LIST: Philippine concerts in 2024

Kristofer Purnell - Philstar.com
LIST: Philippine concerts in 2024
Clockwise: Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, ITZY, and the Jonas Brothers
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MANILA, Philippines — (UPDATED: May 25, 2024, 5:23 p.m.) It's a whole new year and the concert scene in the Philippines is back in full force.

After an array of artists that performed last year which included the likes of Harry Styles, BLACKPINK, Bruno Mars, Carly Rae Jepsen, and The 1975, 2024 promises an even more exciting setlist.

Check out the upcoming international music acts performing in the Philippines this 2024:

Yesung (New Frontier Theater) - Jan. 6

The "Follow The Movement: AOMG World Tour" brings to the Philippines K-pop hip-hop artists Simon Dominic, Loco, Gray, Leehi, Yugyeom and Woo for a special night at the New Frontier Theater.

Seventeen (Philippine Sports Stadium) - Jan. 13 and 14
The Korean boy band Seventeen are coming to back to the country, this time for two nights at the Philippine Sports Stadium.

Members Jeonghan and S. COUPS will be absent as they will "focus on rehabilitation treatment and recovery" from injuries.

Mark Tuan (SM North Edsa Skydome) - Jan. 14
Rapper and GOT7 member Mark Tuan hits the SM North Edsa Skydome for the Asia leg of his "The Other Side" tour!

Coldplay (Philippine Arena) - Jan. 19 and 20
British rock band Coldplay continue their environmentally conscious world tour in the Philippines in just their second-ever visit, this time performing at the Philippine Arena for two nights!

OPM singer Jikamarie will be the opening act for both nights.

Melanie Martinez (World Trade Center) - Jan. 20
Singer-songwriter Melanie Martinez will perform at the World Trade Center to promote her album "Portals," from which the tour takes its name.

Related: Melanie Martinez includes Manila in first Asia tour

NCT 127 (Philippines Sports Stadium) - Jan. 21
K-pop group NCT 127 returns to the country bringing its third tour "The Unity" to Bulacan's Philippines Sports Stadium.

The Rose (Araneta Coliseum) - Jan. 26
South Korean indie-rock band The Rose are returning to the Philippines after about exactly a year, this time taking their talents to the Araneta Coliseum.

The Jets (Newport Performing Arts Theater) - Jan. 26 and 27
The American '80s family pop band who produced hits like"Crush on You," "You Got It All," and many others are returning to the Philippines for a two-night concert! Catch them at the Newport Performing Arts Theater.

Brent Faiyaz (New Frontier Theater) - Jan. 28
R&B singer-songwriter Brent Faiyaz lands in the country to perform at the New Frontier Theater.

Related: LIST: Concerts, events for January 2024

ENHYPEN (New Clark City Stadium) - Feb. 3
K-pop group ENHYPEN are coming to the back to the Philippines, following up its sold-out three-night concerts at the Mall of Asia Arena last year with a one-night-only show at the New Clark City Stadium for their ongoing "FATE" world tour.

Jonas Brothers (Mall of Asia Arena) - Feb. 22
Pop-rock band the Jonas Brothers will be kicking off the 2024 leg of its ongoing world tour in the Philippines, the brothers' first time in the country in over a decade, as they continue perforiming the band's five albums and greatest hits over the years.

Related: Jonas Brothers returning to Manila in February 2024

Bobapalooza Music & Arts Festival (Filinvest Event Grounds) - Feb. 24 and 25
The two-day festival is headlined by Pale Waves, Bad Suns, The Band Camino and Atarashii Gakko!, as well as several local artists.

Eric Moo (Newport Performing Arts Theater) - March 1
Malaysian-Chinese singer-songwriter Erik Moo graces the Philippines with his musical skills at the Newport Performing Arts Theater.

Jeff Satur (New Frontier Theater) - March 2
Thai singer-actor Jeff Satur is taking his "Space Shuttle No. 8" Asia Tour to Manila, complementing the launch of his first album with many more to come from the multi-hyphenate.

