We've listed down some of the biggest international artists who came to Manila this year.
With all the international artists who came to Manila this year, 2017 the paved way for Filipino fans to see their favorite acts perform live for the first time. Here are some of them:
British pop-rock band Coldplay performed for their Pinoy fans in Manila for the first time, bringing their fireworks-filled A Head Full of Dreams Tour to the country.
After almost two decades of waiting, Pop Princess Britney Spears mounted her first ever concert in Manila which proved to be worth the wait for her Filipino fans.
American EDM duo The Chainsmokers brought their Memories Do Not Open Tour last September to Manila, marking their third headline show in the country.
After staging her Honeymoon Tour to thousands of Filipino Arianators last 2015, the American pop superstar returned to the country for the Manila leg of her Dangerous Woman Tour.
American girl group Fifth Harmony brought their 7/27 Tour to Manila where they staged their first show in the country as a foursome.
While he postponed his Manila show last October, Shawn Mendes made up to his fans as he performed in a jam-packed show for his Pinoy fans.
The Los Angeles-based trio came to Manila twice this year, performing at the annual Wanderland Music Festival and going around the Metro for a series of mall shows.
DNCE, Dua Lipa, Zara Larsson, 5 Seconds of Summer, and DAYA
Some of the biggest pop artists today came together for the second In The Mix indoor music festival which lasted for more than six hours.
90s kids were treated to a nostalgic night as The Moffatts staged their Farewell Tour.
All Time Low
American rock band All Time Low brought their Last Youg Renegade Tour to Manila this year.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut record A Lessons in Romantics, American rock band Mayday Parade performed for their Filipino fans in a one-night concert.
Fans of Big Bang member G-Dragon flocked to the Manila leg of his ACT III: M.O.T.T.E. World Tour which featured a special appearance of Sandara Park.
South Korean pop rock band filled the Big Dome with loud cheers from their Pinoy fans.