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The Rose includes Manila on their ‘We Rose You’ Tour this December

The Korean band is heading to Manila for their upcoming tour

Filipino Black Roses, get ready as the Korean boy band The Rose is coming to Manila for their ‘We Rose You‘ Live Tour this December 15 (Sunday), 7PM at the SM Aura Premier Samsung Hall, courtesy of MyMusicTaste.

Tickets will be available on SM Tickets online and nationwide outlets starting November 4 at 12PM.

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

  • VVIP – 8,800
  • VIP – 5,700
  • GA – 3,000
  • BALCONY – 3,500

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

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