Wednesday, July 23, 2014

B1A4 To Stage Concert In Manila This September

B1A4, a popular K-pop boy band, will be taking a road trip to Manila via their world tour in September.

B1A4 Live In Manila 2014
The group's concert in Manila will be held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on September 6, 2014. Tickets to the show are priced as follows:

SVIP - P 9,450
VIP Diamond (Patron A) - P 8,400
VIP Platinum (Patron B) - P 6,300
VIP Gold (Box Premium) - P 5,250
Gold (Box Regular) - P 3,675
Silver (Upper Box) - P 2,625

The first 100 SVIP ticket buyers who will purchase from or at any TicketNet outlet will be able to participate in B1A4’s Hi-Touch event, the concert organizers said.

The five-member group announced on their official website that they will be holding their “Ready?: 2014 B1A4 Road Trip Live Tour” starting in August.

“‘Road Trip’ is an unconventional term for a world tour and it has the meaning that they will meet fans from various countries, make memories with music, through which the members and their music will grow mature,” according to the announcement.

The world tour will kick off after the group releases their fifth mini album in July.

“With the title ‘READY?’, B1A4 is asking the fans to get ready to enjoy the concert and giving a big excitement to all fans in the world,” the announcement said.

Composed of Baro, CNU, Jinyoung, Sandeul and Gongchan, B1A4 made their debut in the K-pop scene in 2011. In their first year in the business, B1A4 won the Best Newcomer Award in the 26th Golden Disk Awards and 21th Seoul Music Awards. They also won the New Artist of the Year in the Japan Gold Disc Awards 2013.

This year, the band won the Bonsang and Popularity Awards in the 2014 Seoul Music Awards and a Disk Bonsang in the 28th Golden Disk Awards. FULL STORY...

Philippine Holidays In 2015 Announced

The Philippine Holidays in 2015 have been declared by President Benigno Aquino III.

2015 Philippine Holidays
On Wednesday, the Malacañang released a copy of Proclamation No. 831 which declares the national holidays to be observed for the year 2015.

The proclamation, signed by the President on July 17, listed 18 holidays, with eight long weekends to be expected next year.

A. Regular Holidays
New Year’s Day - 1January (Thursday)
Maundy Thursday          - 2April
Good Friday                   - 3April
Araw ng Kagitingan       - 9April (Thursday)
Labor Day                      - 1May (Friday)
Independence Day         - 12June (Friday)
National Heroes Day     -  31August (Monday)
Bonifacio Day               -  30November (Monday)
Christmas Day               -  25December (Friday)
Rizal Day                       -  30December (Wed)

B. Special (Non-Working) Days
Chinese New Year         -19February (Thursday)
Black Saturday              -4April
Ninoy Aquino Day        -21August (Friday)
All Saints Day               -1November (Sunday)

Additional special (non-working) days -
2January   (Friday)
24December (Thursday)
31December  (Thursday)

C. Special Holiday (for all schools)
EDSA Revolution Anniversary - 25February (Wed)

Meanwhile, the national holidays for the observance of Eid’l Fitr and Eidul Adha are yet to be determined in accordance with the Islamic calendar. The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos is tasked to inform the Office of the President on which days the two holidays will fall. FULL STORY...

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