Avril Lavigne, Canadian singer/rock icon is coming back to Manila for another major concert to be held on February 2014 at the Big Dome.
"Avril Lavigne Live in Manila" will be her 4th concert in the Philippines, presented by Midas Promotions to be on February 17, 2014 - 8:00 pm at Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City.
Tickets available at Ticketnet outlets and at www.ticketnet.com.ph
Call 470-2222 for ticket inquiries.
PATRON VIP - Php 7,475(reserved seating)
PATRON REGULAR - Php 5,885(reserved seating)
LOWER BOX CENTER - Php 5,355(reserved seating)
LOWER BOX REGULAR - Php 4,825(reserved seating)
UPPER BOX A - Php 2,705(reserved seating)
UPPER BOX B - Php 1,645(free seating)
GENERAL ADMISSION - Php 905(free seating
Rock N Roll by Avril Lavigne
Here's To Never Growing Up by Avril Lavigne
When Avril Lavigne first emerged on the music scene at age 17, she was known as a young, pop-punk tomboy who refused to resort to skin-baring come-ons, preferring to entice the record-buying public with her powerhouse voice, high-spirited melodies, and straight-talking lyrics. Staying steadfastly true to herself and putting music before image paid off both critically and commercially for the small-town girl from Napanee, Ontario. In 2002, Lavigne shot to international pop stardom with the 6x-platinum Let Go, followed by 2004’s 3x-platinum Under My Skin, 2007’s platinum The Best Damn Thing, and 2011’s Goodbye Lullaby, which sold more than two million copies worldwide. Over the course of her decade-plus career, Lavigne has scored a string of international hit singles, toured the globe on multiple sold-out tours, earned eight Grammy Award nominations, won eight Canadian Juno Awards, and sold more than 35 million albums and 20 million tracks worldwide.
A self-taught musician, who plays guitar, piano, and drums, and who writes on every one of her songs, Lavigne had already been singing and performing for several years before releasing Let Go, which featured the smash singles “Complicated” and “Sk8r Boi” and sold more than 16 million copies worldwide. Her second album, 2004’s Under My Skin, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200, and sold more than eight million copies worldwide fueled by the hit singles “Don’t Tell Me” and “My Happy Ending.” Four years later came The Best Damn Thing, which featured the No. 1 single “Girlfriend.” Lavigne’s biggest record to date, “Girlfriend” was the top digital track of 2007, selling more than 7.3 million downloads in eight languages. “Here’s To Never Growing Up,” the first single off her self-titled new album (released in November), debuted at No. 1 in 22 countries and was a Top 10 single in 44 countries.