American rock band Boyce Avenue are coming to Manila with a one-night show featuring a very special guest.

The “Boyce” took to social media this morning announcing their return after almost two years for a show at the Araneta Coliseum on Friday, June 1.

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The multi-million selling and streaming band will be joined by the Philippines’ very own local sensation Moira Dela Torre, who has been dominating charts with “Titibo-tibo” and “Malaya”.

Tickets, priced at PHP840 / 1,575 / 2,625 / 3,150 / 3,675 and 4,200, go on sale on February 28 via TicketNet. The show is brought to you by Wilbros Live.

The pioneers of YouTube musicians, Boyce Avenue comprise brothers Alejandro, Fabian, and Daniel Manzano. Since their first cover video of Goo Goo Dolls’ “Before It’s Too Late” in 2008, they have become the biggest independent band on the planet according to the Guinness World Record.

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Boyce have released 20 cover EPs as well as three studio albums. Here are some of our favourites from them.

Update (May 1): Boyce Avenue have added two more shows in the Philippines: Cebu and Davao City.

The Cebu show is happening on Saturday, June 2 at Waterfront Hotel Ballroom. Contact 032 6888 to book your tickets. Meanwhile, the band will take Davao City on Sunday, June 3, playing at SMX Convention Centre. Tickets are PHP1,060 / 2,115 / 3,170 and 4,225, now on sale via SM Tickets.

They will be accompanied on both dates by Moira Dela Torre.