Ben&Ben holds first live show in two years at Expo 2020 Dubai
Ben&Ben is beyond grateful to finally perform in front of a live audience after they held their first show since 2020 in Dubai.
The folk pop band performed their hit songs including “Leaves,” “Araw-Araw” and “Ride Home” in front of about 16,000 people at Expo 2020 Dubai, as seen on the event’s official Twitter page yesterday, March 10.
“What a heartfelt night that was! The music scene at Expo 2020 was beyond [mesmerizing] last night with Ben&Ben’s performance that delivered love, hope and possibility,” it stated.
What a heartfelt night that was!FEATURED STORIESENTERTAINMENT
The music scene at Expo 2020 was beyond mesmerising last night with Ben&Ben’s performance that delivered love, hope and possibility ✨!
— Expo 2020 Dubai (@expo2020dubai) March 10, 2022
Ben&Ben expressed their appreciation of those who watched them by showing moments from their show on their Instagram and Twitter pages, also yesterday. They can all be seen together onstage while posing in front of their audience, as captured by photographer Gied Sarmiento.
“DUBAI. OUR FIRST FULL LIVE SHOW SINCE 2020. We’ll always remember you,” the band told fans. “Thank you for being with us tonight! [More than 16,000] people grabe (wow)! Mahal na mahal namin kayo (We love you very much)!”
DUBAI. OUR FIRST FULL LIVE SHOW SINCE 2020.
We’ll always remember you. Thank you for being with us tonight!! 16,000+ people grabe!!! 😭Mahal na mahal namin kayo! 💙💛
See you again soon! 🤗 pic.twitter.com/kaoSyiuMij
— Ben&Ben (@BenAndBenMusic) March 9, 2022
Last month, the band collaborated with Google for the song “Mag-Ingat,” which warns the public against scams and fake online accounts. “Mag-Ingat” was composed by Ben&Ben’s lead vocalists Miguel Benjamin Guico and Paolo Benjamin Guico. /ra
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