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Enchanting encounter: Thai BL duo ForceBook to hold fan meeting in Manila!

Get ready for a magical evening as the well-loved on-screen pair, affectionately dubbed as the “old married couple” to their beloved fans, lights up Manila on October 1st at SM Skydome for their very first fan meeting in the Philippines. The dynamic duo of the charming Jiratchapong “Force” Srisang and the charismatic Kasidet “Book” Plookphol, has not only captured hearts but has also woven an enchanting on-screen chemistry that mirrors the intimacy of a seasoned couple.

The duo’s journey kicked off with their collaboration in the hit series “Enchante,” which marked their debut as lead actors in the BL genre. A GMMTV-produced series, “Enchante” unfolds a Thai BL narrative, centered around two childhood friends reuniting after years of separation. Theo (portrayed by Book), who returned from France following his grandmother’s passing, reignites a profound connection with his neighbor Akk (played by Force). A twist in the plot comes in the form of a flirtatious message from an enigmatic admirer, leading to an investigation into the sender’s identity. The series crafts a modern-day fairy tale of love, with the actors effortlessly embodying a genuine bond that emanates their innate chemistry. “Enchante” employs a kaleidoscope of vibrant visuals and poignant symbolic imagery to further enrich the ethereal aura of a fairy tale fantasy.

Force and Book’s tandem continued in the enthralling GMMTV series “A Boss and a Babe.” This Thai BL masterpiece delves into the complex dynamics between a CEO (Force) and his intern (Book), entangled in a tricky office romance. Cher, a spirited newcomer in a video game company, forges an unlikely connection with his initially imposing superior Gun, helping him embrace vulnerability among colleagues. As their mutual attraction deepens, the couple faces the scrutiny of a judgmental environment, navigating the intricate web of professional boundaries within a workplace romance. This playfully-spirited BL drama seamlessly weaves humor into its narrative fabric. Witty jests, silly antics, and uproarious banter converge to create a lively atmosphere. “A Boss and a Babe” gives off an infectious blend of joy, mischief, and unbridled enthusiasm that resonates profoundly with its audience.

The couple’s excellent on-screen chemistry shows no sign of stopping in their ongoing series titled “Only Friends.” This series delves into the lives of a group of business-major students who collaboratively manage a bustling hostel, blurring the lines that once separated friendship from romance. As the narrative unfolds, viewers can anticipate an even stronger dose of their undeniable chemistry and heartwarming moments. With each passing episode, the audience is promised a deeper exploration of the intricate tapestry woven between the couple, navigating the intricate path where friendship intertwines with romance.

Be ready to secure your spot at the ForceBook Fan Meeting in Manila, as ticket sales kick off on September 6, 2023, at 12 noon on Wish Us Luck’s official ticketing website. A variety of fan benefits are available across different ticket tiers. Tickets are priced at PHP 14,500 for FB PASS, PHP 11,500 for 97 FOX ZONE, PHP 9,500 for 96 MOCHI ZONE, and PHP 4,500 for GEN ZONE. This sensational fan meeting is proudly presented by Wish Us Luck. Stay tuned to Wish Us Luck’s official social media channels for the latest updates.

Dreamcatcher Excited to Meet Filipino InSomnias Under the Moonlight

K-pop girl group Dreamcatcher first visited Manila in 2019, and the members are excited to reunite with their Filipino InSomnias.

A day before their Dreamcatcher: Under the Moonlight in Manila show, JiU, SuA, Siyeon, Handong, Gahyeon, Dami and Yoohyeon met the media for a press conference.

“It’s really been a long time since we visited the Philippines, and I’m sure InSomnias have been waiting for us for a long time. I hope this particular concert satiates their needs,” SuA said through an interpreter.

The group also talked about their music style since Dreamcatcher’s sound is known to have elements of rock and metal. Siyeon said each member has a different preference when it comes to music, but she is a big fan of metal rock bands.

