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LANY Is Coming to Cebu. Mark Your Calendars Now.

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The Philippines likes LANY. In 2019, they had to add a third night to their concert because the Philippines just loves LANY (and it's nice to know LANY loves us back).

While Manila had its time with the three-piece band of Paul Jason Klein, Charles Leslie "Les" Priest, and Jake Clifford Goss, another part of the Philippines will get the chance to see the band live. LANY is heading to Mandani Bay, Mandaue City, Cebu on February 2, 2020 for the fifth installment of Plus63 Music & Arts Festival.

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Artists from Cebu—six-piece groovy band Three Legged Men, '80s synth-pop duo Mandaue Nights, and Sepia Times—will also perform during the event. Tickets go on sale December 16, 10:00 a.m. on the PouchNATION website.

And, hey, while you're here, why not listen to their best tracks?

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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