ANNOUNCEMENT! Khalid is Coming to Manila this 2020 and you Must Grab your ticket Before they Run out Soon!

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Multi-awarded and world-renowned American singer and song writer Khalid is set to visit various countries in Asia to embark on the “Khalid Free Spirit World Tour” and promote his new album, “Free Spirit” under Right Hand Music Group / RCA Records and Sony Music Entertainment.

Nine Asian countries are included in the six-time Grammy Award nominee artist’s list, kicking off with Bangkok’s Impact Arena on March 24, 2020 then onto Singapore’s Indoor Stadium on March 26. Khalid will move to Istora Senayan in Jakarta on March 28 before landing of course in Manila on the 2nd of April. Malaysia, Japan, Korea, and India are also included in the said world tour.


Khalid will perform at the Mall of Asia Arena and you may purchase your tickets to the “Khalid Free Spirit World Tour in Manila” starting on December 14, Saturday at 10 in the morning via or any SM Ticket outlets nationwide. You may call 8470-2222 for more information such as ticket prices. The “Khalid Free Spirit World Tour in Manila” is proudly presented by AEG Presents Asia, Wilbros Live and Midas Promotions.


Khalid is a twenty one year old performer from Fort Stewart, Georgia. He released his first ever single, “Location” in 2016, which landed the 16th spot at the American Billboard Hot 100 chart and later on became certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. After about a year, he released his debut album “American teen”, where he reaped several back to back hits and six Grammy Award nominations. Today, Khalid is under Right Hand Music Group and RCA Records. He is currently among the world’s most popular artists. In fact, his YouTube channel has amassed more or less 7 million subscribers and his song “Free Spirit” has garnered over 6 million views since its debut last year. Don’t miss his Asia Tour and grab your tickets now!


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