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Elton John set to arrive 4 hours before Manila concert

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MANILA, Philippines–British pop superstar Elton John will arrive in Manila from Taiwan via private jet at 4 p.m. Saturday (Dec. 8), or four hours before his concert at Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Despite this tight schedule, the singer-songwriter – who has sold more than 250 million records worldwide – will be attending a charity mission in Manila, details of which were not made available to the media.

The concert marks his first time to perform in Manila; it coincides with the Big Dome’s major upgrade, including the installing of new seats in the Upper B section.

Tickets to the premium sections are still available, according to Ticketnet.


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  • Echuserang_Froglet

    grave 4 hours before concert. napaka diva naman nitong baklitang toh. hindi nya man lang maisip ma traffic sa edsa from airport papuntang cubao. bwahahahahhaha. cheeeee

  • Diepor

    He should stay for a night to visit Manilas famous gay clubs.

  • Lapu Lapu

    Buy tickets once he arrived only.

    His concerts are always mixed with controversies and scandals. Most of the time it get cancelled.  

    Good luck Manila.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SYG36KOOLRY47VA3ICPJJ5CQTQ ADD

    4 hours? Madelay lng flight nya yari na ung concert. Late na magsisimula, maaga pang matatapos dahil pagod sa biyahe. Kaya pla konti lng ung bumili ng tickets.



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