Yoohyeon shared her thoughts about also gaining popularity worldwide. “When [we] visit other countries and hear the fans cheer for us, that’s when I realized how many fans we have in the global stage.”

What’s Dreamcatcher’s secret for staying this long in the music industry? In a heartbeat, Yoohyeon said, “Teamwork.” Siyeon added that the love for the music that they’re making is something that’s important to them.

Another important thing for the group is communicating and talking with each other. “We try to share photos with each other and have a conversation about even small topics,” Dami said.

The members learned a few Filipino expressions for their fans. They practiced saying “Mahal ko kayo,” “Salamat po,” and “Akin ka.”

Filipino InSomnias, get ready for an unforgettable and dreamy night with Dreamcatcher!

Catch their Dreamcatcher: Under the Moonlight in Manila show on Aug. 28 at the New Frontier Theater.

Special thanks to Random Minds. DREAMCATCHER: UNDER THE MOONLIGHT IN MANILA is the first show under Random Hits Live 2023 series, a series of shows that will showcase your favorite local and international artists singing unique setlists.

Words by Ava Sumortin
Photos by Seth Valenzuela
See more photos here

WATCH: Leigh-Anne’s debut single, ‘Don’t Say Love’ MV under Warner Records

Leigh-Anne releases debut single ‘Don’t Say Love’ with an accompanying music video via Warner Records out now.

As the first glimpse into Leigh-Anne’s rebirth as a solo artist, ‘Don’t Say Love’ sees the singer show us a side to herself she is finally ready to share. Produced by Jon Bellion and Pete Nappi, co-written by Aldae, the track combines her smooth vocals with a high-energy, garage-infused beat, touching upon black music references.

Speaking on the track Leigh-Anne explains ““Don’t Say Love” is about no longer seeking external validation and regaining my confidence and sense of self in a world where I often felt misunderstood and unheard. This video is a visual representation of me finding my voice. I’m excited to continue to do so with my first love, music”

Directed by Emil Nava, the music video follows Leigh-Anne’s captivating journey. Navigating the vibrant streets, we are drawn into her internal struggle where she flickers between reality and fantasy, exploring the complexities of love. As each scene unfolds Leigh-Anne’s quest to find herself becomes more prominent. The music video starts with Leigh-Anne unmasking a braided hair sculpture with a love heart mouthpiece and culminates in a powerful moment, representing the end of an old chapter and the dawn of a new era, marking Leigh-Anne’s rebirth as a solo artist.

Growing up Leigh-Anne had popstar tunnel vision. In 2011, Little Mix were formed. The rest of that journey is, of course, history. 11 years later, Little Mix are one of the best-selling girl groups of all time as well as one of the UK’s biggest-selling acts, with over 75 million records sold worldwide, 6 UK Platinum albums and over 15 billion streams.

Maisie Peters new album “The Good Witch” Out Now

Ahead of her debut performance on Glastonbury’s iconic Pyramid Stage, Maisie Peters has released her hotly anticipated new album, ‘The Good Witch’.

Featuring singles ‘Body Better’, ‘Lost The Breakup’ and ‘Run’, Maisie’s second studio album, ‘The Good Witch’, is the official follow-up to her No. 2 BRIT Breakthrough certified debut, ‘You Signed Up For This’, and in many ways the older, wiser and scorned counterpart. Written in real time during her whirlwind 2022 touring schedule, ‘The Good Witch’ served as a time capsule for Maisie, enabling her to chronicle a period of time in which she was searching for balance between career highs and personal lows. Where ‘You Signed Up For This’ was an observational, coming-of-age record, ‘The Good Witch’ finds Maisie at her most introspective and self-reflective, drawing inspiration from the works of Joan Didion, J. M. Barrie, Greek mythology and Western movies; the record explores the complexities of romantic breakups, the preciousness of friendship and true value of self-worth.

