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There are just no words to describe the utter madness that is the month of October. After Keane, Steve Aoki, Foster the People, James Morrison, David Guetta, and Wilson Phillips took Manila by storm in the last two weeks alone, expect another wave of rock, pop, metal, and old-school concerts to practically overlap each other for the rest of the fourth quarter. The October onslaught spills into November with dance-pop and alternative acts before ending with a big bang via the back-to-back golden greats in December.

Not to be outdone, local bands stage their own respective music festivals, which will bring them to key cities in the country. Yeah, we wish we could be in two places at once, too. Or saved up beyond the rainy days.

 

Tanduay Rhum Rockfest 2012 Year VI

When: Oct. 12 (Cebu), 19 (Davao), Oct. 26 (Manila – SM MOA Concert Grounds)

Contact: For tickets and other information, visit http://www.facebook.com/ TanduayRhumOfficial.

America with Kalapana Philippine Tour 2012

When: Oct. 17 (Manila), 19 (Cebu), 21 (Baguio)

Where: SMART Araneta Coliseum; Waterfront Cebu Hotel & Casino; University of Baguio

How much: Manila concert: P4,225 (Patron VIP); P3,700 (Patron Regular); P3,170 (Lower Box); P2,640 (Upper Box A); P1,585 (Upper Box B); P740 (GA).

Contact: For Manila concert, call TicketNet at 911-5555 or visit www.ticketnet.com.ph. c/o Ovation Productions.

 

MXPX

When: Oct. 18

Where: PICC Forum 2

How much: P2,650 (Gold); P1,060 (Silver).

Contact:: Call TicketNet at 911-5555 or visit www.ticketnet.com.ph.

 

Jonas Brothers live in Manila and Cebu

When: Oct. 19 (Manila) and 20 (Cebu)

Where: SM Mall Of Asia Arena; Waterfront Hotel Cebu

How much: Manila: P10,560 (VIP A); P8,450 (VIP); P7,400 (Patron); P5,290 (Lower Box A); P3,700 (Lower Box B); P1,590 (Upper Box); P530 (GA). Cebu: P5,600 (Platinum); P4,600 (Gold A); P3,600 (Gold B); P2,600 (VIP Sponsors); P1,700 (Silver); P1,000 (Bronze).

Contact: For Manila, call SM Tickets at 470-2222 or visit www.smtickets.com. For Cebu, call (63)917-7037663 / (032)3181734 c/o That’s Ntertainment Productions.

BIG BANG

When: Oct. 24

Where: SM MOA Arena

How much: P13,200 (VIP 1 & 2); P10,560 (VIP 3 Standing); P7,920 (Lower Box A); P6,870 (Lower Box B); P3,700 (Upper Box); P1,060 (GA).

Contact:: Call SM Tickets at 470-2222 or visit www.smtickets.com. c/o Ovation Productions.

Saved Festival 2012 (The Katinas, Desperation Band, Abandon, Gloryfall, Paglaum)

When: Oct. 26

Where: SM MOA Arena

How much: P1,500 (VIP); P1,200 (Patron); P1,000 (Lower Box); P500 (Upper Box); P250 (GA).

Contact: Call SM Tickets at 470-2222 or visit www.smtickets.com. c/o Becca Music.

Surf and Music Festival 2012

When: Oct. 31 to Nov. 3

Where: Bgy. Urbiztondo, San Juan, La Union

Contact: For more information, visit www.alohaboardsports.com/surfmusicfest or facebook.com/Alohabsports.

Modern Music Masters (Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan, Derek Sherinian, Tony McAlpine)

When: Nov. 6

Where: SM North Edsa Skydome

How much: P3,170 (Platinum); P2,120 (Gold).

Contact: Call SM Tickets at 470-2222 or visit www.smtickets.com. c/o Pulp Magazine.

THE FRAY

The Fray live in Manila

When: Nov. 10

Where: SMART Araneta Coliseum

How much: P6,360 (Patron VIP); P5,300 (Patron A); P4,770 (Patron B, Lower Box VIP); P3,710 (Lower Box); P3,180 (Upper A VIP); P2,650 (Upper A); P1,590 (Upper B); P795 (GA).

Contact: Call TicketNet at 911-5555 or visit www.ticketnet.com.ph. c/o DAYLY Entertainment.

CREED

When: Nov. 11

Where: SMART Araneta Coliseum

How much: P5,500 (Patron A, Standing); P5,900 (Patron B, Reserved seats); P4,500 (Lower Box Center); P3,800 (Lower Box Side); P2,500 (Upper Box A); P1,500 (Upper Box B); P800 (GA).

Contact: Call TicketNet at 911-5555 or visit www.ticketnet.com.ph. For VIP and Meet and Greet passes, call 0929-2603399 or 02-921-8883. c/o CNCA Media Concepts.

JENNIFER Lopez

When: Nov. 26

Where: SM Mall Of Asia Arena

How much: P25,840 (VIP); P18,610 (Patron and Lower Box A); P15,510 (Patron Standing, Lower Box B); P10,340 (Lower Box C); P7,760 (Upper Box); P2,590 (GA).

Whom to contact: Call SM Tickets at 470-2222 or visit www.smtickets.com. c/o MMI Live.

ELTON John

When: Dec. 8

Where: SMART Araneta Coliseum

How much: P12,000 (Patron VIP); P11,000 (Lower Box VIP); P10,000 (Patron Regular, Lower Box Regular); P7,500 (Upper Box A Premium); P6,000 (Upper Box A); P4,350 (Upper Box B Premium); P3,500 (Upper Box B); P1,000 (GA).

Contact: For Manila concert, call TicketNet at 911-5555 or visit www.ticketnet.com.ph. c/o Midas Promotions.

STING

When: Dec. 9

Where: SM Mall Of Asia Arena

How much: P15,840 (VIP); P10,560 (Patron); P7,920 (Lower Box A); P5,810 (Lower Box B); P3,700 (Upper Box); P1,030 (GA).

Contact:: Call SM Tickets at 470-2222 or visit www.smtickets.com. c/o Ovation Productions.


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