Niki sets 2 Manila shows in February 2025

Kristofer Purnell - Philstar.com
Niki sets 2 Manila shows in February 2025
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88 Rising

MANILA, Philippines — Indonesian singer-songwriter Niki is coming back to Manila for not just one but two concerts next year.

Niki recently announced the full list of dates for her "Buzz" world tour, and the Philippines is one of just seven Asian countries where she will make a stop.

The artist is set to perform again in the country on February 11 and 12. Venue and ticketing details will be announced at a later date.

The tour, which promotes her upcoming third album of the same name, will begin in North America and Europe from September to November. It will continue in Asia in February next year and will end in Australia and New Zealand in May.

The singer first visited the Philippines in 2018 as a guest artist for Halsey, returning four years later for the Head in the Clouds Music Festival with other 88rising artists like Joji, Rich Brian, Jackson Wang, Milli and the Philippines' own Ylona Garcia.

Niki then staged her first solo concert last year in the Mall of Asia Arena, which sold out in record time.

She is best known for her songs "Lowkey," "Backburner," "La La Lost You," "Every Summertime" and "High School in Jakarta."

The singer released the lead single off "Buzz" titled "Too Much Of A Good Thing" earlier this month. 

"I went through an identity crisis," Niki said of her upcoming album. "It took a lot of trial and error, and I just stumbled upon pieces of myself along the way. I named it 'Buzz' because it feels like I'm on the precipice of something about to happen."

RELATED: WATCH: 'Lowkey' singer Niki charms Manila at first solo concert

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