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The First 9 Concerts of 2015 You Need To Save Up For
Are you ready for next year's big list of musicians invading the country?
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It's only December but we're already super excited about next year. Why? Because our favorite acts are coming to perform live for us. Block off your schedules and save up this season so you can watch one or more of these acts in the first quarter of 2015!

JANUARY

Bastille

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

The English four-piece rock band are coming here to give us a New Year's rush by performing their infectious hits, like "Bad Blood," "Pompeii," and "Things We Lost in the Fire."

When: January 5
Where: World Trade Center, Pasay City

The 1975

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

For a second time, the boys are heading back to Manila to give us a night to remember by singing their hit songs, "Chocolate," "Girls," and "Settle Down."

When: January 25
Where: SM Mall of Asia Arena

Michael Buble

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

The Canadian singer/songwriter and four-time Grammy winner returns to Manila to serenade us with his relaxing tunes like "It's a Beautiful Day," "Close Your Eyes," and "Feeling Good."

When: January 31
Where: SM Mall of Asia Arena

FEBRUARY

The Vamps

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

This British band, which started out on YouTube, are finally coming and they're bringing with them their charm and irresistible music by performing their hit tracks, like "Somebody To You" and "Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart)."

When: February 1
Where: SM Mall of Asia Arena

Boyce Avenue

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

The Florida-based band known for their acoustics is returning to Manila to give us so much feels on Valentine's Day.

When: February 14
Where: Smart Araneta Coliseum

MARCH 

Christina Perrie

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

Christina is stopping by Manila for the Head or Heart Tour. Listen to her sing some of her famous tracks, like "A Thousand Years" and "Jar of Hearts."

When: March 5
Where: Smart Araneta Coliseum

Ed Sheeran

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

The long wait is over for Filipino Sheerios because the singer/songwriter is coming to Manila for the first time to sing a few of his songs from his latest album, X.

When: March 12
Where: SM Mall of Asia Arena

One Direction

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

One Direction is finally coming to Manila for 2 nights (!) of pure fun as they perform a few tracks from their latest album, Four.

When: March 21 and 22
Where: SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds

Lenny Kravitz

9 Concerts You Need to Watch for in the First Quarter of 2015

Cinna a.k.a. Lenny Kravitz is coming to Manila. He won't be bringing with him the gang of The Hunger Games, but he'll be performing some of his classic hits, like "Again" and "Let Love Rule."

When: March 24
Where: Globe Circuit Events Ground, Makati City

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Which concerts are you watching next year, Candy Girls? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you. :)

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