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Joji Comes Back to Manila for “Pandemonium” Tour

joji comes back to manila for pandemonium tour

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Japanese singer-songwriter Joji is making a stop in Manila, Philippines for his “Pandemonium” world tour!

According to Joji’s website, his concert will happen on November 28 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City.

Araneta Coliseum, Manila, is one of the nine additional locations to the “Pandemonium,” which originally featured North American concerts.

The artist will play in the Philippines on November 28 after giving concerts in three Australian towns, Auckland, Taipei, and Bangkok.

The tickets for the tour will go on sale on September 2, at 10 a.m. in Insignia Presents, which people can buy tickets on their website. Unlike the previous concert Joji performed, there will be no special guests for this one.

Joji, a popular performer with hits like “Glimpse of Us,” headlined the return of Plus63 Festival in January at SM Seaside Complex in Cebu. 

Joji released his album “SMITHEREENS” in November as well. 

Joji has also performed in Manila for the 88rising’s debut “Head In The Clouds” festival alongside Jackson Wang, NIKI, Rich Brian, and others.

During the “Head In The Clouds” festival, many singers were included in the festival. Adawa, Akini Jing, Atarashi Gakko!, Bibi, Elephante, Gupadad 4000, Jinxzhou, Manila Grey, Milli, Spence Lee, Stephanie Poetri, and Warren Hue will also perform, as well as Filipino singers Ylona Garcia and Zack Tabudlo. 

ZEDD, a Grammy-winning producer, was also included in the special guest list for the festival. The festival happened on December 9 and 10 at the SM Festival Ground in Paranaque City. 

With a roster that includes artists like Rich Brian, Jackson Wang, NIKI, Joji, Jay Park, CHUNG HA, BIBI, and Higher Brothers, 88Rising is renowned for introducing Asian artists to Western audiences. Paradise Rising, a division of 88rising, is based in the Philippines. – WhatALife!/Zain

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