Due to health advisories and travel restrictions, there has been a lot of changes in events that we have all been waiting for. To keep you updated, here’s a list of postponed events in the country and those that you could still tune out for!
Several countries in Asia are compromised due to health issues and advisories brought about by the novel Coronavirus. For everyone’s safety, travel restrictions are ultimately implemented. With this, many upcoming events all over Asia are being canceled and postponed. To help you keep track, here’s a list of postponed music events in the Philippines and what you can still watch out for!
Supposedly happening next week, February 29, the Rakrakan Festival is moved to April 25, 2020, to prioritize the health safety of everyone. Already purchased tickets can be used for the new date! For more info, read our article its postponement right HERE!
KHALID Free Spirit Asia Tour 2020
Khalid was set to perform once again in Manila this coming April 2. With a huge fanbase in the country, many fans are counting down the days for Khalid’s return in the Philippines. However, the organizers decided to postpone the Asian leg of his “Free Spirit Tour” until further notice. They are currently working out the best dates for everyone. You can check out the details on how to refund your tickets through our article HERE.
Running Man in Manila: A Decade of Laughter Tour
Running Man: A Decade of Laughter Tour was set to happen in Manila last February 9. Unfortunately, due to the nCoV outbreak, the organizers decided to postpone their Manila tour. With tickets being sold out in less than an hour, the entire crew expresses their deepest apologies but the health of everyone is of utmost priority. But fret not, because it will still be pushing through on June 21, 2020. So save the date, everyone!
Events you can still watch out for!
Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival
The Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival is definitely pushing through for their 10th year! Taking place from February 29 to March 1 at the La Mesa Ecopark, Quezon City, expect to encounter a whole different kind of music and nature experience. Check out our fun time at the press conference HERE:
For more info on the upcoming Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival next week, read our article HERE.
Wanderland Music and Arts Festival
The Wanderland Music and Arts Festival is one of the most-awaited events of the year. With such a crazy lineup, everyone is counting down the days to head off to Filinvest City Events Grounds on March 7 and 8.
However, due to travel restrictions and health safety measures brought about by novel Coronavirus, there have been some changes in the lineup.
Novo Amor, Sabrina Claudio, Ari Lennox, and Ravee will no longer be performing. Instead, no rome, The Paper Kites, Cosmo’s Midnight, Urbandub will be joining the lineup! So we hope to see you at Wanderland Music and Arts Festival next month! For more details, check out our article HERE.
Clark Hot Air Balloon Music, Arts and Food Festival
Hot air balloons? Live performances from amazing local artists? Arts and food? Need I say more?
The Clark Hot Air Balloon Music, Arts and Food Festival is happening on March 13 and 14 at Clark Global City Pampanga. For an affordable ticket price starting at Php 35o to Php 750, you’re in for a such an amazing music. Listen to December Avenue, Ben&Ben, IV of Spades, Unique Salonga, Al James, ALLMO$T, and a whole lot more live while watching those hot air balloons float in the sky!
Ebe Dancel Concert
More than two decades in the local music scene, Ebe Dancel is finally having his first-ever major solo concert! Ebe Dancel with The Manila String Machine is happening on February 29, 2020, at the Metro tent Convention Center in Pasig City.
The ticket price for Silver is Php 2,500 and Php 3,500 for Gold. For an affordable price, watch one of the most inspiring Filipino artists in the country performing with a 20-piece orchestra!
Check out our interview with him last February 10 during the UP Fair “Hiwaga” right HERE:
Slipknot Live in Manila
Don’t worry, guys. Slipknot Live in Manila is pushing through so get ready to break those necks as you bang your heads to their hardcore music!
On March 29, 2020, Slipknot is going to rock out at the Amoranto Stadium. Price starts at Php 2,300 to Php 6,890. Get ready for some serious mosh pit!
Remember that whether you are going to any of these events or not, be mindful of your health and be aware of the health guidelines!
Which of these events are you going to? Tell us in the comment section below! If you have any questions or inquiries, don’t hesitate to send us a message on our Facebook or Twitter account, @udouph. We’d love to help you out!