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2017 in Philippine music

List of years in Philippine music

The following is a list of notable events that are related to Philippine music in 2017.

Events [ edit ]

January [ edit ]

  • After 13 years, Up Dharma Down officially renamed themselves as UDD.[1]

March [ edit ]

April [ edit ]

June [ edit ]

July [ edit ]

August [ edit ]

October [ edit ]

Debuts [ edit ]

Soloist [ edit ]

Duos/bands/groups [ edit ]

Reunions/comebacks [ edit ]

Albums released [ edit ]

The following albums are released in 2017 locally. Note: All soundtracks are not included in this list.

Date released Title Artist(s) Label(s) Source
January 6 D5 Studio Live Originals Somedaydream and Nicole Asensio MCA Music [10] [11]
January 25 Kian Dionisio Kian Dionisio GMA Records [12]
January 27 JKL Juan Karlos Labajo MCA Music [13]
January 28 Reality & Dreams Loop Bomba Press, Yellow Room Music Philippines [14]
BoybandPH BoybandPH Star Music [15]
January 29 @LoveAngelineQuinto Angeline Quinto [16] [17]
January 30 Just Wright James Wright GMA Records [18]
February 10 Nagma(ma)hal, BennyBunnyBand BennyBunnyBand Ivory Music and Video
Worth TheSunManager Bright Rocket Records [19]
February 13 Soully Yours Curtismith Independent [20]
February 14 May Forever Pa More Natalia Moon GMA Records [21]
February 25 Remuda Triangle Pedicab Soupstar Music [22]
February 27 Jona Jona Star Music [23]
March 3 The Roach Motel Flying Ipis Locked Down Entertainment [24]
Plagues Taken by Cars Party Bear Records, Warner Music Philippines [25]
March 4 Super Shadow Moses Turbo Shadow Moses Futurestudio [citation needed]
March 10 Mahabang Pila Toney Chrome Warner Music Philippines
March 20 Kaye Cal Kaye Cal Star Music [26]
March 24 Joshua Oliveros Joshua Oliveros MCA Music [27]
March 25 Favorite Ang Bandang Shirley Wide Eyed Records Manila [28]
Everything and Anything Persephone GMA Records
March 28 Pangako ng Kailanman Maricris Garcia
April 7 Hanggang Wakas (Deluxe Edition) Mitoy Yonting MCA Music
April 8 Blackbird Luke Mejares Homeworkz Music
April 14 The Great Moombahton Moombahton Players Fastplay Records [29]
April 28 Edray Edray Teodoro MCA Music [30]
Metropolitan Paranoid City Independent [31]
Happier Pretending Absolute Play Star Music [32]
April 29 Sophomore Gimme 5 [33]
April 30 Of Sound Mind and Memory Reese Lansangan Independent [34]
May 4 Sassy Sassa Sassa Dagdag PolyEast Records [35]
May 5 Be with Me (Deluxe Edition) Darren Espanto MCA Music [36]
May 8 SAM: 12 Sam Milby Star Music [37]
May 10 LA Santos LA Santos [38]
May 19 Madison Carousel Casualties Independent [citation needed]
May 20 Traces The Ransom Collective [39]
May 23 Soul Supremacy KZ Tandingan Star Music [40] [41]
May 26 Holographic: Green Year Somedaydream MCA Music [42]
May 27 Nostalgia 2 The Company Universal Records [43]
May 31 Magandang Simulain Glaiza de Castro PolyEast Records [44]
June 14 Volts Vallejo Volts Vallejo Star Music [45]
June 16 Unstoppable Upgrade Ivory Music and Video [46]
Kahit Kunwari TJ Monterde PolyEast Records [47]
June 21 Maymay Maymay Entrata Star Music [48] [49]
June 30 I Love Acoustic 10.1 Sabrina MCA Music [50]
[escape] Keiko Necesario Independent [citation needed]
July 7 Inner Play (Deluxe Edition) Apartel Offshore Music [51]
July 8 Palm Dreams James Reid Viva Records [52]
July 15 Beaudacious Gio Levy Independent [citation needed]
July 28 Klarisse Klarisse de Guzman Star Music
August 4 Biyaheng Langit Davey Langit
Janelle Jamer Janelle Jamer Viva Records
August 11 Byahe Pa Rin Noel Cabangon Universal Records [53]
Key of X EP Xian Lim Star Music [54]
August 25 The Singles Curse One Warner Music Philippines
RAP Heartist Abaddon
September 5 AboutRadio AboutRadio [citation needed]
September 15 Sa Kabila ng Lahat Rivermaya Star Music [55] [56]
September 17 Whatever That Was She's Only Sixteen Party Bear Records [57]
September 28 Touch of Your Love Kim Chiu Star Music [58]
September 29 Kapit Christian Bautista Universal Records [59]
October 3 BTTR Jensen and The Flips Yellow Room Music Philippines [60]
October 9 Rotonda Gloc-9 Universal Records [61]
October 13 Songs I Grew Up With RJ Jacinto RJ Productions [62]
October 21 Mundane Lions and Acrobats Independent [citation needed]
November 11 Soberhaul MilesExperience MCA Music
December 8 Before the Babies Cheats Independent [citation needed]
Materyal Shanti Dope Universal Records [63]