Related: Thai singer Jeff Satur holding Manila concert in March 2024

Citizen (Eastside Events Place) - March 6
American hardcore punk band Citizen are performing in the Philippines for the first time when they hit Marikina's Eastside Events Place with Filipino acts Goo and Repetition.

Ed Sheeran (SMDC Concert Grounds) - March 9
The British singer-songwriter is visiting Manila for the first time in six years, his third overall, as he brings his sprawling "+ - = ÷ x" or "Mathematics" tour around Asia

Tagging along is fellow British artist and "Britain's Got Talent" alumnus Calum Scott as a special guest across the Asia tour, and recently announced to join them are local folk-pop band Ben&Ben.

Related: Ed Sheeran returning to Manila for '+ - = ÷ x' tour

Wanderland (Filinvest Event Grounds) - March 9 and 10
The Wanderland Music and Arts Festival is back, headlined by the likes of Jack Johnson, Jeff Bernat, Parcels, Novo Amor, Beenzino, and Clouddriver.

Local artists include Paolo Sandejas, Ena Mori, dwta, Bird, Party Pace, and Sydney-based Filipino-Australian singer Grentperez.

The Platters (Newport Performing Arts Theater) - March 9 and 10
Popular American vocal group The Platters, famous for hits like "Only You" and "The Great Pretender" will be at the Newport Performing Arts Theater to show off their musical talents for two nights!

wave to earth (New Frontier Theater) - March 11 and 13
The Korean indie band is returning to Manila, this time for its own headliner concert, with two shows at the New Frontier Theater.

Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators (SM North Edsa SkyDome) - March 12
The legendary guitarist of Guns N' Roses is coming to the Philippines for his "The River Is Rising" world tour, and tagging along are Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators.

Janet Jackson (Araneta Coliseum) - March 13
Pop star Janet Jackson is returning to the Philippines after over a decade for a one-night concert at the Araneta Coliseum.

Related: Janet Jackson returning to Manila for 'Together Again' concert

Pulp Summer Slam (Amoranto Stadium) - March 23
One of Southeast Asia's longest running metal festivals is being staged in the Philippines once more since the pandemic, with a line-up that includes Fleshgod Apocalypse, Rolling Quartz, La Dispure, among others.

iKON (Araneta Coliseum) - April 7
The Korean boy band iKON returns to the Philippines with its "Limited Tour" by staging a "Get Back" concert at the Araneta Coliseum.

James Taylor (Mall of Asia Arena) - April 8
James Taylor is performing in the Philippines after previously canceling his 2017 concert. He'll joined by his All-Star Band at the Mall of Asia Arena.

UMI (Samsung Hall) - April 11
American singer-songwriter UMI returns to the Philippines to promote her latest extended play "Talking to the Wind" at the Samsung Hall in Taguig.

Baekhyun (Araneta Coliseum) - April 13
EXO member Baekhyun brings his solo Asia tour "Lonsdaleite" — his first in-person solo concert in over a decade since debuting — to the Araneta Coliseum.

Whee In (SM North Edsa SkyDome) - April 13
Mamamoo member Whee In brings her first-ever world tour to the SM North EDSA Skydome the same day she releases her mini-album "Redd."

Boys Like Girls (Araneta Coliseum) - April 20
Rock band Boys Like Girls return to the Philippines just two years after performing in Manila and Cebu, this time hitting the Araneta Coliseum — the only arena-level show of its 2024 Southeast Asia tour — with special guests We The Kings.

We The Kings (SMX Convention Center Davao) - April 25
Speaking of We The Kings, the rock band will have its own concert at the SMX Convention Center Davao, a decade after the band's last Philippine solo concert.

Incubus (Araneta Coliseum) - April 25
Incubus has included Manila as one of its stops in its 2024 concert tour, having last visited in February 2018 at the same venue the band will be performing at this year, the Araneta Coliseum.

Related: Incubus to hold Manila concert in April 2024

RADWIMPS (Araneta Coliseum) - May 1

The Japanese band behind the music of "Your Name" and "Suzume" are performing in Manila for the first time during another Asia tour.

