Bullet Dumas is holding his first solo concert in nearly six years this June, dubbed “Nananatili” (Remains).

Announced in a press statement, the concert is set to happen at the Music Museum this June 8, from 7 PM onwards. It promises to be
“a night filled with stories of love, grief, and acceptance” and “serves as a personal reflection on death in a permanent, transitory world—an elegy, a eulogy, and a funeral drama all rolled into one.”

Tickets can now be availed here.

The ticket tiers and their respective benefits can be found below:

  • SVIP – PHP 4,600 – With 1:2 meet and greet, signed poster, post card and reserved seating.
  • VIP – PHP 3,800 – With 1:8 meet and greet, post card and reserved seating.
  • ORCH – PHP 2,800 – With signed poster and reserved seating.
  • BALCONY – PHP 1,800 – Free seating only.

The major show from the folk singer-songwriter is slated to be his first solo concert since Usisa in 2018, named after his debut album of the same name. The concert was also held at the Music Museum.

In the aforementioned press statement, Dumas stated that his working concept of the show is the last day of a funeral wherein all stories pertaining to the dead come out. “Mas nakikilala natin yung patay kahit tingi-tinging kuwento mula sa iba’t ibang tao. [We get to know the dead even better through small stories from many different people.]”

The press statement also revealed that this concert will also serve to be Dumas’ “first venture into concert co-production” as he works alongside local concert and event organizers GNN or Gabi Na Naman Productions.

Dumas and GNN first officially teased details to the concert last April 10 via their social media. Prior to and in relation to the concert’s official announcement, Dumas also shared photos of himself shot on film on April 15.

In preparation for Nananatili, listen to Bullet Dumas’ USISA below: