If you are still undecided whether you should buy the concert tickets or pass, get to know more about the performers here!
Z-Boys and Z-Girls (Z-Stars)
Z-Stars just debuted last February 2019 and has been making up rounds online for being a K-Pop group with no Korean member. The group consists of 12 members with 6 boys and 6 girls from the different Asian countries like, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Taiwan, and the Philippines.
You can check their recent songs here:
Kriesha is one of the Filipino singers based in Korea. She joined K-Pop Star 6 wherein she finished as a runner up in the competition. She has a few singles and recently sang in Waikiki 2 and Home for Summer’s OSTs.
Listen to one of Kriesha’s single here:
Oh My Girl
Oh My Girl is an all-female K-Pop group composed of Hyojung, Mimi, YooA, Seunghee, Jiho, Binnie, and Arin. They are considered as the sister group of B1A4. They recently came back last August with their single, BUNGEE:
AB6IX debuted during early 2019, and they consist former Wanna One members Woojin and Daehwi. However, the rest of the members, Youngnim and Donghyun also competed in the survival show, Produce 101 Season 1 while Woong was a former trainee of YG, JYP and Woolim Entertainment.
The group’s name is an abbreviation of Absolute Six or Above Brandnew Six since the group is being managed by Brand New Music.
Check their recent single here:
MAMAMOO debuted in 2014 with four members: Solar, Moonbyul, Wheein, and Hwasa under RBW (formerly WA Entertainment). One of their members, Hwasa, is a cast of the I Live Alone variety show. They recently finished their concert in Japan.
Check out their most recent come back here:
WINNER debuted in 2013 with members Seungyoon, Hoony, Jinu, and Mino under YG Entertainment. The members competed in YG’s survival show, WIN: Who is Next under Team A. They performed as guests to some of the YG artists’ concerts until they’ve released their own songs. One of their previous member, Taehyun left the group last November 2016.
You can check their latest single here:
Park Bom is a former member of 2NE1 and now performs as a solo artist under D-Nation. After taking a long break from the K-pop industry, Park Bom surprised her fans with her debut song, “Spring” featuring Sandara Park that marks her come back to the industry.
You can listen to her latest single here:
Now that you’ve got to listen and check out the performers for the upcoming Rainbows in Asia Music Festival, why not join them this Sept. 21 at the Philippine Arena? We’re pretty sure mga bes, sulit ang bayad at travel to catch them performing live!
You can still buy your tickets via Ticketworld here.
For more updates you can us or follow Rainbows in Asia Music Festival official Facebook page here.
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