2019 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 2019.

Events[edit]

Debuts[edit]

Soloist[edit]

Duoist/Bands/Groups[edit]

Reunion/Comebacks[edit]

Disbanded[edit]

On hiatus[edit]

Albums released[edit]

The following albums are to be released in 2019 locally. Note: All soundtracks are not included in this list.

Date released Title Artist(s) Label(s) Source
January 18 CLAPCLAPCLAP! IV of Spades Warner Music Philippines [1]
Upcoming albums
To be determined In My Head Jason Dy MCA Music [citation needed]
UDD UDD Terno Recordings [citation needed]
DAPITHAPON RVRD Independent
Crydancer B.P. Valenzuela [2]
To be determined Nadine Lustre Viva Records
Kathryn Bernardo Star Music [3]
Liza Soberano [4]
Imago Warner Music Philippines [citation needed]
Ben&Ben [citation needed]
Janine Teñoso Viva Records
Maine Mendoza Universal Records [5]

Concerts and music festivals[edit]

Local artists[edit]

Date(s) Artist(s) Venue City Event / Tour Ref(s)
February 14 Martin Nievera
Lani Misalucha
PICC Plenary Hall Pasay City Timeless Classics
March 1 Joey Generoso
Jinky Vidal
Jay Durias
Ice Seguerra
Juris Fernandez
Meds Marfil
Janine Tenoso
Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Playlist: The Best of OPM
Katrina Velarde New Frontier Theater Sikat Ako

International artists[edit]

Date(s) Artist(s) Venue City Event / Tour Ref(s)
January 13 Lukas Graham Eastwood Mall Open Park Quezon City Live in Manila
January 25 Momoland Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Fanmeeting in Manila
February 2 Black Pink Mall of Asia Arena Pasay City Black Pink 2019 World Tour In Your Area
February 22 Josh Groban Mall of Asia Arena Pasay City Bridges Tour
March 5 Maroon 5 Mall of Asia Arena Pasay City Red Pill Blues Tour
March 10 Rita Ora New Frontier Theater Quezon City Phoenix World Tour
September 11 The 1975 Mall of Asia Arena Pasay City Asia Tour

Music festivals[edit]

Date(s) Artist(s) Venue City Festival Ref(s)
March 1–2
  • IV of Spades
  • Anomalie
  • Ian Lofamia Band
  • Extrapolation
  • Robert Glasper
  • Danny Krivit
  • Ruby Ibarra
  • Laneous
  • I Belong to the Zoo
  • Munimuni
  • Coeli
  • Carousel Casualties
  • Lenses
  • The Ringmaster
  • The Blue Rats
  • Ena Mori
  • Dayaw
Malasimbo Amphitheater Puerto Galera Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival
March 9–10 Filinvest City Event Grounds Muntinlupa Wanderland Music and Arts Festival

Canceled/postponed dates[edit]

Awarding ceremonies[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mariel Abanes (January 18, 2019). "IV OF SPADES On Their Journey To Producing 'CLAPCLAPCLAP!'". ABS-CBN Lifestyle.
  2. ^ "BP Valenzuela announces second album Crydancer and upcoming single". Bandwagon. March 21, 2017. Retrieved March 30, 2017.
  3. ^ "RXL on Twitter: "New album for KB:)"". Twitter. February 12, 2016. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  4. ^ Kristhoff Cagape (June 10, 2015). "Liza Soberano is set to release an album". ABS-CBN Push.
  5. ^ Afinodad-Bernardo, Deni Rose (9 July 2018). "Maine Mendoza marks 3rd anniversary with record deal, #MainelandiaFair2018". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 18 July 2018.
  6. ^ Razorback drummer Brian Velasco dies