2016 in Philippine music

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List of years in Philippine music

The following is a list of notable events that are related to Philippine music in 2016.

Events[edit]

January[edit]

  • January 1 – Myx introduces the four new VJs of the channel, Sharlene San Pedro, Jairus Aquino, Sarah Carlos and Alex Diaz.[1]
  • January 9 – Members from the classic line-up of Rivermaya consisting of Perf de Castro, Nathan Azarcon, Mark Escueta and Rico Blanco reunite at 19 East, Taguig City after an invitation from de Castro following his gig. The gig, which they dubbed as a "secret semi-reunion", was composed of Blanco on keyboards, de Castro on guitars, Azarcon on bass guitar and Escueta on drums. Blanco and de Castro simultaneously switch over lead vocals all throughout the performance while Azarcon and Escueta provided backing vocals. Bamboo Mañalac was invited as well, however it was reported that he was out of the country on that date.
  • January 24 – During an episode of Sunday PinaSaya on GMA Network, Julie Anne San Jose receives her triple platinum award for her 2nd album, Deeper.[2]
  • January 26 – Darren Espanto takes 7 awards including the Young Artist of the Year award in the 1st Wish Music Awards at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, organized by FM radio station Wish 1075.[3]
  • January 31 – Alden Richards, the other half of the phenomenal loveteam Aldub, receives his triple platinum award for his best-selling album, Wish I May, during an episode of Sunday Pinasaya, also on GMA.[4]
  • January 31 – After 10 years, rapper Gloc-9 signed a record deal with Star Music the music arm of ABS-CBN Corporation and the record label who introduced Gloc-9 to mainstream listeners. Two of the most successful albums of Gloc-9, G9 and Ako Si... were released under Star Records back in 2003 and 2005 respectively. These albums brought Gloc-9's biggest smash hits with songs like Simpleng Tao and Hinahanap Ng Puso (feat. Hannah Romawac of Session Road).[5]
  • January 31 – Ebe Dancel, formerly the vocalist of Sugarfree launched his album "Bawat Daan" at Eastwood Central Plaza. The album art, which features Ebe on a stroll through UP Los Baños’ Freedom Park, conjures up a picture of nostalgia, and yet, it is also a movement towards a new chapter for his artistry. Coincidentally, the musician tells the crowd that this album launch is somewhat a send-off party for him, as he moves back to his hometown of Los Baños, Laguna. The song from which the album gets its name, Bawat Daan, is an ode to a lover, the only constant in a world of doubts. It was originally composed for the stage musical Sa Wakas, which featured the music of Sugarfree. He officially launced it in Entablado Cafe in Los Baños on March 10.

February[edit]

  • February 20 – The song AlDub You, MaAlden Kita, composed by Ritchi Ramos and Richie Austria crowns as the winner of the AlDub Songwriting Contest organized by Eat Bulaga![6]
  • February 29 – Ma. Jinky Banzon of Barangay 360, Santa Cruz, Manila crowns as the grand champion of the Tinig ng Maynila held at the San Andres Sports Complex. The competition was a project between the Manila government and Viva Live.[7]

March[edit]

  • March 15 – Nadine Lustre has 5 wons (Favorite Song, Favorite Collaboration with James Reid, Favorite Music Video, Favorite Artist and Favorite Female Artist). While Abra won the first Best Music Video. And, Ogie Alcasid was the MYX Magna Awardee.
  • March 30 – The music of late rapper Francis Magalona is used for the musical Three Stars and a Sun, as the closing presentation of the Philippine Educational Theater Association's 47th theater season.[8]

April[edit]

May[edit]

July[edit]

  • July 17 – The all-male group Tres Kantos, of Bugoy Drilon, Jovit Baldivino, and former Tawag ng Tanghalan contestant Dominador Aviola, also known as Daddy D, mentored by Erik Santos was named the first winner of the celebrity competition We Love OPM during the show's live finale at Resorts World Manila.[11]
  • July 23 – Di Na Muli, interpreted by Itchyworms, wins this year's Philippine Popular Music Festival (Pinoy Lambingan Source) held at the KIA Theater.[12]

August[edit]

September[edit]

December[edit]

  • December 11 – Niel Murillo, Russell Reyes, Ford Valencia, Tristan Ramirez and Joao Constancia were named as the winners of the Pinoy Boyband Superstar and they will officially be called BoybandPH.[16]

Debuts[edit]

Soloist[edit]

Bands/groups[edit]

Reunion/comebacks[edit]

Disbandment[edit]

Albums released[edit]

The following albums are released in 2016 locally. Note: All soundtracks are not included in this list.

