South Korean boy group Stray Kids is set to stage a two-night concert in the Philippines for their Maniac world tour.
The boy group is set to perform on March 11 and 12, 2023 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.
Let’s go, STAY!
Your March is officially made because @Stray_Kids is coming back to Manila to give you 2 poppin’ nights of electrifying performances and undeniable charms.
So save the dates MARCH 11 and 12, 2023 for 2 nights of STRAY KIDS Extravaganza!#SKZinMNL2023 pic.twitter.com/3y9MMs9P9w
— PULP Live World (@pulpliveworld) November 7, 2022
Local concert promoter PULP Live World made the announcement last November 7.
“Let’s go, STAY! Your March is officially made because @Stray_Kids is coming back to Manila to give you 2 poppin’ nights of electrifying performances and undeniable charms,” the event organizer added.
Details such as ticket prices, selling, and seating arrangements have yet to be announced.
According to the organizers, they are still finalizing more details to ensure a safe and fun concert for both the South Korean act and the fans.
Stray Kids’ return to the Philippines marks their first-ever concert in the country since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the country.
The South Korean boy group was supposed to perform back in April 2020 but had to postpone and eventually cancel due to pandemic.
Stray Kids debuted in 2018 with members Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N as part of the group.
The group is managed by JYP Entertainment, which is also home to several K-Pop acts such as TWICE, ITZY, 2 PM, and NMIXX.
Stray Kids is known for hit songs such as “God’s Menu,” “Case 143,” “SUPER BOARD,” and “TASTE.”