Spandau Ballet comes to Manila this September

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Spandau Ballet comes to Manila this September
YES, the rumors are "True"!

Spandau Ballet is coming to Manila for a one-night-only concert at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City on September 21.

One of the most successful New Wave bands of the 1980s, the hip but classy group of five composing of Tony Hadley (lead singer), John Keeble (drums), Gary Kemp (guitar), Martin Kemp (bass) and Steve Norman (guitar), will perform live for the first time in the Philippines.

Ovation Productions in association with Dainty Group Asia is mounting the musical event in Manila as part of the Asian leg of the band’s world tour dubbed Soul Boys of the Western World Live! and in support of its documentary film of the same title.

The world tour is taking Spandau Ballet to major cities in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Australia before making stops in Asia for shows in Singapore, Manila and Hong Kong.

Among the songs popularized by Spandau Ballet were “True,” “Gold,” “Through the Barricades,” “I’ll Fly For You,” “Lifeline,” “Round And Round,” “Communication,” “Highly Strung” and “Only When You Leave,” and many more.

Spandau Ballet was formed in London in the late 1970s,  and started as an English new wave band. The band was inspired by, and an integral part of, the New Romantic movement, and became one of the most successful groups to emerge during the New Romantic era.

You can get your tickets at all SM Tickets outlets and online at For more info, call 470-2222.

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