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LIST: Manila Concerts This 2022 and 2023 That Parents Are Excited to Attend

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(UPDATED) As live events resume, check out these concerts by international artists happening in Manila in the next few months!

After two years of halted live events due to the pandemic, the concert scene is slowly resuming. These past few weeks, international artists have been announcing Manila as a stopover for their respective concerts and tours. From Westlife to Justin Bieber, keep checking back as we will constantly update this running list of tour dates for concerts in Manila. Parents and kids will surely be lining up for tickets to these upcoming events!

Manila Concerts Happening in 2022 and 2023

Justin Bieber

The Canadian singer announced that he’ll be coming to Manila on October 29 as part of his Justice World Tour. The concert will be held at the CCP Open Grounds.

Westlife

Shane, Kian, Nicky, and Mark are returning to the country on February 20, 2023, at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The concert is part of the Irish group’s Wild Dreams Tour. It’s definitely going to be nostalgic for parents who grew to their music.

On June 9, it announced that the group added another date for the Philippine tour. The Irish group will now play on February 20 and 21.

Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne is coming to the Philippines on November 3 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The concert was scheduled early this year but was moved due to her personal schedule and the Asian tour dates.

Alanis Morrissette

After much waiting, Alanis Morissette’s Manila concert is pushing through on November 18 and 19 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. The concert is part of the anniversary of her album Jagged Little Pill. People of the 90s will definitely get a kick out of her show.

(UPDATE) Alanis announced that she had to cancel the concert due to logistical issues.

Red Velvet

K-Pop group Red Velvet is coming to the Philippines in July. The group will be performing at the BE YOU The World Will Adjust event on July 22 in Mall of Asia Arena with P-Pop groups BGYO, BINI, and Lady Pipay.

All Time Low

American group All Time Low will be holding their Manila concert on August 15 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Louis Tomlinson

One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson is heading to the country this July 16 as part of his World Tour. Originally scheduled at the New Frontier, it will now be held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

The Script

Irish group The Script announced they will be holding a one-night concert in the country this September 23 at the Mall of Asia Arena as announced by Wilbros Live.

LANY

Pop group LANY will be coming to Manila in November and will perform at the Mall of Asia Arena from November 11 to 13.

Calum Scott

British singer Calum Scott is bringing his Bridges World Tour in Asia with Manila as a stop on October 20 at the New Frontier Theater.

Boys Like Girls

American group Boys likes Girls announced they’ll be performing in Manila on October 10 and 11 at the New Frontier Theater and on October 12 at SM Seaside in Cebu.

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish is coming to the Philippines in August for the first time. The concert will be held at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on August 13 according to Live Nation.

Maroon 5

Maroon 5 is returning to the Philippines. The band will hold their concert at the Mall of Asia Arena on December 8 as part of their Asian tour.

Black Pink

Hello there Mama and Tita Blinks! Black Pink announced they’ll be doing a world tour starting in October 2022 in the US. The Philippines is part of their 2023 stopover happening on March 25. You all have enough time to save up for it Blinks!

NCT 127

Korean group NCT 127 is coming to the Philippines as part of their Neo City: The Link Tour on September 4 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

SB19

After earning many hearts during their Binibining Pilipinas, Ppop sensation SB19 returns to the Smart Araneta Coliseum on September 17 as they kick off the Where You At Tour.

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