Fall Out Boy is coming to Manila this December
Emo kids, here's something to look forward to this December!
American pop-punk band Fall Out Boy will hold their Manila concert on December 9 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum as part of the Asian leg of their world tour.
%uD83D%uDCE3Tour alert! Fall Out Boy is coming to Manila!— Live Nation PH (@livenationph) September 15, 2023
Save the date:
Fall Out Boy
%uD83D%uDCC6December 9, 2023
%uD83D%uDCCDSmart Araneta Coliseum
LNPH presale: September 23, 10AM%u2013 11:59PM
General onsale: September 24, 12PM
For more info, go to https://t.co/W363tvuBcH.#FOBinManila pic.twitter.com/qh3B9Qn36b
Pre-sale tickets will be available on September 23 from 10 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., according to FOB's concert promoter Live Nation Philippines. General sale will begin on September 24 at 12 noon.
Ticket prices range from P1,750 for General Admission to P10,750 for Patron seats.
The Grammy-award-winning band last performed in Manila in August 2013. They also played in Manila in 2007 and 2009.
In December, FOB will also be playing three shows in Australia and one show in Thailand.
With its hardcore punk roots, FOB is known for hits such as "Sugar, We're Goin Down," "Thnks fr th Mmrs," and "Phoenix," among others.
The band recently released its eighth studio album, "So Much (for) Stardust."
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