Concerts and music festivals [ edit ]

Concert date(s) Artist(s) Venue City Event / Tour Ref(s)
January 5 David Guetta Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Unity Tour [64]
January 13 – 14 Planetshakers Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Planetshakers Live in Manila [65]
January 14 VariousNote 1 Mall of Asia Concert Grounds Pasay Rakrakan: OPM Against Drugs Festival [66]
January 14 – 15 Various (incl. Steve Aoki) Cebu Business Park Cebu City Plus63 Music Festival [65]
January 18 Bryan Adams Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Get Up Tour [67]
January 27 Various Mall of Asia Concert Grounds Pasay Fusion: The Philippine Music Festival Year 3 [68]
January 30 Nicky Romero, Bassjackers Okada Manila, Aseana Business Park Parañaque The 65th Miss Universe After-Party [69]
February 4 Patti Austin Kia Theatre Quezon City Patti Austin Live in Manila [70]
February 10 Yellowcard SM City North EDSA – Skydome Quezon City The Final World Tour [71]
February 11 Goo Goo Dolls Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Goo Goo Dolls Live in Manila [72]
February 14 Vice Ganda Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Pusuan Mo Si Vice Ganda sa Araneta: Nagmahal, Nasaktan, Nag-Concert [73]
Ai-Ai Delas Alas, Erik Santos, Ogie Alcasid Kia Theatre Quezon City Hugot Playlist [74]
February 14–15 Gary Valenciano Grand Ballroom, Shangri-La at the Fort Taguig Gary V. Love in Motion [75]
February 15 Jon Santos, Kakai Bautista, Rex Navarrete Resorts World Manila Pasay Extra Judicial Kidding [76]
February 17 Journey Mall of Asia Concert Grounds Pasay Journey Live in Manila [77]
Aia de Leon, Barbie Almalbis & Kitchie Nadal Music Museum San Juan, Metro Manila Secrets: The Repeat Concert [78]
February 18 The Moffatts Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City The Farewell Tour [79]
February 24 Before You Exit Kia Theatre Quezon City Asia Tour 2017 [80]
February 25 – 26 Exo Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Exo Planet 3 – The Exo'rdium [81]
March 2 PSY, SHINee, CNBLUE, B1A4, BAP, BtoB, and AOA Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Global Peace Concert One K [82]
March 3 Kiiara The Palace Pool Club, Uptown Bonifacio Taguig /ESCAPE's First Anniversary [83]
March 4 Various (The Temper Trap, The Ting Tings, Explosions in the Sky, Yuna, Purity Ring, UDD, Honne, LANY, Woodlock, Gab and John of Urbandub, Tom's Story, Fools and Foes, Reese Lansangan, Lola Amour, Banna Harbera, Mickey Sulit) Filinvest City Event Grounds Muntinlupa Wanderland Music and Arts Festival 2017 [84]
March 10–13 Various Malasimbo Amphitheater Puerto Galera Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival 2017 [85]
March 18 Shawn Mendes Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Shawn Mendes World Tour [86]
Bethel Music Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Bethel Music Worship Night – Live in Manila [87]
March 22 Various (Christian Bautista, KC Concepcion, Sam Concepcion, Morissette Amon, Lea Salonga, Aicelle Santos, Erik Santos, Tippy Dos Santos, Julie Anne San Jose, Janina Vela) Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Disney Princess: I Dare to Dream Concert [88]
March 27 Al McKay Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila Pasay Al McKay's Earth, Wind & Fire Experience [89]
March 31 Angeline Quinto, Jona, Klarisse de Guzman, Morissette Amon Mall of Asia Arena Pasay ASAP Birit Queens [90]
The Tide Glorietta Makati The Tide: Live @ Ayala Malls [91]
TriNoma Quezon City
April 1 Market! Market! Taguig
Alabang Town Center Muntinlupa
Iggy Azalea The Palace Pool Club, Uptown Bonifacio Taguig Iggy Azalea: Live in Manila [92]
April 4 Coldplay Mall of Asia Concert Grounds Pasay A Head Full of Dreams Tour [93]
April 5 Fifth Harmony Mall of Asia Arena Pasay The 7/27 Tour [94]
April 8 Various (Jonas Blue, Dyro, Headhunterz, Rave Radio, Onder Koffer, Tony Romera, Zoo Theory, Tom Taus, Callum David, The Zombettes, Cathy Frey, Sai Dy, MC Boo, and Victor Pring) Globe Circuit Event Grounds Makati Chroma Music Festival 2.0 [95]
April 22 Various B-Side, The Collective Makati Red Ninja Year 8 Fest [96]
April 29 Various (Megadeth, DragonForce, Whitechapel, The Devil Wears Prada, Crossfaith, Gods of Eden, Slapshock, Greyhoundz, WilaBaliW, Razorback, Kjwan) Amoranto Sports Complex Quezon City Pulp Summer Slam XVII Redemption [97]
May 6–7 BTS Mall of Asia Arena Pasay 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour [98]
May 14 Village People, Björn Again Kia Theatre Quezon City Village People: 40th Anniversary Tour [99]
May 20 Various (including An Honest Mistake) Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Get Music Indie-Go [100]
May 27 Alden Richards Kia Theatre Quezon City Upsurge
Various (William Singe, Bamboo, KZ Tandingan, Kiana Valenciano, Curtismith, Sam Concepcion, Franco, Jess Connelly, Saydie, The Juans, Tukar Sinati, A Team, Ron Poe, Patty Tiu, Carlo Atendido, Tom Taus) Globe Circuit Event Grounds Makati Manila X 2017 [101]