Exhibiting a newfound confidence, sharper storytelling and greater artistic ambition, Maisie created ‘The Good Witch’ across London, Suffolk, Stockholm, Bergen and LA, alongside Oscar Görres (Taylor Swift, Troye Sivan), Two Inch Punch (Sam Smith, Jessie Ware), Matias Tellez (girl in red), Brad Ellis (Jorja Smith, Little Mix), Joe Rubel (Ed Sheeran, Tom Grennan) and Elvira Anderfjärd (Tove Lo, Katy Perry).

Maisie explains: “This is my heart and soul, my blood on the page, the collection of stories that I’ve managed to capture in the past year. A true chronicle of my life in recent history, it is my own twisted version of a breakup album and it all draws upon the same couple of months’ worth of experiences and inspirations. It ducks and weaves between the real and surreal, and centres my own universe, of which I am of course the keeper of the keys and the holder of the cards – the good witch, if you will. It goes from light to dark in the flip of a switch and I hope takes you on a journey whereby the end you feel like you’ve gotten lost in someone else’s planet for a bit.”

Maisie’s landmark year will conclude with a six-date run of nationwide gigs preceding her sold-out headline OVO Arena Wembley show on Friday 3rd November. Beginning on Tuesday 17th October at Glasgow’s O2 Academy, the ‘Road To Wembley’ shows will also visit Leeds, Manchester, Dublin, Birmingham and Bristol (see full itinerary below). Visit for tickets and further details.

1.The Good Witch
2.Coming Of Age
4.Body Better
5.Want You Back
6.The Band And I
7.You’re Just A Boy (And I’m Kinda The Man)
8.Lost The Breakup
11.Two Weeks Ago
14.There It Goes
15.History Of Man

30 Jun Lollapalooza Stockholm, Sweden
06 Jul Montreux Jazz Lab Montreux, Switzerland
08 Jul TRNSMT Festival Glasgow, UK
21 Jul Lollapalooza Paris, France
22 Jul Truck Festival,Hill Farm Oxfordshire, UK
28 Jul Y Not Festival,Green View Farm Derbyshire, UK
06 Aug Lollapalooza Chicago
07 Aug First Avenue Minneapolis, MN
09 Aug The Bluestone Columbus, OH
11 Aug Radio City Music Hall New York, NY
13 Aug Saint Andrew’s Hall Detroit, MI
14 Aug History Toronto, ON
15 Aug MTELUS Montréal, QC
19 Aug Maishima Sonic Park Osaka, Japan
20 Aug Zozo Marine Stadium & Makuhari Messe Tokyo, Japan
24 Aug Roseland Theater Portland, OR
26 Aug Lumen Field Seattle, WA, US*
28 Aug Showbox Seattle, WA
30 Aug Union Hall Edmonton, AB
31 Aug Palace Theatre Calgary, AB
02 Sep BC Place Stadium Vancouver, BC, Canada*
03 Sep Vogue Theatre Vancouver, BC
05 Sep The Grand at The Complex Salt Lake City, UT
07 Sep Ogden Theater Englewood, CO
09 Sep Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas, NV, US*
10 Sep House of Blues – San Diego San Diego, CA
12 Sep House of Blues – Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV
16 Sep Levi’s® Stadium Santa Clara, CA, US*
18 Sep The Observatory OC Santa Ana, CA
20 Sep Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA
21 Sep Fox Theater Oakland, CA
23 Sep SoFi Stadium Inglewood, CA, US*
28 Sep The Van Buren Phoenix, AZ
30 Sep Hollywood Palladium Hollywood, CA
03 Oct HOB Dallas Dallas, TX
04 Oct Emo’s Austin, TX
05 Oct House of Blues – Houston Houston, TX
07 Oct Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA
09 Oct 9:30 Club Washington, DC
10 Oct Fillmore Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
11 Oct Roadrunner Boston, MA
17 Oct O2 Academy Glasgow, UK
19 Oct O2 Academy Leeds, UK
21 Oct Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester, UK
25 Oct 3Olympia Dublin, Ireland
26 Oct 3Olympia Dublin, Ireland
29 Oct O2 Academy 1 Birmingham, UK
1 Nov O2 Academy Bristol, UK
3 Nov OVO Arena Wembley London, UK

