Former Sugarfree frontman and chief songwriter Ebe Dancel announced last January 5 that an anniversary concert will be held celebrating the 20th anniversary of their 2004 album, Dramachine. The record includes some of the most popular songs from the band, including “Tulog Na” (Sleep), and “Hari Ng Sablay” (The King of Failing).

In a surprise Facebook post, the “Prom” singer wrote, “Surprise! Tickets for the Dramachine 20th anniversary are out now. Time to rehearse those old songs again. Sisiguraduhin kong meron ulit tayong gabing di malilimutan (I’ll make sure that we have another night to never forget). Let’s go.”

The concert will be held at 123 Block in Mandaluyong City this January 26. There are currently four ticket tiers, priced at P1,200 for regular admission, P1,500 for a special admission ticket that allows ticketholders to attend the soundcheck, and P3,300 for the Habangbuhay package. The package is inclusive of special admission to the soundcheck, signed poster, sticker pack, commemorative ticket, foldable fan, and a “Habangbuhay” (Forever) vinyl. A Bawat Daan package is also available, priced at P3,600. The package is inclusive of the aforementioned perks as well as a vinyl of “Bawat Daan.”

Tickets are now available here. As of January 6, the special admission tickets are now sold out. Dancel will be joined by original Sugarfree drummer, Mitch Singson, as well as Jam Quijano.

The announcement comes after the 20th anniversary concert of their debut album, Sa Wakas, held at 123 Block last year. Singson also joined Dancel during the concert’s two runs. The show consisted of a long, full all-Sugarfree set. Sa Wakas features Sugarfree’s most popular song to date, “Burnout.”

In the meantime, revisit Sugarfree’s Dramachine below.