Have you bought tickets for Kamikazee’s ‘Huling Sayaw’?


December 10 is fast approaching, and Kamikazee will be ending their 15-year journey as a band in the Philippine music industry; but have you bought tickets for their farewell concert already?

Fans can watch the show dubbed as “Huling Sayaw” (Last Dance) at the Smart Araneta Coliseum for a minimum fee of P650 for general admission.

Since the early 2000’s, The band composed of Jay Contreras, Jason Astete, Allan Burdeos, Led Tuyay and Jomal Linao have successfully released a number of hit albums such as “Kamikazee” (2002), “Maharot” (2006), “Long Time Noisy” (2009), and “Romantico” (2012).

The band’s manager, Kerwin Rosete, said that despite the upcoming disbandment, the five members remain to be in good terms with one another.

The band are all still incredibly close to each other but after years of recording and playing live, the time is now right for them to step away from the stage and enjoy other aspects of their lives,” Rosete said.

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According to the group, there is no greater way to end the their long career than to hold a special gathering with their avid fans.

Other tickets for the concert are priced at P1,950 for standing patrons and upper box admissions, P2,500 for lower box admissions, and P4,750 for seated patrons.

Those who are interested to purchase tickets may visit TicketNet outlets located at Araneta Coliseum, Fisher Mall, Resorts World Manila, Eastwood Mall and selected SM malls, or contact TicketNet through their website at www.ticketnet.com.ph.