Monday, April 21, 2014

One Direction Concert In Manila To Be Held In March 2015?

The Manila leg of One Direction's Where We Are Tour will be happening next year, according to an unverified report.

One Direction Live In Manila 2015
Rumor has it that One Direction's concert in Manila will take place in March 2015 as part of the Asian leg of the tour. The concert will be held for two nights at an outdoor venue, it added.

As of this this posting, there are no official announcements from the boyband's camp, yet.

Although not official, the latest update regarding the highly anticipated event got Twitter abuzz on Monday, prompting the hashtag #1DinManila to climb to the local top trending topics. Below are among the related tweets:

"#1DinManila im happy and sad at the same time bc i dont have enough money to buy concert tickets but im glad they're finally gonna be here" - @mlkhrry

"LET THE HUNGER GAMES BEGIN #1DinManila" - @ohhyeah1d5sos

"#1DinManila im selling fake friends for 20-30k" - @HIPSTAHPIZZA

"taylor swift concert : sold out in 2 hours.
I CANT IMAGINE WHEN 1D's tickets come out :((( #1DInManila"  - @garribear

"can i have my five year allowance  #1DinManila" - ‏@1Dkathyy

If the rumor is correct, are you going to watch One Direction's concert in Manila? What do you think of the March 2015 concert date? Feel free to comment below. FULL STORY...

Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks On April 21, 2014 -PAGASA

The Lyrid Meteor Shower will be peaking on Monday, April 21, 2014, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks On April 21, 2014
Although not numerous, Lyrids are bright and fast meteors. The shower typically generates a dozen meteors per hour under optimal conditions with a brief maximum that lasts for less than a day, PAGASA said.

The meteor shower will have its peak on the night of April 21 to predawn of April 22, it added.

The Lyrid Meteor Shower has been observed for more than 2,600 years. Chinese records show that "stars fell like rain" during the meteor shower of 687 B.C. However, in recent times, the Lyrids have generally been weak.

The radiant of the meteor shower is located in the constellation Lyra, near this constellation's brightest star, Alpha Lyrae; hence they are also called the Alpha Lyrids and sometimes the April Lyrids.  FULL STORY...

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