B.I.G returns to Manila for their 1st ever showcase

B.I.G Asia Tour in Manila this September

With the rise of the Korean craze through drama and K-Pop, many Korean acts have been dropping by the Philippines for fan meets, showcases and even concerts this year. Following their first ever visit in the Philippines last July 7, 2017 for the Super Pop Concert Music Festival, the group B.I.G is one of those groups with a memorable first experience in the country - the good news is fans do not have to wait any longer as the group is set to head back to the Philippines for their first ever showcase.

B.I.G is a 5-member boy group from South Korea, members include J-Hoon, Benji, Gunmin, Minpyo and Heedo. The group popularized songs such as “Hello” which they performed during their first visit in the popular noontime show - It’s Showtime, where the boys have charmed not only the fans and their audience but also the hosts of the show including top Filipino comedian-actor-host, Vice Ganda. 

The boys are returning to meet with their fans in an up close and personal event entitled “B.I.G ASIA TOUR in MANILA”. This fun event will give fans a chance to interact with the members, witness their powerful performance and so much more. The group announced their pre-selling event and even attended and met with the lucky fans who managed to snag the tickets before anyone else - truly a different K-Pop experience. 

B.I.G ASIA TOUR in MANILA is happening on September 2, 2017 at Music Museum. Tickets range from Php 5,000, Php 3,500 and Php 1,500 (prices are exclusive for ticket service charge). You can get your tickets through Ticketworld and SM Ticket outlets and online. 

This event is brought to you by GH Entertainment,Venica C&M and All Access Productions. 

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