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MANILA, Philippines—In less than 24 hours, British boy band One Direction will finally land in Manila to play their first ever concert in the country. Dubbed “On The Road Again Tour,” the two-night show will be held at Mall of Asia (MOA) Open Grounds on March 21 (Saturday) and March 22 (Sunday).
The quintet, however, will be one man short as member Zayn Malik has withdrawn from the remaining Asian leg of the tour due to stress.
READ: Zayn Malik won’t be at the Manila leg of One Direction world tour
Meanwhile, tickets to the show are still available SM Tickets. Tickets are priced as:
VIP (RED) – PHP17,950.00 DIAMOND (GREEN) – PHP14,800.00
The One Direction “On The Road Tour” was organized by MMI Live and Ovation Productions.
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With one member of the group not making it, ticket holders are short changed. Since the member (Malik, sounds Muslim) gave flimsy excuse not to attend the concert and he was one of the two who admitted to be smoking weeds, then he’s avoiding Manila due to his drug use.
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