PHOTO BY EXPAT MEDIA
P-pop group SB19 will be performing in Dubai on October 29 at Dubai World Trade Center as they embark on their first world tour.
On Sunday (September 4), the P-pop group released a one-minute teaser for their upcoming WYAT (Where You At) global tour, unveiling the confirmed cities and dates.
The five-member group of Pablo, Josh, Stell, Ken, and Justin will kick off their tour with a concert at the Araneta Coliseum on September 17, followed by local stops in Cebu (October 1), Clark (October 8), and Davao (October 15) before heading to Dubai.
In November, SB19 will also be performing in New York, Los Angeles, and Singapore.
During the press conference at Novotel in Manila, Stell, the lead singer of the group, expressed how he feels happy to have international fans.
“It’s heartwarming to have international fans because even if they don’t understand our songs, they still listen and support us,” Stell said.
“It explains that language is not a hindrance in music. Music will always make people feel what the song intends them to feel,” he added.
The upcoming concert at the Dubai World Trade Center is the group’s first concert in the emirate, organized by SoundCloud Events. Tickets will soon be available for purchase on Platinumlist, although ticket prices have yet to be announced. BKM/ Expat Media
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