Date released Title Artist(s) Label(s) Source
January 3 Swinging the Kundiman Ramon Jacinto RJ Productions [20]
January 11 Sa 'Yo Lamang: Papuri at Inspirasyon Noel Cabangon Universal Records, Jesuit Communications [21]
January 22 Darlene Vibares Darlene Vibares MCA Music [22]
January 27 Liwanag Aicelle Santos HomeWorkz Music [23][24]
January 28 Tom's Story Tom's Story Independent [25]
January 29 Miro Valera Miro Valera Warner Music Philippines [26]
Skin Sud [citation needed]
January 31 How I Love CRWN and Jess Connelly Independent [27]
February 12 December Avenue December Avenue Tower of Doom
February 15 Stellar JC de Vera Ivory Music and Video [28]
February 21 Now and Forever Donna Cruz Star Music [29][30]
February 26 Light of Day Yolanda Moon Terno Recordings [31]
February 29 Transparent Gracenote Warner Music Philippines, Soupstar Entertainment [32]
March 4 Forever Young Anne Curtis Viva Records [33]
Bago Sam Concepcion Universal Records [34]
March 18 Still Kenneth Rey Parsad [35]
April 1 For The Rest of My Life Mayonnaise Warner Music Philippines, Yellow Room Music Philippines [36]
April 5 Derrick Monasterio Derrick Monasterio GMA Records [37]
April 8 Ikaw Ang Buhay Ko Ogie Alcasid Universal Records [38]
April 15 Logiclub X1 Various Artists Futurestudio, MCA Music [39]
May 6 Dekada Bassilyo MCA Music [40]
Medyo Serious Banda ni Kleggy Warner Music Philippines [41]
May 13 #Hashtags #Hashtags Star Music [42]
May 16 Top One Project (T.O.P.) Top One Project (T.O.P.) GMA Records [43]
May 19 TJ Monterde TJ Monterde PolyEast Records [44]
May 20 EDM (Enchong Dee Moves) Enchong Dee Star Music [45]
Be With Me Darren Espanto MCA Music [46]
Life of a Champion Quest Warner Music Philippines [47]
May 28 10 Pieces Jim Paredes Independent [48]
May 30 Kahapon... Ngayon Martin Nievera PolyEast Records [49]
June 2 Of the Bed Moonwlk Independent [50]
June 3 Persistence EP Banna Harbera [51]
Tim Pavino Tim Pavino Star Music [52]
June 5 Sukli Gloc-9 [53]
June 10 What You Want Rayver Cruz [54]
Cheats Cheats Independent [55]
June 17 Sab Sabrina MCA Music [56]
June 20 Now Playing: Myrtle Myrtle Sarrosa Ivory Music and Video [57][58]
June 24 Chapter 8 Eurika Aika Records, Warner Music Philippines [59]
Limerence Brisom Warner Music Philippines [60][61]
June 26 @Primetime Gary Valenciano Star Music [62][63]
July 16 A La Hoy! Giniling Festival Terno Recordings [64]
July 17 Chasing the Light Julie Anne San Jose GMA Records [65]
Hiling Mark Carpio Warner Music Philippines [66]
July 27 Life Songs: MMK 25 Commemorative Album Various Artists Star Music [67]
August 5 My Name Is Ylona Garcia Ylona Garcia [68]
August 19 Michael Michael Pangilinan [69]
Sinag Tala Sponge Cola Universal Records [70]
September 2 Solenn Solenn Heussaff [71]
Sings Your Favorite Love Songs Richard Poon [72]
Sanguine Run Dorothy Independent [73]
September 9 Sa Panaginip Lang The Ryan Cayabyab Singers Curve Entertainment [74]
Third Culture Kid NINNO Futurestudio, MCA Music [75]
September 12 Ultimate Jennylyn Mercado Ivory Music and Video [76]
September 15 Migz & Maya Migz & Maya Star Music [77]
September 23 It's Me, Kyle Kyle Echarri MCA Music [78]
Salubungan Johnoy Danao Universal Records [79]
September 26 Richard x Richard: The Chinito Crooners Richard Poon and Richard Yap Star Music [80]
September 29 Inner Play Apartel Offshore Music [81][82]
September 30 Papunta Pabalik Autotelic MCA Music [83]
Elmo Elmo Magalona Universal Records [84][85]
October 7 Elha Elha Nympha MCA Music [86]
A New Strain Gabby Alipe [87]
Catharsis Charice Star Music [88]
October 10 Say It Again Alden Richards GMA Records [89]
October 14 Vina Morales (30th Anniversary Album) Vina Morales Star Music [90]
October 17 Pogi Years Old Parokya ni Edgar Universal Records [91]
October 21 Inigo Pascual Inigo Pascual Star Music [92][93]
To The Moon & Back Alexa Ilacad [94]
October 22 Romancing RJ Ramon Jacinto RJ Productions [95]
December 9 Taurus Pino G PolyEast Records [96]
December 16 Again & Against MilesExperience MCA Music [97][98]
December 17 Ben&Ben Ben&Ben Warner Music Philippines [99]
December 19 Karla Estrada Karla Estrada Star Music [100]

