Is this more than you bargained for yet? American rock band Fall Out Boy is returning to the Philippines for the first time in 10 years.
On Sept. 15, Fall Out Boy's official social media pages announced that it's performing at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City on Dec. 9. It's part of the band's "So Much For 2(our) Dust" tour.
Organizer Live Nation Philippines (LNPH) said ticket prices are as follows:
- General Admission – P1,750
- Upper Box – P3,500
- Floor Standing – P7,250
- Lower Box Regular – P8,250
- Lower Box Premium – P9,250
- Patron – P10,750
LNPH on X (Twitter) said the concert is open to ages 15 and up, and 15- to 17-year-olds must be accompanied by a ticket-bearing guardian in the same section.
The ratio is one adult to two minors in the standing section, and one adult to four minors in the seated section.
Minors without guardians may be allowed if they secure a waiver before entry.
Pregnant women and patrons with medical conditions aren't allowed in the standing section. They're encouraged to register at the seated section's designated table upon entry.
All concertgoers must present valid school or government ID and vaccination card upon ticket purchase and venue entry, LNPH said.
Pre-sale is on Sept. 23, from 10 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., with a maximum of four tickets per transaction.
General on-sale is on Sept. 24, starting noontime, with a maximum of six tickets per transaction.
Fall Out Boy last performed in the country in 2013. It also visited the country in 2007 and 2009.
The band hinted about its return to the Philippines this year when it quote-tweeted a fan who wanted to stop by the country.
"we hear ya loud and clear," it said with an ear emoji. LNPH also replied to Fall Out Boy's tweet with a Philippine flag emoji.
🇵🇭— Live Nation PH (@livenationph) September 14, 2023
It is also performing in Thailand and said it might have one more show in Southeast Asia.
Fall Out Boy—composed of Patrick Stump (lead vocals/rhythm guitars), Pete Wentz (bass), Joe Throhman (lead guitars), and Andy Hurley (drums)—formed in 2001.
It's known for the songs Sugar, We're Going Down, Thnks Fr Th Mmrs, "The Take Over, The Breaks Over," My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark, and Centuries.