Mark Your Calendars with These Shows by Live Nation Philippines!

Looking to fill your concert calendar with some of the best international acts? Live Nation Philippines has every music fan covered with these upcoming shows. If you’ve been waiting to see joan, TWICE, Johnny Orlando, Sam Smith, d4vd, Fall Out Boy and/or Coldplay, get ready to take some notes because here are the details!

More information on Lee Junho’s fanmeet on Nov. 11 and SEVENTEEN’s comeback concert on Jan. 13, 2024, will be released soon, so keep an eye out and follow Live Nation Philippines.


joan is set to be reunited with their Filipino fans for their superglue in asia tour. The indie pop duo, comprising Steven Rutherford and Alan Thomas, are no strangers to the local stage as they visited Manila a couple more times after their first Philippine show in 2019. joan’s signature synth-pop sound and honest lyrics (listen to “love somebody like you,” “i loved you first,” and “so good”) have resonated with their ever-growing fanbase. Don’t miss out and catch joan on Sept. 19 at the New Frontier Theater. Ticket prices range from P1,750 to P5,500.


ONCEs, this is what you’ve been waiting for! TWICE first met their Filipino fans in 2019, and after four years, they are coming back for a two-night show as part of their Ready to Be tour. The international K-pop sensation is known for their dynamic performance and unforgettable and catchy songs. Are you ready to be with Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu? TWICE is slated to perform on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at the Philippine Arena.

Sam Smith

Sam Smith is bringing their GLORIA tour to our shores, and this tour is in support of their new album of the same name. The British singer-songwriter describes this album, released in January, as a sort of “coming of age.” “So, it was beautiful, with this album, to sing freely again, for me.” Sam Smith’s comeback on the Manila stage will be an incredible night of music and showmanship, and you don’t want to miss it. See the Grammy Award winner as they return to Manila on Oct. 21 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. Ticket prices range from P2,750 to P16,250.

Johnny Orlando

Johnny Orlando will be in the country as part of the Asian leg of his The Ride tour. The Canadian singer-songwriter, who has amassed over 3 billion career streams, released his debut album “all the things that could go wrong” late last year. Johnny Orlando first visited the country in 2022 for an exclusive fan hangout. This generation’s rising pop superstar is coming back and is set to perform on Nov. 20 at the Filinvest Tent. Tickets on sale now, and all general admission ticketholders can purchase a ticket upgrade for exclusive perks.


d4vd will be having his first show in the country as he brings his Petals to Thorns tour to Asia. The American singer-songwriter is known for hits such as “Romantic Homicide” and “Here with Me” and has also collaborated with Laufey and Holly Humberstone. Catch d4vd’s showstopping performance on Dec. 4 at the New Frontier Theater. Ticket prices range from P1,500 to P4,700.

Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy last visited Manila in 2013, and the American alt-rock group will be back for another adrenaline-filled show with their greatest hits as well as songs from their audacious comeback album “So Much (for) Stardust.” The band, known to experiment with its sound, is one of the artists that helped pop-punk reach a wider audience and brought us the soundtrack of our emo days. Fall Out Boy is set to be reunited with the car crash hearts as they bring their highly anticipated So Much For 2(our) Dust tour to the Araneta Coliseum on Dec. 9. Tickets for Live Nation pre-sale will be available on Sept. 23, and general on-sale will start on Sept. 24. Prices range from P1,750 to P10,750.


If your 2023 concert calendar is already full, allow Coldplay to welcome 2024 with an unforgettable spectacle of a show. The British rock group is known to be one of the best concert performers, and they are set to impress Filipino music fans again with the Manila stop of their Music of the Spheres world tour. The band first held their show in the Philippines in 2017. If you missed them before or if you want to see them again, Coldplay will have a two-night show at the Philippine Arena from Jan. 19-20, 2024.

For more information on any of these shows, visit Live Nation Philippines —

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