22 Feb Columbiahalle Berlin, Germany
23 Feb Tonhalle Munich, Germany
24 Feb Zoom Frankfurt, Germany
26 Feb Paradiso Amsterdam, Netherlands
27 Feb Tivolivredenburgh Utecht, Netherlands
28 Feb Palladium Cologne, Germany
19 Mar The Fortitude Music Hall Brisbane, QLD
21 Mar Hordern pavilion Sydney, NSW
23 Mar Margaret Court Arena Melbourne, VIC

*Ed Sheeran tour support

Foo Fighters’ new album, But Here We Are receives glowing reviews from music critics

Foo Fighters have finally dropped their eagerly awaited, hard-fought and already universally acclaimed new album, But Here We Are via Roswell Records/RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment.

A testament to the healing powers of music, friendship and family, But Here We Are has been preceded by an ecstatically received quartet of its songs.

These four songs have demonstrated dimensions of sound and emotion that hint at the range and depth of this phenomenal landmark in the Foo Fighters canon: First single “Rescued” with its “fresh sense of pathos and urgency” (The New York Times); “Under You,” a “gruff, melodic rocker with bittersweet hooks” (Stereogum); “Show Me How,” with its “totally unexpected foray into shoegaze and dream-pop territory;” and the 10-minute “The Teacher”—all blazed radically diverse yet equally cathartic sonic paths. Now with today’s revelation of the sublimely melodic “The Glass” (check out the visualizer HERE), and five more FF instant classics, But Here We Are is finally out in the world.

Produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters, But Here We Are has received the warmest of welcomes—from the capacity crowds already signing along to every word of “Rescued” and “Under You” during the band’s triumphant return to the stage, to uniformly enthusiastic early critical reactions to the album.

Foo Fighters’ new album, But Here We Are is out now on all digital music platforms worldwide via Roswell Records/RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment.

Emails I Can’t Send Tour: Sabrina Carpenter Live in Manila

American pop singer-songwriter and actress Sabrina Carpenter is coming back to Manila as she brings her Emails I Can’t Send Tour at New Frontier Theater this July 2023. Sabrina first came here in the Philippines for a promo tour in 2018. She was supposed to do a solo show in 2019 but it was cancelled. Sabrina made her acting debut during in an appearance on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and had a recurring role on Fox’s short-lived series, The Goodwin Games, which lasted three months. She starred in the Disney Channel comedy series Girl Meets World (2014–2017); in 2016, she appeared in a television movie, Adventures in Babysitting, for the network. Sabrina Carpenter started her musical career in 2014 by releasing his first single “Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying” on Radio Disney. She released her debut album Eyes Wide Open in 2015 followed by Evolution in 2016, Singular Act. I & Act. II in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Sabrina Carpenter recently released her 5th studio album, Emails I Can’t Send under Island Records in July 2022 with album’s lead single “Skinny Dipping”, “Fast Times”, “Vicious”, and “Because I Liked a Boy”.

Live Nation Philippines presents
Emails I Can’t Send Tour
Live in Manila
July 25, 2023 – 8pm
New Frontier Theater

Floor A – Php8,275
Floor B – Php7,275
Loge – Php6,275
Balcony A – Php3,275
Balcony B – Php1,775

-Fanclub presale: April 24, 10AM – 11:59PM
-LNPH presale: April 25, 10AM – 11:59PM
-General sale: April 26, 12PM
Tickets available at TICKETNET outlets nationwide and online at


WALLICE announces “Mr Big Shot” EP to be released on June 23, shares new single “Best Friend”