Niall Horan (Mall of Asia Arena) - May 13
The former member of One Direction is marking his Philippine return having previously performed here in June 2018, also at the Mall of Asia Arena, and with the rest of One Direction (sans Zayne) in March 2015.

Related: Niall Horan returning to Manila in 2024

elijah woods (The Podium Hall) - May 20
Canadian multi-hyphenate elijah woods has included Manila in first-ever tour around Asia.

Related: elijah woods includes Manila in first Asia tour

Laufey (PICC Plenary Hall) - May 28 and 29
Almost exactly a year since her headliner show in the Philippines, the jazz singer-songwriter is coming back this time accompanied by the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra for two special nights.

IU (Philippine Arena) - June 1
The Korean singer-actress is bringing her "H.E.R." world tour to the Philippines, marking her return to the country after almost five years.

Related: IU bringing world tour to the Philippines

Jason Wade (New Frontier Theater) - June 1
The lead vocalist of rock band Lifehouse will perform the group's best hits at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City.

Related: Jason Wade of Lifehouse Live in Manila for a night of soulful melodies, timeless hits

B.I (SM North EDSA Skydome) - June 9
Korean rapper B.I is coming back to Manila for his Hype Up Asia tour, and joining him at SM North EDSA Skydome is Korean-Australian soloist LEO.

Alexander 23 (Podium Hall) - June 11
Singer-songwriter Alexander Glantz, better known as Alexander 23, takes on the Podium Hall in Mandaluyong City.

vaultboy (Podum Hall) - June 13
American singer-songwriter vaultboy is visiting the Philippines for the first time as part of his Asia tour.

Solar (The Theatre at Solaire) - June 16
Solar, leader of Kpop girl group Mamamoo, will perform at The Theatre at Solaire having last been in the country with the group last year for its sold-out concert at the Araneta Coliseum.

David Foster & Friends (Araneta Coliseum) - June 18
Award-winning music producer David Foster is coming back to Manila after including the Philippines in his "David Foster & Friends" Asia Tour, and joining him at the Araneta Coliseum are his wife Katharine McPhee, Brian McKnight, All-4-One, and local artists JV Decena and Joaquin Garcia.

Related: David Foster returning to Manila with Katharine McPhee, Brian McKnight

Suho (Araneta Coliseum) - June 22
Exo member Suho is coming back to the Philippines as part of his upcoming Asia tour, performing at the Araneta Coliseum.

Related: Exo's Suho returning to the Philippines in June

ABBA Revisited (The Theatre at Solaire) - June 28
North America's leading tribute to ABBA recreates the magic of the global phenomenon's music, with their excellent showmanship and on-point costumes and harmonies. Wendy's Project serves as the opening act for the one-night show at The Theater at Solaire.

Dvwn (Samsung Hall) - July 9
Korean singer-songwriter Jung Da-woon — better known as Dvwn — is visiting the Philippines for the first time, hitting the Samsung Hall in Taguig.

Related: Korean singer Dvwn to visit Manila this July

XG (Araneta Coliseum) - August 2
Korea-based Japanese girl group XG is embarking on its first-ever world tour, with the Araneta Coliseum one of its select stops.

Related: Girl group XG includes Manila in first world tour

ITZY (Mall of Asia Arena) - August 3
The Korean girl group are making a Philippine return as part of its "Born to Be" world tour, less than year since the group's last visit to the country.

Related: Itzy to return to Philippines in August for 'Born to Be' 2024 tour

Laufey (Mall of Asia Arena) - September 28
She's back again! The Grammy winner will be visiting the Philippines twice within a matter of months this 2024, her latter stop at the Mall of Asia Arena being her first arena headliner in the country.

Related: Laufey sets another Manila concert for 2024

Anne-Marie (Podium Hall) - September 28
British pop singer Anne-Marie is coming back to the Philippines as part of her "Live in Asia" tour, performing at the Podium Hall in Mandaluyong City.

Related: British pop singer Anne-Marie to return to Manila this year

LANY (Philippine Arena, Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino) - October 12 and 13
After a five-day concert in Mall of Asia last year, the pop-rock band LANY are headed back to the Philippines once again.

Related: LANY to return to Philippines in October 2024

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