The Moffatts, the Canadian ‘90s band, returns to Manila after 16 years to perform at their “Farewell Tour” concert on February 18, 2017 at the SMART Araneta Coliseum.
The iconic pop rock band was known for hits like “Miss You Like Crazy” “If Life is So Short,” Girl of My Dreams,” “Bang Bang Boom” and “I’ll Be There for You,” among many others. To this day, they remain the biggest selling international band of all time in the Philippines.
We are grateful to Midas Promotions and to Ms. Grace Lomboy Foronda for the opportunity to also cover their concert press con. The Moffatts has created an ambiance of excitement as they sang an a capella version of their hit “I Miss You Like Crazy.”
So we are inviting you to watch and don’t miss the chance to see them live at the Araneta Coliseum this coming Saturday. Checkout our photo set on this LINK and our custom-made video invites below.
“We’re glad to be back. The Philippines has been a great place for us. When we came here back then, we had been living in Germany for about a year, and coming here they were like ‘you guys have number one record in the Philippines…’ And we don’t know anything about it and then we came here and from that day on it had a huge, huge impact in our lives. And now we’re playing at the Araneta Coliseum and we feel like we’re The Beatles,” tells Bob during the press con held at the Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas.
The Moffatts brothers will also be debuting materials from their new projects – Endless Summer, and Scott Moffatt, respectively.
VVIP Tickets will include pre-show sound check party access, a signed and personalised photo card of the Moffatts and a photo with Scott, Clint and Bob! Presented by Midas Promotions . Tickets are available at Ticketnet (911-5555).
VVIP – Php 5300
VIP – Php 3180
Patron – Php 1590
Box – Php 1060
Upperbox – Php 850
Gen Ad – Php 530
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!
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