Hot off the heels of a US Jawny tour and with more dates on the horizon with The 1975, Wallice is back with big news. Her new Mr Big Shot EP will be released via Dirty Hit on Friday, June 23rd. The EP is yet another triumph in songwriting, with Wallice giving a masterclass in Gen Z’s hopes, dreams and failures. Today we are getting our first look at new music with Wallice gifting us the new song “Best Friend.” The song is a nostalgic, gritty, angsty look at friendship, romantic and/or platonic as Wallive explains “A recurrent theme in my music has been friendship. I think this song can easily relate to both friendship and the friendship within a romantic relationship. I’ve had a couple falling outs with various friends throughout my life, I think it’s just part of life and growing up. Even though that friendship might not serve you anymore it’s still so easy to reminisce on it and miss it.”

This marks Wallice’s first new single following “Japan” and her EP, 90s American Superstar, last year. The indie pop wunderkind has swiftly become an artist to watch, with her tongue-in-cheek, self-effacing anthems that capture the anxiety of growing up. Wallice is also hitting the road for a string of headline shows this summer which kicks off in Toronto on June 19th, with stops in Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, and more.

EP Tracklisting

Best Friend

Loser at Best


Prepaid Wireless

Why Do You Love Me?


Wallice Live Dates

4/04 – Bangkok, TH – IMPACT Arena*

4/08 – Perth, AUS – Red Hill Auditorium*

4/10 – Adelaide, AUS – Adelaide Entertainment Centre*

4/11 – Melbourne, AUS – Rod Laver Arena*

4/12 – Melbourne, AUS – Rod Laver Arena*

4/14 – Sydney, AUS – ICC Sydney*

4/15 – Brisbane, AUS – Riverstage*

4/16 – Sydney, AUS – Qudos Bank Arena*

4/19 – Wellington, NZ – TSB Arena*

4/21 – Auckland, NZ – Spark Arena*

5/03 – Manila, PH – Mall of Asia Arena*

5/04 – Manila, PH – Mall of Asia Arena*

5/13 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court Block Party

5/31 – Glasgow, UK – The Poetry Club

6/01 – Manchester, UK – YES (The Basement)

6/02 – London, UK – Moth Club

6/19 – Toronto, ON – The Drake Underground

6/21 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall

6/22 – Nashville, TN – The End

6/23 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

6/25 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair

6/27 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

6/28 – Philadelphia, PA – World Café Live

6/29 – Washington, DC – Songbyrd

7/07 – Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room

7/08 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey

7/09 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar

7/11 – Austin, TX – Antone’s

7/12 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada

7/14 – Denver, CO – Globe Hall

7/15 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court

7/17 – Portland, OR – Polaris Hall

7/18 – Seattle, WA – Barboza

7/20 – San Francisco, CA – The Chapel

*denote dates supporting The 1975

After picking up her first instrument at age 6, Wallice started writing songs in middle school and later played in her high school band, inspired by the lyricism of Thom Yorke, Lana Del Rey and the punky irreverence of Weezer and No Doubt. She also modeled and acted (once appearing in an episode of Frasier) throughout adolescence, with her former actress mother supporting all creative pursuits. A proud college dropout, she attended the New School in New York City for Jazz Vocal performance for a year before moving back to California and connecting with childhood friend Marinelli, who helped her hone the wistful indie pop style that led to her rise.

A breakout 2021 culminated in the release of her debut EP Off the Rails, her signing to Dirty Hit, her first sold-out headline shows, and support tours. Her second EP 90s American Superstar pushed Wallice even further, chronicling the rise and fall of a fictional version of herself. She wrapped up 2022 on a very high note with a gorgeous autobiographical song and video titled “Japan” and a sold-out US headline run. Now about to tour Asia and Australia as direct support for The 1975, Wallice is rolling out her third EP while on the road. She’ll then roll into a headline US tour this summer before heading to the UK for Reading and Leeds. She has found champions in the likes of Vogue, New York Times, The FADER, BBC Radio 1, Pigeons & Planes, Steve Lamacq, Zane Lowe, and NME, where she was named as part of the ‘NME 100’ for 2022.


