Grammy Award-Winning Singer Patti Austin Is Coming To Cebu on February 3

2017-10-17T13:54:37+08:00 February 1st, 2017Newsbreak

Grammy Award-winning jazz and R&B artist Patti Austin will hold a concert in Cebu on February 3, Friday at the Grand Ballroom of the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino. The day after, she will be performing live at the Kia Theatre in Manila.

How Much and Where to Buy Tickets

Austin fans can buy her concert tickets through various channels.

For her concert in Cebu, ticket prices vary by seating. It’s P5,747.50 for SVIP tickets (for reserved seating); P4,702.50 for VIP (reserved seating); P3,135 for Gold (reserved seating); P1,567.50 for SP Balcony (reserved seating); P1,254 for Silver (free seating); and P836 for Balcony (free seating). Ticket rates include ticket fees and ticket protect. Show starts at 8pm.

You can buy your tickets at Ticketworld.com.ph.

Her Cebu concert will have special guest Karla Estrada, featuring Stephani Lhui and Arthur Manuntag.

For Austin’s February 4 concert in Manila, tickets can be bought at Ticketnet.com.ph. Ticket prices are P5,500 for Price Level 1; P4,500 for Price Level 2; P3,500 for Price Level 3; P2,500 for Price Level 4’ and P1,500 for Price Level 5. You can find the venue seating plan on Ticketnet. The Manila show will also open at 8pm.

Austin will sing hit songs like How Do You Keep the Music Playing, Smoke Gets In My Eyes, All Behind Us Now, Baby Come To Me, Say You Love Me, Love Me Again, If I Believe, and In My Life.

Austin and her love for the Philippines

Austin has been coming to the Philippines a number of times since 1973 and the American singer-songwriter has not skimped on words in describing just how much she loves the country. In fact, she even called it “home away from home,” as per media report.

She has held several shows in the Philippines, but what may be the most memorable would be the two benefit fundraising shows she held for the Yolanda victims in December 2013. The concerts were organized in cooperation with Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization that provides houses for families in need.

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