Concerts and music festivals[edit]

January–March[edit]

Concert date(s) Artist(s) Venue(s) Concert title/tour Ref(s)
January 15 The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus SM City North EDSA – Skydome, Quezon City Don't You Fake It 10th Anniversary World Tour [101]
Jessa Zaragosa Music Museum, San Juan I Am Me [102]
January 16 Edgar Allan Guzman Music Museum, San Juan #AlwaysEA [103]
Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Sa Totoong Buhay Naman [104]
Karla Estrada, Melai Cantiveros, Jolina Magdangal, Nyoy Volante, Maxene Magalona, Eric Nicolas Pacific Ballroom, Waterfront Hotel and Casino, Cebu City Kamukha, Kachika, Kapamilya [105]
January 19 Nate Ruess Kia Theatre, Quezon City Nate Ruess Live in Manila 2016 [106]
One Ok Rock SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay 2016 35xxxv Asia Tour [107]
January 20 Chicago Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Chicago Live in Manila [108]
January 22 The Company Music Museum, San Juan Nostalgia [109]
January 23–24 EXO SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Exo Planet #2 - The Exo'luxion [110]
January 28 Neck Deep SM City North EDSA – Skydome, Quezon City Neck Deep 2016 World Tour: South East Asia [111]
Cecile Licad CCP Main Theater, Pasay Cecile Licad: Encore! [112]
January 29 Retrospect Music Museum, San Juan Retrospect Reunion Concert Tour 2016 [113]
Jose Mari Chan, Richard Poon (with Francis Kong) Fairmont Hotel Ballroom, Makati City My FUN+ny Valentine Dinner Concert [114]
Various SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, Pasay Fusion Music Festival [115]
January 30 The Vamps with Before You Exit and The Tide SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay The Vamps with Before You Exit and Special Guest The Tide Live in Manila [116]
February 6 Solenn Heussaff, Lovi Poe Music Museum, San Juan Fantaisie [117]
Various (incl. Mayonnaise, Silent Sanctuary, Join the Club) Imus Sports Complex, Imus, Cavite Pebrerocks [118]
February 10 Dan Hill Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay Dan Hill: The King of Romance [citation needed]
February 11–12 Gerphil Flores The Theatre, Solaire Resort & Casino, Parañaque Tales of Love [119]
February 12 South Border (feat. Top Suzara and Kyla) Kia Theatre, Quezon City A Valentine's Concert [citation needed]
February 13–14 Gladys Guevarra, Boobsie, Ate Gay, Papa Jack Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Panahon Ng May Tama #Comic-Kilig [120]
February 13 Rico Blanco Music Museum, San Juan Your Alternative Valentine [121]
Martin Nievera, Regine Velasquez, Erik Santos and Angeline Quinto SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Royals [citation needed]
Dan Hill Midas Hotel and Casino Tent, Pasay Dan Hill: The King of Romance [citation needed]
Daryl Ong Teatrino Prominade, San Juan Intimate [citation needed]