The 1975 announce new single ‘Oh Caroline’, taken from their critically acclaimed No. 1 album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’.

The band delivered a stunning performance of ‘Oh Caroline’ on NBC’s Saturday Night Live earlier this month, where they featured as the musical guest alongside host Jenna Ortega and also showcased previous single ‘I’m In Love With You’.

Last month saw the band crowned ‘Best Rock/Alternative Act’ at the 2023 BRIT Awards before announcing their biggest ever headline show at London’s Finsbury Park. Taking place on Sunday 2nd July, the band will be topping an incredible bill featuring Cigarettes After Sex, Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers, The Japanese House, and American Football, with the tickets selling out within two minutes of going on sale.

The band are currently touring their new ‘At Their Very Best’ show, taking in arenas across USA, Canada, UK & Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia over the next twelve months, with over 500k tickets sold to date.

Between the impressive staging, high concept performance art, surprise appearances from friends like Phoebe Bridgers, Jack Antonoff and Taylor Swift, and the excess of viral moments, the tour has been lauded as a band truly in their prime. You can find more information HERE.

Formed in Manchester in 2002, The 1975 have established themselves as one of the defining bands of their generation with their distinctive aesthetic, ardent fanbase and unique sonic approach.

Released last October, the band’s fifth studio album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ was met with lavish praise, with The FACE labeling it “an album of massive tunes, pristine production and sincere romanticism” and Rolling Stone US vowing the album sees the band “reassert themselves at the forefront of 2020s pop-rock”. It outsold the rest of the Top 5 combined to land the band their fifth Official UK Number 1 album in a row.

The 1975 ‘At Their Very Best’ Tour Dates:


