10 Much-Awaited International Artists To Visit Manila This 2018

10 Much-Awaited International Artists To Visit Manila This 2018


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Ready your savings because the Philippines will again be visited by a bunch of international artists in the coming months of 2018!

The start of the year 2018 was already crowded by international musical acts and concerts starting from Korean boy group SF9’s “Be My Fantasy” concert, JBJ’s “Come True” 1st Fan meeting in Manila, Foster The People’s “Sacred Hearts Club Tour”, and Japanese rock quartet One Ok Rock’s “Ambitions Asia Tour”. And then was followed by more artists like Paramore, Fifth Harmony, John Legend, Ed Sheeran, The Script, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, and Bruno Mars. But, the visit of international music artists does not stop here. There’s still more!

Here are 10 international artists and groups that will either have their first visit in Manila or come back again for another round of fun and excitement at the coming months of 2018 for a leg of their music event tours.

1. Super Junior World Tour “Super Show 7” in Manila

I bet no matter who you are and where you come from, you once listened to Super Junior’s biggest hit song “Sorry Sorry” that stayed at the top of many charts for consecutive weeks.

Posted by PULP Live World on Friday, May 18, 2018

Fans of these variety kings were in extreme excitement when Happee Sy of Pulp Live World, the major producer of “Super Show 7” and an ELF (Super Junior’s fandom name), announced that Super Junior will include Manila on their Super Show 7 World Tour.

The long wait is finally over! It’s about time to end the YEARS of longing, hoping, and wishing for the comeback of one…

Posted by PULP Live World on Friday, May 18, 2018

The original and acknowledged Kings of Korean pop music first came to meet their PH ELFs as a group 8 years ago for “Super Show 2” which was eventually followed a year after for “Super Show 3” at the Araneta Coliseum and “Super Show 5” on 2013. And now, finally, they will come back again for the fourth time as they bring “Super Show 7” in Manila that will happen on June 30, 2018 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Super Junior debuted on the year 2005 and came in to the spotlight with their biggest hit song “Sorry Sorry”. The “face of Hallyu wave” recently made a comeback with a Latin-pop concept song “Lo Siento” featuring American singer-songwriter Leslie Grace.

May you be a long-time or a newbie Ever Lasting Friend, see you!

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