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Aegis celebrates 20th anniversary with major concert at Big Dome

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 06:03 PM June 08, 2018

Aegis. Image: Instagram/@aegisband.ph

The iconic power belter Pinoy band Aegis celebrates its 20th anniversary of enduring musical career through a major concert titled “2oble Dekada: Ang Soundtrack ng buhay mo” at the Araneta Coliseum on July 13.

The band has made powerful music in the past two decades and their hit songs such as “Halik”, “Luha” and “Sinta” among others are just staple favorites at karaoke bars. Now, these heart-wrenching songs are going to be revived by the band and their loyal fans in their upcoming concert.

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The band also promised that while they will showcase their iconic hits and signature high-note songs, they will also be showing off something new in the concert. They will also be coming up with a new album.

Their special guests include Anne Curtis, Karla Estrada, Jett Pangan, Jericho Rosales and Vice Ganda.

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Even with undoubted fame, the band has only set foot on Araneta as a guest performer in the past. Now, it is indeed a dream come true for them to have their own major concert at the Big Dome. /jpv

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