Whatever tomorrow brings, they’ll definitely be here.
Where you at 90s babies? Time to check those gears and get ready for a musical ride as the Drive hitmaker announces their Asia Tour date for 2024. Yes, the iconic rock band, Incubus, will be making a pitstop in Manila to bring back those good old memories of alternative rock.
Band members Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, Ben Kenney, Jose Pasillas II, and DJ Chris Kilmore are making a much-anticipated return to the Philippines, ready to light up the Araneta Coliseum on April 25. Fans are buzzing with excitement as it’s been years since they last rocked our shores, especially since their heartfelt fundraising concert in 2014 for the Super Typhoon Yolanda survivors, followed by another killer show in 2015 and 2018.
Here Are the Details of Incubus’ Concert Tour in the Philippines in 2024
It’s a merry Christmas indeed, as fans can already secure their tickets for the Incubus Live Tour in Manila starting December 16 at noon via TicketNet.com.ph. Ticket prices are set at P9,450 for VIP Seated, P8,950 for Patron, P7,250 for VIP Standing, P5,750 for Lower Box A, P4,750 for Lower Box B, P2,650 for Upper Box, and P1,250 for General Admission.
The renowned American rock band, known for chart-toppers like Drive, Wish You Were Here, Megalomaniac, Pardon Me, Love Hurts, and Nice To Know You, is set to captivate audiences not only in Manila but also in other Asian destinations. The tour includes stops in Indonesia on April 23, Singapore on April 29, and Japan on May 1. And before lighting up the Asian stage, the band will also be embarking on an exciting tour across New Zealand and Australia.
Currently, Panic! At the Disco bassist, Nicole Row is stepping in for Ben Kenney, who is in the process of recovering after a successful surgery to remove a brain tumor. Previously, they have also welcomed Tal Wilkenfeld to handle bass duties for some of their shows in the United States.
In the previous year, Incubus vocalist Brandon Boyd collaborated with the Kapuso Queen of Creative Collaborations, Heart Evangelista, to create an artwork titled Neon People, showcased at Secret Fresh Gallery in Quezon City. This collaboration was featured within Brandon’s Moonlight Arts Collection—an ever-evolving community of artists presenting diverse artworks in various forms, including unique artist editions, events, and exhibits. This year, Heart has unveiled her inaugural solo print edition, Love’s First Bloom, available on the collective’s website.
The year 2024 is sure to start with a bang as we anticipate a lineup of exciting events—and right at the forefront is the much-awaited Incubus concert! Brace yourselves for a night of electrifying music, nostalgia, and pure rock energy.
Cover image credit: Incubus