18: Buenos Aires, Argentina – Lollapalooza

19: Santiago, Chile – Lollapalooza

21: Asuncionico, Paraguay – Lollapalooza

23: Bogota, Columbia – Festival Estereo Picnic

25: Sao Paulo, Brazil – Lollapalooza

29: Guadalajara, Mexico – Arena VFG SOLD OUT

30: Mexico City, Mexico – MX Sports Palace


1: Monterrey, Mexico – Pal Norte Festival

4: Bangkok, Thailand – Impact Arena SOLD OUT

8: Perth, Australia – Red Hill Amphitheater SOLD OUT

10: Adelaide, Australia – Adelaide Ent Centre SOLD OUT

11: Melbourne Australia – Rod Laver Arena

12: Melbourne Australia – Rod Laver Arena

14: Sydney, Australia – ICC SOLD OUT

15: Brisbane, Australia – Riverstage SOLD OUT

16: Sydney, Australia – Qudos Bank Arena

19: Wellington, New Zealand – TSB Arena

21: Auckland, New Zealand – Spark Arena

24: Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo Garden Theater

26: Yokohama, Japan – PIA Arena MM SOLD OUT

27: Yokohama, Japan – PIA Arena MM SOLD OUT

29: Nagoya, Japan – Aichi Sky Expo SOLD OUT

30: Osaka, Japan – Osaka Jo Hall SOLD OUT


3: Manila, Philippines – Mall of Asia SOLD OUT

4: Manila, Philippines – Mall of Asia SOLD OUT

28: Dundee, UK – Radio 1 Big Weekend


2: Arhus, Denmark – Northside Festival

3: Warsaw, Poland – Orange Festival

5: Vienna, Austria – Stadhalle

7: Dublin, Eire – St Anne’s Park

9: Hilvarenbeek, Holland – Best Kept Secret

10: Prague, Czech Republic – Rock for People

11: Manchester, UK – Park Life Festival

13: Cork, Ireland – Festival

15: Oslo, Norway – Piknik Parken

16: Neuhausen, Germany – Southside Festival

18: Scheessel, Germany – Hurricane Festival

26: Bucharest, Romania – Roma Arena

28: Kragujevac, Serbia – Arsenal Festival

29: Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter


1: Stockholm, Sweden – Lollapalooza

2: London, UK – Finsbury Park SOLD OUT

6: Madrid, Spain – Mad Cool Festival

9: Glasgow, UK – TRSNMT Festival

12: Paris, France – Olympia SOLD OUT

14: Lisbon, Portugal – Super Bock Super Rock

18: Singapore – MBS Convention

21: Kuala Lumpur , Maylasia – Good Vibes Festival

23: Jakarta, Indonesia – We The Festival


13: San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands

SIMPLE PLAN brings The Harder Than It Looks Tour in the Philippines this 2023

Multi-platinum rock band SIMPLE PLAN is bringing their ‘The Harder Than It Looks Tour’ in Southeast Asia 2023 to Manila and Davao. The Canadian band will be performing in Manila on March 11, 2023 Friday at the New Frontier Theater and in Davao on March 13, 2023 Sunday at the SMX Convention Center Davao.

Simple Plan boasts worldwide sales topping 10 million, with chart-topping hits in the Philippines like “Perfect”, “I’m Just A Kid”, “Welcome To My Life”, “Jet Lag”, “Addicted”, “I’d Do Anything”, “Shut Up!” and “Untitled (How Could This Happen To Me?)”. Accolades include a 2005 Teen Choice Award, 2006 JUNO Fan Choice Award, 2012 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, 2012 Yahoo! Canadian Impact Award, 2012 NRJ award and the 2013 Allan Slaight Humanitarian Spirit Award.

The Montreal-based band have remained an international sensation for over 20 years with worldwide sales topping 10 million and over 1 billion streams across all streaming platforms! The #ImJustAKid trend on Tik Tok has over 4.3 billion views and the #ImJustAKidChallenge hashtag has over 590.9 million views and counting. Plus, they’ve received numerous awards and accolades the world over, and to date they have performed for insatiable audiences in over 60 countries.

Tickets to Simple Plan’s ‘The Harder Than It Looks Tour’ in Manila will go on-sale on January 15 via and TicketNet outlets nationwide. For Davao, it will also go on-sale on the same day via and SM Tickets outlets nationwide. #SimplePlanTour2023

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My Songs Tour: Sting Live in Manila 2023

The Cherrytree Music Company, Live Nation, and Solaire Resort Entertainment City have confirmed that Sting will perform a special My Songs concert in Manila at the Theatre at Solaire as part of Solaire’s 10th anniversary. Tickets go on sale on 9th December 2022, Friday, at

Sting’s My Songs concert is an exuberant and dynamic show featuring his most beloved songs, written throughout the 17-time Grammy-Award winner’s illustrious career both with The Police and as a solo artist. Following a sold out six-night residency at the London Palladium, My Songs was hailed “a masterclass” by The Times; “Sting remains an undeniably skilled performer with a gold-plated back catalogue”. A musical journey taking in hits like ‘Fields of Gold’, ‘Shape of my Heart’, ‘Roxanne’ and ‘Demolition Man’, the concert was described as “a rare treat” by The Telegraph and saw Sting praised as “near peerless” by The Guardian with “sublime pop alchemy”. Fans can also expect to hear ‘Englishman In New York,’ ‘Every Breath You Take,’ ‘Roxanne,’ ‘Message In A Bottle’ and many more.

On tour, Sting will be accompanied by an electric, rock ensemble. Special Guest Joe Sumner appears at these newly announced dates.

Live Nation Philippines presents
My Songs
Live in Manila
March 17 & 18, 2023
The Theatre at Solaire

SSVIP – Php20,000
SVIP – Php15,000
VIP – Php12,500
Gold – Php10,000
Lower Balcony – Php7,000
Upper Balcony – Php5,000

Tickets are available at Ticketworld outlets and online at