Ariana Grande Manila concert to push through


Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher and more scheduled to perform
Ariana Grande is certainly the artist of the moment. She has impressively exhibited how to rise from tragedy and use her influence to bounce back from the horrific Manchester bombings during her Dangerous Woman tour in United Kingdom.

Ariana Grande

Back on her feet, Smart Music Live—her “Dangerous Woman” tour’s major sponsor in Manila—announced on Wednesday that the artist is all set to bring all the light and love with her when when she performs at Mall of Asia Arena her Dangerous Woman tour on August 21.

A concert to look forward to indeed, “The New York Times” praised rande’s Dangerous Woman as “a show of confidence, prowess and aplomb,” describing the performer as “a former child star who got national exposure on Nickelodeon, [who flaunts professionalism, not skin or profanities.”

Meanwhile, Smart Music Live–which gives their subscribers first dibs on tickets as well as free premium tickets—further informed The Manila Times that "Britney Spears was just the tip of the iceberg” in making up their rest-of-year concert lineup. Justin Bieber headlines the all-star forthcoming concert series experience like never before alongside Grande, Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher of Oasis, and In the Mix’s 5SoS, Dnce, Two-Door Cinema Club, Dua Lipa, Daya and Zara Larsson.

In September, Justin Bieber will take over the Manila stage for the second time with his ongoing "Purpose World Tour.” On Monday, the music star announced he has included the Philippine capital as part of his Asian leg.

According to Smart Music Live, the telecom’s subscribers will indeed have first crack at Bieber tickets through an exclusive ticket selling activity on July 7. The concert is set on September 30 at the Philippine Arena.

Bieber has churned out some of the biggest hits in recent years including the lead single from the album Purpose called "What Do You Mean?” and other hits "Sorry,” "Love Yourself,” "Let Me Love You,” "Cold Water,” and his own version of "Despacito.”

Justin Bieber

Billboard praised Bieber’s vocals in Purpose calling it “smooth as ever” while Entertainment Weekly described it as “a concert that shows, beyond a doubt, that Bieber is back.”

But before Beiber and Grande, Liam Gallagher of Oasis will stage his own concert at the Arena on August 14, followed by a grand gathering of 5SoS, Dnce, Two-Door Cinema Club, Dua Lipa, Daya and Zara Larsson in one concert event dubbed “In the Mix” on August 17.

Finally, as The Manila Times had already announced, Ed Sheeran will bring his much-anticipated 2017 tour to Manila on November 7.

Tracking the #SmartMusicLive hashtag on social media sites as well as logging on to will provide updates for these shows, produced in Manila by Music Management International (MMI) Live.


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