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The Maine to hold two-day concert in the Philippines this September

By NICK GARCIA Published May 13, 2024 10:05 am

The Maine is going to the Philippines for a two-day concert as part of its The Sweet 16 tour in Australia and Southeast Asia in September.

On its social media pages, the American rock band said the tour is not only a celebration of its self-titled 2023 album but also its existence for 16 years.

“No matter if you’ve been here for 16 years or 16 days, we can’t wait to see you,” it said.

The poster the band shared states that there will be special guests.

The Manila concert will be held on Sept. 27 and 28, with the latter including a performance of CSWS, or its debut 2008 album Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop.

Concert organizer Pulp Live said the shows will be held at Skydome in SM North Edsa.

A two-day general admission pass is worth P8,800, inclusive of access to an after-party and DJ set.

A one-day GA pass is worth P4,500.

Pre-sale of Manila tickets is from June 7 to 8, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Priority tickets is on June 8, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The general sale of tickets is on June 9, starting at 10 a.m.

Apart from Manila, The Maine hold one-day shows in Perth (Sept. 15), Adelaide (Sept. 17), Brisbane (Sept. 19), Sydney (Sept. 20), and Melbourne (Sept. 22). There will also be a two-day show in Singapore, from Sept. 24 to 25.

The only other venue where CSWS will be played is during Day 2 of the Singapore concert.

The Maine is known for the songs Into Your Arms, Growing Up, and Right Girl.