Brian McFadden, 39, of Ireland will perform a duet with Zephanie Dimaranan, 16, of the Philippines for the first time. The first “Idol Philippines” grand champion will be featured as a special guest in the former Westlife member’s first ever solo concert in the Philippines.
“Romantic Intimate Concert with Brian McFadden”
Titled “Romantic Intimate Concert with Brian McFadden,” the concert will feature Westlife songs. It will take place at the SMX Convention Center–Davao of SM Lanang Premier in Lanang, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Philippines on November 16, 2019 and at the New Frontier Theatre in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines on November 17, 2019.
“Romantic Intimate Concert with Brian McFadden” is presented by EKG Productions. Starting September 26, 2019, tickets will be available at smtickets.com and all SM cinema ticket outlets as well as ticketnet.com.ph online and outlets.
For inquiries contact 0998-964-4589 in Davao and 0998-964-4585 in Manila. Here are the ticket prices in Philippine pesos:
- SMX Convention Center Davao | 6000 available at EKG PRODUCTIONS/ 3500/ 2500/ 900
- New Frontier Theatre | 6000 available at EKG PRODUCTIONS/ 3500/ 2500/ 1800/ 1200/ 800
McFadden rose to fame in 1998 as a member of Westlife. The Irish singer and songwriter who joined Westlife alongside Shane Filan, 40, Markus Feehily, 39, Kian Egan, 39, and Nicky Byrne, 40, in the vocal group and together, they made chart-topping songs including “Swear It Again”, “If I Let You Go”, “Flying Without Wings”, “Seasons in the Sun”, “Fool Again”, “My Love”, “Uptown Girl”, “Queen of My Heart”, “World of Our Own”, “Unbreakable” and “Mandy.”
In 2004, McFadden left Westlife to spend more time with his family. Following his departure from the group, he released his debut solo single “Real to Me,” which became his first solo number 1 single.
McFadden toured with former Boyzone member Keith Duffy, 44, in 2016, 2017 and 2018. On February 22, 2019, the former Westlife member released his fifth studio album “Otis,” which was a tribute to the late American musician Otis Ray Redding Jr.
Hailing from Biñan City, Laguna, Philippines, Dimaranan was the winner of the first edition of “Idol Philippines” on ABS-CBN. She was declared as the grand champion of the television singing competition on July 28, 2019.
Dimaranan was the youngest “Idol Philippines 2019” finalist and the only female contestant to make it to the Top 5. Before “Idol Philippines 2019,” the Biñan City girl competed and failed to win in other singing competitions on ABS-CBN including “The Voice Kids Philippines” Season 2 and “Tawag ng Tanghalan” on “It’s Showtime.”
Watch Dimaranan’s “Idol Philippines” journey here: