Live Nation Philippines has already dropped the ticket prices and seating plan for the upcoming concert of the British singer-songwriter this coming October 21.
Get ready all you fans who are itching to get a hold of Sam Smith’s GLORIA tour in Manila this October. Starting May 30, fans can already start purchasing tickets in the exclusive presale for Union Bank cardholders.
To recall, Sam Smith officially announced on May 8 the Asia leg of the GLORIA world tour. The Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter is slated to perform at the SM Mall of Asia Arena after gracing Seoul’s KSPO Dome for two nights.
Sam Smith in Manila: Concert Ticket Details
The four-time Grammy award winner, much to the delight of his Filipino fans eagerly anticipating his return since his last performance in 2018, will be bringing his highly anticipated Gloria: The Tour to the stage once again, creating a sensational experience that will leave audiences in awe.
For as low as P2,750, fans can already start purchasing tickets for the general public starting June 1 and 2. Unionbank cardholders are allowed to secure tickets on the presale on May 30 from 10 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. For non-Unionbank holders, a special presale ahead of the general sale will also be held on May 31.
Planning to watch GLORIA: The Tour with your friends and loved ones? Here are the complete details of the ticket prices:
- Floor 1, 2, 3 – P16,250
- Floors 4, 5, 6 – P16,000
- LBA Premium – P14,500
- LBA Regular – P14,000
- LBB Premium – P13,500
- LBB Regular – P13,000
- UB Premium – P6,500
- UB Regular – P6,000
- General Admission – P2,750
The aforementioned prices already include ticketing charges. As per Live Nation Philippines, all ticket tiers would be seated, including the nearest possible ticket tier to the stage. The hit singer of Stay with Me, As I Can, Who We Love, and Gloria is also slated to perform in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taipei, Osaka, Yokohama, and Seoul.
Sam Smith’s most-anticipated tour is named after his fourth studio album, Gloria, which kicked off in the United Kingdom. From there began a global journey from Europe to North America to Asia this October.