U2 makes their Manila debut this December!

Irish rock band from Dublin, U2 to make their Manila debut in December.

Having released over 14 studio albums and are one of the world’s best-selling music artists and won 22 Grammy Awards, it is a surprising that U2 have never stepped their foot in Manila before. Filipinos will no longer have to wait much longer, as MMI Live will be bringing U2 to Manila to celebrate the release of “The Joshua Tree” album in 1987.
Bono posted a hand written message to Manila on Instagram, announcing their forthcoming Joshua Tree Tour to play in Philippines for the very first time. Bono, Edge, Adam and Larry will bring a hard & soft…. Loud & vivid, black & white & colour to Philippine Arena on Wednesday 11 December 2019.

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Originally rooted in post-punk, U2 musical style has progressed throughout their whole career, yet Bono’s expressive vocals maintained to be of an anthemic quality.
U2 first signed with Island Records and they released their debut album Boy in 1980, followed by their first UK number one album War in 1983. Their reputation was established with the singles like “Sunday Bloody Sunday” and “Pride”. Eventually after the Live Aid performance in 1985, they became globally known for their live acts. Their fifth album, namely The Joshua Tree was their most successful album and has put them at the top of their career, with their number-one singles like “With or Without you” and “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”.
Fans can start purchasing their ticket September 5. Tickets are available via www.smtickets.com.
Ticket prices are the following:
  • UBB Sides (free seating): P2,499
  • UBB Regular (free seating): P4,499
  • UBB Premium B (free seating),:P7,499
  • UBB Premium A: P8,499
  • UBA Regular: P14,499
  • UBA Premium: P15,999
  • LBB Regular: P16,999
  • LBB Premium: P17,999
  • LBA Regular: P19,499
  • LBA Premium: P20,499
  • Red Zone: P17,950
  • VIP Floor: P5,250
See below for seating zones.

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