June 11 Various Globe Circuit Event Grounds Makati Neverland Manila: Young Gunz [102]
June 15 Britney Spears Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Britney: Live in Concert [103]
June 24 The Maine SM North EDSA – Skydome Quezon City Bazooka Rocks V: A Pop Punk Weekend [104]
June 25 State Champs, With Confidence, Cambridge
July 7 Various (Pentagon, B1A4, BAP, BtoB, VIXX, BIG, Kriesha Chu) Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Super Pop Con 2017 [105]
China Crisis, Peter Coyle Kia Theatre Quezon City China Crisis and Peter Coyle Live in Manila [106]
July 15 Xian Lim Solaire Resort & Casino Parañaque Song in the Key of X
July 21 Oh Wonder SM Aura Premier – Samsung Hall Taguig Ultralife World Tour [107]
July 28 Park Shin-hye Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Flower of Angel: Park Shin Hye Live in Manila [108]
August 4 LANY Glorietta Makati LANY: Live @ Ayala Malls [109]
August 5 Greenbelt
Alabang Town Center Muntinlupa
August 6 Market! Market! Taguig
Trinoma Quezon City
August 14 Liam Gallagher Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Liam Gallagher Live in Manila [110]
August 15 Phoenix Kia Theatre Quezon City Phoenix Live in Manila [111]
August 17 Various (5 Seconds of Summer, Zara Larsson, Daya, Two Door Cinema Club, DNCE, Dua Lipa) Mall of Asia Arena Pasay In the Mix 2017 [112]
August 18 G-Eazy The Palace Pool Club, Uptown Bonifacio Taguig G-Eazy: Live at The Palace Pool Club [113]
August 21 Ariana Grande Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Dangerous Woman Tour [114]
August 22 All Time Low Mall of Asia Arena Pasay The Young Renegades Tour [115]
August 25 Ogie Alcasid Kia Theatre Quezon City Nakakalokal
August 31 Michael Learns to Rock Kia Theatre Quezon City Eternal Asia Tour [116]
September 1 G-Dragon Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Act III, M.O.T.T.E World Tour [117]
September 8 Jamie Rivera Music Museum San Juan City Hey It's Me, Jamie [118]
September 13 The Chainsmokers Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Memories Do Not Open Tour [119]
September 15 Various (Zedd, Hardwell, Getter, REZZ, and Sam Feldt) Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Road to Ultra: Philippines 2017 [120]
September 16 Lucy Rose 19 East Bar Muntinlupa Worldwide Cinema Tour 2017 [121]
Joey Ayala, Various Music Museum San Juan City Mandiriwa: Joey Ayala at ang Bagong Lumad
September 23 Matisyahu SM North Skydome Quezon City Matisyahu Live in Manila [122]
September 25 Dream Theater Kia Theatre Quezon City Images, Words & Beyond Tour
September 30 Against the Current U.P. Town Center Quezon City In Our Bones World Tour II [123]
October 1 Ayala Malls Solenad Santa Rosa
October 6 SEVENTEEN Mall of Asia Arena Pasay 2017 SEVENTEEN 1st World Tour: Diamond Edge
Jake Zyrus Music Museum San Juan I Am Jake Zyrus [124]
The Vamps Vertis North Quezon City Middle of the Night Tour
October 7 Mayday Parade Kia Theatre Quezon City A Lesson in Romantics 10th Anniversary Tour [125]
October 11 Slayer Kia Theatre Quezon City Slayer in Manila
October 12 Mr. Big Kia Theatre Quezon City Defying Gravity World Tour
October 14 Erykah Badu Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila Pasay Badu vs. Everything World Tour [126]
October 20 David Archuleta Kia Theatre Quezon City David Archuleta Live in Manila
October 21–22 Regine Velasquez Mall of Asia Arena Pasay R3.0 [127]
November 6 Lauv Alabang Town Center Muntinlupa Lauv: Live at the Ayala Malls
November 7 U.P. Town Center Quezon City
November 15 Kid Ink House Manila, Resorts World Manila Pasay Kid Link: Live in Manila [128]
November 18 RJ Jacinto Insular Life Theater Muntinlupa Rock 'n Roll Classics
Jona Viray The Theatre at Solaire Resort & Casino Parañaque Prima Jona
November 25 Various (Ely Buendia, Rivermaya, Ebe Dancel, Itchyworms, Barbie Almalbis) Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City GetMusic NURock Years [129]
VariousNote 2 Century City Mall Makati The Rest is Noise Year-End 2017 [citation needed]
November 28 Engelbert Humperdinck Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City 50th Anniversary Tour
December 2 Various B-Side, The Collective Makati Red Ninja Year-Ender Fest
December 4 Brian McFadden, Keith Duffy Kia Theatre Quezon City Boyzlife Live in Manila [130]
December 9 Flume The Palace Pool Club, Uptown Bonifacio Taguig Flume: Live at The Palace Pool Club
CNBLUE Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City [BETWEEN US] Tour
December 13 Rich Chigga, Joji, Higher Brothers House Manila, Resorts World Manila Pasay 88rising Asia Tour [131]
December 16 Anggun Uptown Mall Taguig Anggun Live! [132]
December 17 Eastwood Mall Open Park Quezon City
Note 1.^ KZ Tandingan, Taken by Cars, Techy Romantics, Cheats, Bullet Dumas and BP Valenzuela were originally part of the lineup but cancelled their performance due to uncertain reasons.
Note 2.^ Jensen and The Flips and Poor Taste were originally part of the lineup but dropped by organizers amid sexual harassment allegations.

