In case you’ve been living under a rock, the P-pop group has been making waves since their debut, repping the country on international media several times (and even vibing with your other biases, the crossover we didn’t know we needed). The first all-Filipino group to train under a Korean entertainment company, SB19 has been topping charts since the release of their song “Go Up.”
The concert will be available for streaming internationally (except in China and Indonesia), which is a big deal not just for the ever-growing fanbase A’TIN but for the band’s future in music as well (if you didn’t know, there was a point when these guys almost gave up).
Tickets are available on the Global Live site, which would set you back 17.26 Australian dollars including taxes and fees or about P605 in total. Once you have your ticket, you’ll gain access to the livestream on your device on Nov. 21, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Philippine Standard Time.
And while you’re at it, go and show your support by streaming their animated “Hanggang sa Huli” MV and “Get in the Zone,” their first full-length album.
Photo from SB19’s official Facebook page