Find out how you can score Troye Sivan Live in Manila concert tickets from Smart
Keep those love songs playing! This coming May 1, Smart Music Live, in partnership with MMI Live, is bringing in Australian pop sensation Troye Sivan for his very first performance in Manila for The Bloom Tour at the Mall of Asia Arena. Troye Sivan’s Manila stop is the latest from Smart Music Live’s world-class local and international concert lineup, also known for providing exclusive perks to music lovers and subscribers this year.
How To Get Free Tickets
Catch Troye Sivan sing his hits “Youth,” “Dance To This,” “My My My,” and a lot more live in Manila as you can get a chance to win a pair of free tickets through Smart Music Live! All you have to do is:
- Purchase Smart Prepaid load and data cards in select SM, 7-11, and Robinsons stores, or online via Lazada, Shopee, or the Smart website.
- Activate your Smart Prepaid LTE SIM, top-up GigaSurf 99 with Video Every Day, and join the Smart Music Live booth or Smart Hub activities.
- Join the Smart segment or game in your school.
- Post a photo on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtags #SmartTroyeSivan and #SmartMusicLive and follow Smart on social media.
Smart Music Live Line-Up 2019
Troye Sivan joins other hit-makers previously featured by Smart Music Live. The stellar lineup included Maroon 5, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Niall Horan, Fifth Harmony, Britney Spears, Shawn Mendes, and Oasis’s Liam Gallagher. Smart Music Live also brought in hip-hop and house acts Kid Ink and Dada Life to headline the Plus63 Music & Arts Festival in Cebu earlier this year.
Stream Troye Sivan’s music and videos with Smart Giga Video+ 149 and enjoy Video Every Day up to 1 hour or 1GB per day on YouTube and more. Giga Video+ 149 also comes with 2GB open access data, unlimited texts and unlimited calls to Smart, TNT and Sun for seven days! To register to Giga promos, simply dial *121#.
For exclusive updates on Troye Sivan Live in Manila and many more events, make sure to check out www.facebook.com/SmartCommunications