Various (incl. Rico J. Puno, Marco Sison, Raymond Lauchengco, Gino Padilla, Wency Cornejo, Chad Borja, Niña, and Roselle Nava) PICC Plenary Hall, Pasay #LoveThrowback [122]
Sungha Jung Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay Sungha Jung Live in Manila [123]
The Circus Band and New Minstrels Kia Theater, Quezon City The Greatest Hits Reunion Concert: The Best of our Love [124]
The Platters (feat. Johnny Thompson, Elvis Presley impersonator) The Theatre, Solaire Resort & Casino, Parañaque The World Famous Platters Live in Manila [125]
February 14 Edsa Shangri-La, Manila Ballroom, Mandaluyong
Dennis Lambert, Joey Albert The Theatre, Solaire Resort & Casino, Parañaque Celebrate Love [126]
February 14–15 Lani Misalucha (feat. Philippine Madrigal Singers) Edsa Shangri-La, Manila Ballroom, Mandaluyong Love Catcher [127]
February 16 Libera PICC Plenary Hall, Pasay Angels Sing: Libera Valentine's Concert [128]
Boyce Avenue Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Boyce Avenue Philippine Tour 2016 [129][130]
February 18 Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino
February 19 Limketkai Mall, Cagayan de Oro
February 20 La Salle Coliseum, Bacolod
February 19 Johnoy Danao, Ebe Dancel, and Bullet Dumas Music Museum, San Juan 3D: 1st Anniversary Concert [131]
February 20 James Reid and Nadine Lustre Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City JaDine Love: One Hot Concert [132][133]
Various (incl. Darius Campbell, Chvrches, Myd, Oh Wonder, Passion Pit, and Pedro Winter) Aseana City Open Grounds, Parañaque GoodVybes Festival [134][135][136]
February 22 Boyce Avenue University of Baguio Boyce Avenue Philippine Tour 2016 [129][130]
February 24–25 Madonna SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Rebel Heart Tour [137]
February 27 Arnel Pineda Music Museum, San Juan Arnel Pineda: Love and Rock N' Roll [138]
Daniel Padilla Ynares Center, Antipolo Daniel Padilla Live! [citation needed]
March 3 Chris Botti ft. Sting Resorts World Manila – Marriott Grand Ballroom, Pasay Chris Botti featuring Sting: Up Close and Personal [139]
March 4–6 Various Puerto Galera Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival 2016 [140]
March 5 Bon Iver and Death Cab for Cutie ft. Blackbird Blackbird, Chad Valley, Cheats, Commandeur, CRWN and Jess Connelly, Curtismith, Jensen and The Flips, The Naked and Famous, Oh, Flamingo!, Panama, and San Cisco Globe Circuit Event Grounds, Makati Wanderland Music and Arts Festival 2016 [141][142][143]
March 12 Sergio Mendes Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City 50 Years of Celebration of Brazil '66 [144]
5 Seconds of Summer SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Sounds Live Feels Live Tour [145]
Richard Marx Kia Theater, Quezon City Richard Marx Live in Manila [146]
March 18 Alden Richards Ynares Center, Antipolo ALDENVasion [citation needed]
March 22 Sarah Geronimo Ilocos Norte Centennial Arena, Laoag From the Top Tour [147]

April–June[edit]

