(SPOT.ph) No matter how many new albums and songs play on the radio, there’s just something about hearing old tracks that takes you back to the good old days. You still memorize every line and even create your own playlist just so you can listen to your favorites. Guess what: now you can hear them live because the the Playback Music Festival is putting together all your fave acts from the '90s on February 10 at Circuit Makati.
You can sing along to the hugot-filled songs of the local acts like Moonstar 88, Rivermaya, and MYMP. (So yes, it’s time to practice singing “Torete,” “Kisapmata,” and “Tell Me Where It Hurts.”)
They’ll also be bringing international acts to the Philippines including the boy-band Blue, who’s behind “One Love” and that cover-you-thought-was-the-original-song, “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word." Alternative rock band Vertical Horizon, known for their hit song “Everything You Want,” will also be performing.
The lineup also includes Leigh Nash, Sixpence None the Richer's lead singer, who sang the LSS-inducing “Kiss Me.” Also set to hit the stage is Stephen Speaks, famous for “Passenger Seat” and “Out of My League.”
Ticket prices are as follows: P5,985 (Platinum A), P5,145 (Platinum B), P4,090 (Gold), and P3,040 (Silver).