Elton John set to arrive 4 hours before Manila concert
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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