May 27, 2019

Catch K-Pop Group GFriend in Manila This August!

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  • 2019 is truly becoming an amazing year for all K-pop stans residing in Manila as another crowd favorite is set to take over the Manila stage this August.

    Korean girl group GFriend is coming back to Manila as part of the Asian leg of their Go Go GFriend Tour 2019 on August 25 at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City!

    GFriend is a six-piece Korean girl group composed of Sowon, Yerin, Eunha, Yuju, SinB, and Umji and is the first female group to have received the Best Korean Act during the MTV Europe Music Awards back in 2017.

    They are behind the hits Time for the Moon Night, Rough, Navillera, and Me Gustas Tu, while their second album Time For Us serves as the group’s highest selling album.

    Tickets can be purchased through Ticketnet Online and Ticketnet outlets nationwide with prices starting from Php 2,625 for Balcony to Php 11,550 for VVIP. 

    To be updated on the latest news on GFriend, follow their official Facebook page, Instagram account, and Twitter account. You may also subscribe to their official Youtube channel.


    What: Go Go GFriend in Manila
    When: August 25, 2019 (Sunday), 7 pm
    Where: New Frontier Theater, General Malvar Ave, Cubao, Quezon City
    Ticket Information:

    • VVIP 1 – Php 11,550
    • VVIP 2 – Php 9,450
    • VIP – Php 6,300
    • GA – Php 4,200
    • Loge – Php 3,150
    • Balcony – Php 2,625

    Source: Ticketnet Online
    Images grabbed from Ticketnet Online. 

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