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Sik-K includes Manila in his ‘FL1P World Tour Asia’

The Korean hip-hop artist is coming to Manila this November

Fans of Sik-K, get ready as the hip-hop artist is coming to in Manila for their ‘FL1P World Tour Asia’ this November 27 (Wednesday), at 6:30 pm at the SM North EDSA Skydome, as promoted by Next Level Network.

You can avail yourself or someone of a chance to see Sik-K live at the SM Skydome thru AirAsiaRedTix online.

Ticket prices are as follows (all prices are in Philippine Peso (PHP) and exclude ticketing charges):

  • VIP ZONE A– 6,600
  • VIP ZONE B – 5,100
  • GA ZONE C – 3,600

It will be Sik-K’s first tour in Manila, and he will be bringing DJ SMMT, alongside other surprise guests to be announced soon.

Stay tuned on HallyuLife for further show updates and coverage! –HallyuLife.com

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