Concert date(s) Artist(s) Venue(s) Concert title/tour Ref(s)
April 2 Il Divo SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Amor & Pasion Tour 2016 [148]
April 6 Melissa Manchester and David Pomeranz Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Manchester and Pomeranz Live: A Evening of Timeless Love Songs [149]
April 8 Hailee Steinfeld Eastwood City, Quezon City Hailee Steinfeld: Live! [150]
April 9 Uptown Mall, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Various (incl. Kanye West, Rudimental, Afrojack and Austin Mahone) Aseana City – Paradise Grounds, Parañaque Paradise International Music Festival [151][152]
Kim Chiu Kia Theatre, Quezon City Chinita Princess: The FUNtasy Concert
April 10 Hailee Steinfeld The Venice Piazza, Taguig Hailee Steinfeld: Live! [150]
April 16 Various (feat. Inner Circle and Big Mountain) SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, Pasay 1st International Reggae Festival in Manila [citation needed]
April 22 Sarah Geronimo Island Cove Concert Park, Kawit, Cavite From the Top Tour [147]
April 26 Andrea Bocelli SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Cinema World Tour [153]
April 28 Copeland SM City North EDSA – Skydome, Quezon City Copeland by Request [154]
April 29 Sarah Geronimo Alonte Sports Arena, Biñan From the Top Tour [147]
April 30 Karla Estrada Kia Theatre, Quezon City Her Highness: The Queen Mother Live In Concert
Various (incl. Pepe Smith, RJ Jacinto, Aiza Seguerra, Luke Mejares,Pido Lalimarmo, Jimmy Bondoc, Freddie Aguilar, Thor Dulay, Lolita Carbon, Mocha Girls, K.O. Jones, Paolo Santos, The Brat Pack, Cesar Montano, Moymoy Palaboy, Junior Citizens Band, Climax, Davao Artists, Jerome Rico, Angelika Dela Cruz, Isay Alvarez, Robert Seña and South Border) McKinley Parkway Open Field, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Rock d' Avance: Free Concert for Rodrigo Duterte & Alan Peter Cayetano [155]
May 12 Of Monsters and Men World Trade Center Metro Manila, Pasay Of Monsters and Men Live in Manila [156]
May 14 Julie Anne San Jose Kia Theatre, Quezon City In Control [citation needed]
May 19 The Sam Willows (feat. BP Valenzuela) U.P. Town Center, Quezon City Take Heart Tour [157]
May 20 Sarah Geronimo Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum, Naga, Camarines Sur From the Top Tour [147]
Little Mix (feat. The Sam Willows) Kia Theatre, Quezon City Get Weird Tour [158][159]
May 21 Various (incl. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Goldfish & Blink, Julian Jordan, and MATTN) SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, Pasay Close-Up Forever Summer 2016 [160]
May 24 Florence LaRue & The 5th Dimension Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Florence LaRue & The 5th Dimension Live in Manila: Celebrating 50 years of Music [161]
May 27 Jason Derulo (feat. Redfoo) SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Jason Derulo World Tour [162]
Sarah Geronimo Batangas Provincial Sports Complex, Batangas City From the Top Tour [147]
June 4 Citipointe Live CCF Center, Pasig City Citipointe Live Worship Concert [163]
June 13 Blessthefall SM City North EDSA – Skydome, Quezon City Blessthefall Live in Manila [164]
June 17 Culture Club Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Culture Club Featuring Boy George: Live in Manila! [165]
June 24 Various (incl. OneRepublic, Bebe Rexha, Apink, James Reid, and Nadine Lustre) SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, Pasay MTV Music Evolution Manila 2016 [166]
Greyson Chance Eastwood City, Quezon City Greyson Chance: Live! [167]
June 25 The Venice Piazza, Taguig
June 26 Uptown Bonifacio, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

July–September[edit]

