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Incubus Coming To Manila For Asia Tour 2024 On April 25

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Incubus Coming To Manila For Asia Tour 2024 On April 25

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American rock band Incubus is coming to Manila for the first time in six years for their Asia Tour 2024 on April 25 at the Araneta Coliseum. Presented by Wilbros Live.

Since first coming together in 1991, the Grammy nominated band Incubus have consistently elevated themselves and alternative music to new creative heights. The California band’s sales have eclipse 23 million albums worldwide to date with multi-platinum and platinum certifications from around the globe.

Consistently topping the Billboard charts, the band has had five consecutive Top 5 debuts, and they maintain their status as a streaming phenomenon, averaging 4.1 million monthly listeners on Spotify and clocking over 1 billion-plus streams across all platforms.

The band is best known for their chart-topping hits “Drive”, Wish You Were Here”, “Megalomaniac”, “Nice To Know You”and many more.

Tickets will go on-sale on December 16, 12NN via TicketNet.com.ph and TicketNet outlets nationwide. For more information, follow Wilbros Live on social media.

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