MANILA, Philippines – There's a big concert coming to Manila this August, with 6 international acts lined up.
In the Mix is bringing together heavy-hitting acts The 1975, James Bay, Panic! at the Disco, Third Eye Blind, Elle King, and Twin Pines to the Mall of Asia Arena on August 18.
There will be a ticket pre-sale for Visa cardholders on May 18 to 20, and tickets will be up for sale to the public on May 21 at 10 am, through SM Tickets.
The 1975 is an English alternative rock band that released their self-titled first album in 2013. Their sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, was released in February.
The August concert will be the band's 3rd time in Manila after a mall tour in 2014 and a Mall of Asia Arena show the next year. (IN PHOTOS: The 1975 returns to Manila)
Listen to "A Change of Heart," from their newest album, below:
James Bay is another musician who hails from England, and he was nominated for 3 Grammy Awards in 2016. He was the opening act for Taylor Swift and Hozier before headlining his own tour in 2015.
Panic! at the Disco was founded in 2004 by Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith, Brent Wilson, and Brendon Urie, and rose to fame in the 2000s. Today, the band is helmed by Brendon, as he performs with touring members, Dallon Weekes, Kenneth Harris, and Dan Pawlovich.
Manila, PH! Don't know if you can handle this. Playing Mall of Asia Arena on 8/18. Get your tickets 5/3 at 10am https://t.co/nkuuPH4c2a — Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) April 22, 2016
Meanwhile, Third Eye Blind, is the band behind classics like "Semi-Charmed Life," "Jumper," and "How's It Going to Be."
Elle King released her first studio album in 2015. Her song, "Ex's and Oh's" has been making waves on the radio recently.
Twin Pines is an up-and-coming band, composed of Barry Morrell, Callum McConville, Graham Brown. Listen to their song, "Given Enough," below:
Will you be watching "In the Mix" this August? Which band are you looking forward to seeing the most? Let usk now in the comments! – Rappler.com