Michael Learns To Rock (MLTR), Denmark’s biggest pop-rock band, will be coming to Cebu in December, as part of its Still Asian Tour 2018-2019.
Michael Learns To Rock to hold Asian Tour 2018 in Cebu City
The multi-platinum selling trio of Jascha Richter, Mikkel Lentz, and Kåre Wanscher will be performing on December 7, 2018, at Pacific Grand Ballroom of Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino.
Expect to hear all your favorite MLTR hits such as “25 Minutes”, “That’s Why You Go Away”, “The Actor”, “Paint My Love”, “Out Of The Blue”, “Take Me To Your Heart”, “Sleeping Child”, and more.
MLTR will also be performing cuts from their 9th studio album “Still”, released in March this year, featuring the hit songs “Everything You Need” and “Hiding Away from Life”.
Since their debut album in 1991, MLTR has released multiple hit singles with global record sales of over 11 million physical albums, more than 6 million paid downloads, estimated 50 million video views on YouTube and more than 50 million streams on Spotify.
The MLTR story is not only one of the most successful to ever come out of Denmark, but also a story of an exception: their path to success has never been about scandals, divorce, drugs or any extreme way of living. It has always been about the music! MLTR is simply about great pop songs that resonate with people all over the world, especially Filipinos.
Come and join MLTR this December in their much awaited Cebu performance and sing-along to all of their hit songs.
The Michael Learns To Rock Cebu concert is produced by Renen de Guia’s Ovation Productions, the same group that brought to Cebu Tears For Fears, Boyz II Men, Sergio Mendes, Engelbert Humperdinck, The Manhattan Transfer, and many other world-class performers.
Get your tickets now for MLTR Concert in Cebu City
Tickets are sold for ₱4710, ₱3660, ₱2620, ₱1570, ₱1880, and ₱1050, available at SM City Cebu customer service, or via online at smtickets.com. You can also secure your tickets from the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino lobby, or call (032) 232 6888 or mobile number 0915 535 3873 today.