Cancelled/postponed [ edit ]

Concert date(s) Artist(s) Venue City Event / Tour Reason cited Ref(s)
February 5 Juan Karlos Labajo Kia Theatre Quezon City JKL Live Unforeseen circumstances (rescheduled for a later date) [133] [134]
February 25 James Taylor Mall of Asia Arena Pasay James Taylor with His All-Star Band live in Manila To protest the extrajudicial killings related to the Philippine Drug War. [135] [136] [137] [138]
March 24 Charice Kia Theatre Quezon City Charice X: End of a Chapter Rock Concert Personal reasons [139] [140]
April 21 China Crisis, Peter Coyle Kia Theatre Quezon City China Crisis and Peter Coyle Live in Manila Unknown reasons (rescheduled for July 7) [106]
September 30 Justin Bieber Philippine Arena Bocaue Purpose World Tour Unforeseen circumstances [141]
November 3 Rain Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Rise 2 Shine: A Benefit Concert Mismanangement issues (rescheduled for a later date)
November 7 Ed Sheeran Mall of Asia Concert Grounds Pasay ÷ Tour Injury (rescheduled for April 8, 2018) [142]
November 14 Various Ayala Triangle Gardens Makati ASEAN Music Festival Safety concerns due to overcrowding. Some reports claimed that concert-goers fainted. [143]
November 11 Jona Viray The Theatre at Solaire Resort & Casino, Parañaque Prima Jona Roadblocking due to the ASEAN summit (rescheduled for November 18)

Awarding ceremonies [ edit ]

  • January 16 – 2nd Wish 107.5 Music Awards, organized by Wish 1075
  • March 16 – Myx Music Awards 2017, organized by myx[144]
  • August 5 – MOR Pinoy Music Awards 2017, organized by MOR 101.9

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