Update: The Moffatts add Indonesia and Singapore to “Farewell Tour”
UPDATED, 9 December 2016: Brothers Scott, Clint and Bob Moffatt are adding Indonesia and Singapore to their "Farewell Tour", following their show in the Philippines.
The Moffatts are now set to perform in the respective Hard Rock Cafe of Jakarta, Bali and Singapore at the following dates.
— JAKARTA —
Sunday, 19 February 2017 • Concert: 8:00pm
Monday, 20 February 2017 • Meet & Greet: 5.00pm • Concert: 9:00pm
— BALI —
Friday, 24 February 2017 • Meet & Greet: 6:00pm • Concert: 9:00pm
— SINGAPORE —
Saturday, 25 February 2017 • Meet & Greet: 7.30pm • Concert: 10:00pm
Tickets for the shows in Indonesia can be purchased at rajakarcis.com, while for the Singapore's show will be at themoffattssg.peatix.com.
If you’re a fan of 90s hits, then you will surely remember the popular Canadian pop rock band, The Moffatts, who were one of the biggest selling act in Southeast Asia back in the late 90s!
Now, the band of brothers – minus Dave Moffatt – is coming back to the Philippines for the first time in 16 years as part of their “Farewell Tour”.
Brothers Scott, Clint and Bob are set to perform the band’s all of their iconic and memorable 90’s hits one last time on 18 February 2017 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Started out as a country music vocal group, The Moffatts shot to fame in 1998 after releasing first pop album “Chapter I: A New Beginning”, featuring famous hits like “I’ll Be There For You”, “Miss You Like Crazy”, “Girl of My Dreams”, “We Are Young”, “If Life is so Short”, “Crazy” and more.
Until today, The Moffatts remain the biggest selling international band of all times in The Philippines.
According to Frank Moffatt, father of the Moffatt brothers, The Moffatts will also be heading to other Southeast Asian countries like Indonesia and Singapore, after their performance in Philippines.
But further details are yet to be announced.
Details for The Moffatts’ “Farewell Tour” in Manila are as follows:-
Date: Saturday, 18 February 2017
Venue: Araneta Coliseum, Manila, Philippines
Prices: PHP5300 (VVIP), PHP3180 (VIP), PHP1590 (Patron), PHP1060 (Box), PHP850 (Upper Box), PHP 530 (General Admission)
Tickets: On sale via ticketnetonline.ph
(Photo sources: vancouversun.com, usmagazine.com)