After performing at Wanderland 2018 last March, Kodaline is coming back to Manila in 2019 for their first solo Philippine concert.
The Irish band announced the exciting news via their official Twitter account on December 3, Monday.
“MANILA Over the moon to announce that we will be playing a show on February 26th 2019!! Tickets on-sale Wednesday 12th December, see you there! VSMJ xxx,” it wrote.
MANILA 🇵🇭 Over the moon to announce that we will be playing a show on February 26th 2019!! Tickets on-sale Wednesday 12th December, see you there! VSMJ xxx pic.twitter.com/yAicvyxnQC
— Kodaline (@Kodaline) December 3, 2018
They first came to Manila last March for Wanderland 2018, playing alongside Jhené Aiko, FKJ, Daniel Caesar, Lauv, Bag Raiders, Jess Connelly, Quest, IV of Spades, Ben&Ben, Asch, and Wanderband winners Basically Saturday Night and Carousel Casualties.
The band, composed of Steve Garrigan, Mark Prendergast, Vincent May, and Jason Boland, is known for their heart-wrenching songs such as “All I Want,” “Moving On,” “High Hopes,” Head Held High,” and more. They released their new album entitled Politics of Living in September.
Kodaline’s Politics of Living Tour 2019 is on February 26 at the New Frontier Theater (formerly known as Kia Theater). Tickets are at P1,500 (Balcony B), P2,750 (Balcony A), P3,750 (Loge), and P4,880 (VIP Standing). Ready your moolah because the tickets will go on sale starting December 12. For more details, visit MMI Live on Facebook and Twitter.
Listen to Kodaline’s new album here:
Header image from Kodaline | Facebook
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