5 Concerts Of OPM Artists That You Should Look Forward To This 2018
It's an exciting time for Original Pinoy Music (OPM), proven by the thriving local music scene that has a mix of up-and-comers and icons alike sharing the stage doing collaborations, creating new songs for the modern-day tastes, and reviving classics that never fail to tug at the heartstrings.
With the availability and accessibility of digital platforms to promote music as well, it has become so much easier for local artists to reach more people and gain more following.
As a result of the booming local music industry, this year, a number of well-loved local artists will be mounting their very own shows in the metro, as recently revealed by Cornerstone Concerts. OPM fans are in for a year-round treat!
Here are the OPM artists whose concerts this year are worth looking forward to:
After her viral performances on China’s hit musical reality competition Singer 2018, KZ will be giving her Filipino fans an even better show in her home country. It’s also KZ’s first major solo concert, and it's happening at The Big Dome (no less!) this June.
The country’s premier crooner is back at the Newport Theater of Resorts World Manila on May 18 to celebrate his 10th anniversary in the industry. Prepare to be entertained by his soothing music.
Jaya, Jay R, and Jason Dy
It’s a unexpected mix but an absolutely promising one. Three generations of R&B sounds will rock the KIA Theater this August. Jaya, Jay R, and Jason Dy’s collaboration is going to be an unforgettable night of rhythm and blues magic.
Angeline Quinto, Kyla, KZ Tandingan, and Yeng Constantino
Four power songstresses in one big night on one big stage—the Divas are back! Angeline, Kyla, KZ, and Yeng will once again share the stage for "The Divas Live II" at The Big Dome in November. It's nice to hear their powerful voices come together in perfect harmony.
Listen to your favorite teleserye songs live, as Erik is set to excite the audience with a night of music and so much feels. Relive those memorable TV moments on September 22, as the King of OPM Theme Songs will rock the MOA Arena for his 15th anniversary concert, his biggest one to date.
Photos from @cornerstone