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SEVENTEEN expresses gratitude to Filipino Carats 


MANILA, PHILIPPINES – K-pop boy band SEVENTEEN reunited with their Filipino fans called Filo Carats during their two day concert in Bocaue, Bulacan on Saturday and Sunday, January 13 and 14.  

The first night of the SEVENTEEN TOUR ‘FOLLOW TO ASIA’ in Manila marked a successful start, as the stadium was filled with thousands of fans. SEVENTEEN also expressed gratitude for the enthusiastic support they received from their Filipino CARATs on the opening night of their ‘FOLLOW TO BULACAN’ tour at the Philippine Sports Stadium on January 13.

Approximately 32,000 fans attended Saturday’s performance, the first show of Seventeen’s two-day visit to the Philippines for its “Follow” tour, according to the organizers.

At the concert, Seventeen members showed concern for fans in the standing area who seemed unwell, even distributing water bottles to the audience.

Meanwhile, on their X account, the group shared several photos from their concert.

“Moments that shine with carats. Today we gave you all our love. We will always stand by Carat,” SEVENTEEN wrote in their Korean caption, translated into English.

SEVENTEEN kicked off their three-hour concert by performing “Super,” and continued with a lineup that included “Don Quixote,” “Clap,” “Don’t Wanna Cry,” “F*ck My Life,” “Thanks,” “Dust,” “Pinwheel,” “Highlight,” “I Don’t Understand But I Luv U,” and “Back It Up.”

Additionally, the group showcased their talent with performances of “Back it Up,” “Fire,” “Home Run,” “Left & Right,” “Beautiful,” “April Shower,” “Kidult,” “Anyone,” “Good To Me,” and “Hot.”

The conclusion of the show featured an encore performance by SEVENTEEN, including renditions of “Sara,” “Run To You,” “To You,” “Call Call Call,” and “Very Nice.”

After their successful concert in the Philippines, SEVENTEEN’s tour “FOLLOW TO ASIA” will take place in Macau on January 20 and 21 at the Olympic Sport Center Stadium.


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