January 11, 2018

Japanese Band Tricot To Perform Live in Manila this 2018

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  • Are you ready to rock the night with a live performance from Japanese pop band Tricot? Get ready as they knock you off your feet with a live performance happening this March!

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    Tricot or Toriko is a Japanese band from Kyoto, Japan. Tricot is an all-female band with Ikumi Nakajima on lead vocals and guitar, Motoko Kida on guitar, Hiromi Sagane on bass, and Yuusuke Yoshida on drums. In 2013, they released their first full-length album T H E, which placed 18th on the Oricon Albums Chart, making their band known not only within the Kyoto but throughout Japan as well.

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    IMAGE Rock Lyric Japan

    Happening on March 15 at 19 East in Paranaque City, witness a heart-stopping performance from Tricot that will leave you with an eargasm. There will also be a live performance from local bands like Pulso and Up Darma Down that will definitely leave you wanting more.

    Tickets are priced at Php 1,000. Get your tickets at Php 500 if you buy them from Artwork Glorietta, Artwork Trinoma, and at 19 East until March 10, 2018!

    What: Tricot live in Manila
    When: March 15, 2018 (8:30 PM Onwards)
    Where: 19 East, Service Road, Sucat, Paranaque City
    Ticket Price:

    • Regular Rate – Php 1,000
    • Early Bird Rate (until March 10, 2018) – Php 500

    Image Source: Philippine Concerts, Amazon, Rock Lyric Japan; Video from Tricot Official Channel on YouTube

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