Creed is all set to rock Manila on Nov. 11


US rock group “Creed” arrives at “My VH1 Awards ’01,” at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, 02 December 2001. The Awards are hosted by MTV and the winners chosen by fans on the internet. AFP

MANILA, Philippines – People in the Philippines is ready to witness a great evening of music from the American band Creed who is set to rock on November 11, Sunday at Smart Araneta coliseum.

After disbanding in the early 2000s, the “My Sacrifice” hitmakers moved forward the best they can and reunited with “Arms Wide Open”, which happens to be another hit song of the group.

The band consists of Lead Vocalist Scott Stapp, Guitars: Mark Tremonti, Bassist: Brian Marshall and Drummer: Scott Philipps. They are best known for their legendary guitar riffs and signature anthemic post-grunge hard rock sound. They are famous for their hit singles “My Own Prison,” “Torn,” “What’s This Life For”, “One,” “Higher,” “With Arms Wide Open,” “What If,” “Are You Ready,” “My Sacrifice,: :One Last Breath,” “Hide,” “Don’t Stop Dancing,” “Weathered,” “Bullets,” “Overcome,” “Rain,” and “ A Thousand Faces”.

Fox and Starworld co-present the Creed Concert, in cooperation with Dunkin Donuts, Calayan Surgicentre, One Plate, Manila Bulletin and Philippine Star. Astoria Plaza, Myx and Crowne Plaza as official residence of Creed also support the concert together with radio partners RX 93.1, RT 97.9 and Mellow 94.7 and print partners Business World and Business Mirror. For ticket inquiries call 911-5555, 9218883 and 0929-2603399.

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