Post-hardcore band Citizen are kicking off their Southeast Asian tour in Manila this March 6, 2024 at Eastside Events Place in Marikina City.

The show was originally supposed to be held Matrix Creation Events Venue in Quezon City

Tickets for the show are priced at P1800 for online purchases at P3000 for walk-ins. The early bird tickets were priced at P1500 but are now sold-out. Interested attendees can avail of tickets here. Local hardcore acts Goo and Repetition will serve as headliners.

The concert is organized by local production house Sleeping Boy Collective in collaboration with Still Ill Records and Blacklisted Productions. Citizen will also be making stops in Singapore and Thailand in the same month.

Formed in 2009, Citizen has played in venues and tours all over the United States and abroad, including Bled Fest in 2011, Vans Warped Tour in 2013, and multiple headline tours with guest acts like Fiddlehead. Their 2015 album Everybody Is Going To Heaven peaked at the No. 2 spot on Billboard’s Vinyl Albums Chart. They will also be headlining at the New Bloom Festival in Australia alongside Movements, Touche Amore, No Pressure, Fleshwater, and Softcult.

Their latest album Calling the Dogs was released earlier this month. In an article by Stereogum of the record’s lead single “If You’re Lonely,” Tom Breiham wrote, “Citizen’s new album is titled Calling The Dogs, and lead single “If You’re Lonely” is a bright, jangly rocker with some serious muscle under its sparkle. “If You’re Lonely” is one of those weird cases. It’s a catchy and sensitive alternative rock tune, but you still get the sense that the people who made it could kick your ass if they wanted.”

Sleeping Boy Collective has been known to bring in international rock bands to perform in the Philippines. Past shows include Philadelphia band Jesus Piece, Japan’s Mass of the Fermenting Dregs, and Southern Californian band Movements.

Find the full list of Citizen’s Southeast Asian tour dates below.

Manila, Philippines — March 6

Singapore — March 7

Bangkok, Thailand — March 9