SB19 set to perform live at first ever P-pop convention in April | Inquirer Entertainment

SB19 set to perform live at first ever P-pop convention in April

/ 06:21 PM February 26, 2022


Image: Facebook/SB19

SB19 will soon treat fans with brand-new performances onstage as they officially joined the lineup of artists at the first ever P-pop convention, PPOP CON.

The P-pop boy group will be performing alongside fellow Filipino artists BINI, 1st.One and Press Hit Play, as shown on PPOP CON’s Twitter page today, Feb. 26. Other artists who will join the concert lineup are yet to be announced as of this writing.


“[SB19, BINI, 1st.One and Press Hit Play] are gracing the @TheBigDome stage LIVE at #2022PPOPCON!” the convention organizers stated.


The first-ever PPOP CON will be held on April 10 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. It is expected to be an “ultimate fan gathering and celebration of Pinoy Pop culture and music,” based on the convention’s Instagram post last December.

Meanwhile, SB19 announced that they will be coming to the PPOP CON while showing details of the event on its Twitter page, also today.

“SB19 is performing LIVE at the 2022 PPOP CON!” the group told fans.

Last month, SB19 broke K-pop boy group BTS’s longest streak at Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs chart. SB19’s song “Bazinga” took the top spot on the digital chart for seven weeks, surpassing the six-week run of BTS’s pop track “Butter.”  /ra



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