Concert date(s) Artist(s) Venue(s) Concert title/tour Ref(s)
July 10 Engelbert Humperdinck Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Engelbert Humperdinck Live in Manila [168]
July 12 The Bootleg Beatles Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay The Bootleg Beatles in Concert at Resorts World Manila: Commemorating 50 Years of Beatles Music [169]
July 30 BTS SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay 2016 BTS LIVE The Most Beautiful Moment in Life on Stage: Epilogue [170]
July 31 Selena Gomez SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Revival Tour [171]
August 11 Kenny Rogers Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City The Gambler's Last Deal [172]
August 14 Charlie Puth Kia Theatre, Quezon City Nine Track Mind Tour [173]
Seventeen The Theatre, Solaire Resort & Casino, Parañaque The 1st Asia Tour: Shining Diamonds [174]
The Stylistics Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City The Stylistics with The Main Ingredient featuring Cuba Gooding, Sr. Live in Manila [175]
August 18 Various (incl. The 1975, James Bay, Elle King, Panic! at the Disco, and Twin Pines) SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay In the Mix [176]
August 19 The Chainsmokers SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay The Chainsmokers Live in Manila [177]
August 26 Richard Poon and Richard Yap The Theatre, Solaire Resort & Casino, Parañaque Richard x Richard – The Chinito Crooners: A Salute to Classic Love Songs [80]
September 17 Various (incl. Alesso, and Tiësto)Note 1 SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Road to Ultra: Philippines [178]
Jason Dy Skydome, SM City North EDSA Breakthrough
September 24 Pentatonix Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Pentatonix World Tour 2016 [179]
Note 1.^ Hardwell was originally part of the lineup but cancelled his booking due to uncertain reasons.

October–December[edit]

Concert date(s) Artist(s) Venue(s) Concert title/tour Ref(s)
October 14 Vina Morales Kia Theatre, Quezon City Vina @ 30 [180]
October 23 A1 Kia Theatre, Quezon City Here We Come-Back! Tour [181]
October 25 International Eucharistic Congress Pavilion, Cebu City
November 5 The Dawn Music Museum Greenhills, San Juan Trenta/Repeat [182]
November 11 DIVAS:
Yeng Constantino
Kyla
KZ Tandingan
Angeline Quinto
Note 1
Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Divas Live in Manila [183]
November 21 Lucy Rose (feat. Fools and Foes) 12 Monkeys Music Hall and Pub, Century City Mall, Makati Lucy Rose Live in Manila [184]
November 25 Jona Kia Theatre, Quezon City Queen of the Night: Jona [185]
December 1 Chairlift (feat. CRWN, Jess Connelly and BP Valenzuela) Black Market, Makati City Chairlift Live in Manila [186]
December 8 December Avenue (feat. Gab and John of Urbandub, and Clara Benin) Teatrino, Greenhills, San Juan City December Avenue: Live [187]
December 9 DJ Snake The Palace Pool Club, Uptown Bonifacio, Taguig DJ Snake LIVE at the Palace Pool Club [188]
December 10 Various B-Side, The Collective, Makati City Red Ninja Year-Ender Fest [189]
December 17 Ronnie Alonte Kia Theatre, Quezon City #KiligKing Concert [190]
Various Route 196, Quezon City The Rest is Noise Year-End 2016 [191]
December 31 Various (incl. Phoebe Ryan) Eastwood Mall, Quezon City Eastwood City New Year Countdown 2017
Note 1.^ Rachelle Ann Go was originally planned to be part of the girl group but left the group due to international commitments.

Cancelled events[edit]

Concert date(s) Artist(s) Venue(s) Concert title/tour Reason cited Ref(s)
January 16 Maja Salvador (with Thou Reyes, Kakai Bautista, and Arjo Atayde) Urdaneta Cultural Center & Sports Complex, Urdaneta, Pangasinan Maja Limitless Producers' "non-compliance" with requirements [192]
February 14 Gloria Gaynor Kia Theater, Quezon City Never Can Say Goodbye World Tour 2016 Internal problems [193]
February 20 Alden Richards, Jose & Wally, Ruru Madrid, Jon Lucas, Jerald Napoles Philippine Arena, Bocaue, Bulacan Sa Totoong Buhay Naman Producer's decision [194]
April 2 Tom Jones Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Tom Jones Live in Manila Due to serious illness in his immediate family [195]
October 26 Shawn Mendes SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay Shawn Mendes World Tour Unforeseen circumstances (postponed to March 18, 2017) [196]

Awarding ceremonies[edit]

Deaths[edit]

August

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