(SPOT.ph) They were just here in April for what was supposed to be a one-night only concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. But tickets to their show quickly sold out and lots of fans still wanted to watch them live, so one more night was added to their tour stop in Manila. Not to mention, they also wowed fans in 2017 when they performed in Wanderland in March and around Ayala Malls in August. They've been here a lot of times before, but it looks like they just love Manila so bad—because indie-pop band LANY is coming back to Manila on July 24, 2019 as part of their biggest world tour yet.
The band, composed of Paul Klein, Les Priest, and Jake Goss, is known for their hit songs, "ILYSB," "Super Far," and "Good Girls." In October 2018, they also released their third studio album, Malibu Nights, which includes the hit single, "Thru These Tears."
The venue and ticket prices for the concert are yet to be announced. (Fingers crossed they're as wallet-friendly as they were the last time!) But if tickets to their Manila concert sell out too fast, you might want to check out their other tour stops nearby. They'll be performing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 27; Bangkok, Thailand on July 30; Osaka, Japan on August 5; Tokyo, Japan on August 7; Seoul, Korea, on August 8; Singapore on August 10; and Jakarta, Indonesia on August 13.
Update as of February 13, 2019 (12:00 p.m.): According to LANY's website, their concert in Manila will be held at the Mall of Asia Arena on July 24.
Update as of February 14, 2019 (10:45 a.m.): Tickets for LANY's concert in Manila will be on sale starting February 21 at 12 p.m. via SM Tickets. Ticket prices are as follows: P5,550 (VIP Standing) P5,180 (VIP Standing 2 or Patron Seated), P4,980 (Lower Box A Premium), P4,280 (Lower Box A Regular), P3,680 (Lower Box B Premium), P3,480 (Lower Box B Regular), P2,280 (Upper Box Premium), P1,680 (Upper Box Regular), and P1,250 (General Admission).
Update as of February 21, 2019 (4:00 p.m.): A second night has been added to LANY's tour in Manila on July 25 at the Mall of Asia Arena. Ticket prices will remain the same and will go on sale tomorrow, February 22 at 12 p.m. via SM Tickets.