KZ Tandingan back-to-back with TJ Monterde and Sam Mangubat
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
Superstar singer-rapper KZ Tandingan’s concert in Dubai has been postponed “due to unforeseen circumstances,” the organizer announced on Thursday (January 5).
The concert, scheduled on January 7, will now take place in June as part of the Biggest Philippine Independence Day Event at the Dubai World Trade Center, according to SoundCloud Events in a statement.
Fans who bought tickets to the concert can opt to use them in June or have their tickets refunded within 21 days from Platinumlist.
The organizer promised “an even grander show” in June. “We can’t wait to see you at this Dubai spectacular with KZ at the biggest Philippine Independence Day event in the emirate!” according to SoundCloud Events in a statement on its website.
Ticket holders can opt to use their ticket on June 11 or have their ticket refunded within 21 days from Platinumlist.
KZ will still be joined by Emirati pop star Alira, known for his viral hit songs in Filipino, as well as balladeers TJ Monterde and Sam Mangubat.
The Mahal Ko or Mahal Ako singer performed in the UAE twice in 2022, once at Expo 2020 and in October for Pinoy Fiesta at Coca-Cola Arena. Her upcoming show in June will be her first gig in Dubai in 2023.
KZ shot to fame in 2012 when she won The X Factor Philippines. She rose to global fame after beating Price Tag singer Jessie J in China’s reality singing competition Singer 2018 with her jaw-dropping rendition of Rolling in the Deep.
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