Filipino celebrities went on post-Valentine's Day dates at the Manila concert of Incubus last Saturday, February 17.
Incubus—composed of Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, José Pasillas II, Chris Kilmore, and Ben Kenney—held their fifth concert in the Philippines at the Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City.
THE CELEBS. Here are some of the celebrities who watched the American rock band's Manila concert.
It felt surreal for GMA-7 actress Chynna Ortaleza and husband Kean Cipriano to watch their favorite band perform live.
In a short chat with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), the couple revealed that their daughter, Stellar, was named after one of Incubus' songs.
The couple also said this is their third time watching the band perform live.
Kean shared photos of their concert experience on Instagram and wrote, "So we bought meet and greet tickets for the Make Yourself Foundation. The pre-show experience was surreal!
"We met our favorite band in the world INCUBUS! (C’mon we named our daughter after an incubus song) We randomly made new friends. We randomly hung out with old ones. #randomboyd
"And the most priceless thing is seeing my wife with a super happy face& with a happy fangirl heart! SOLID!! #TheCips #Incubus"
It's Showtime host Teddy Corpuz went on a date night with his wife Jasmine Corpuz.
Philippine Azkals member Anton del Rosario hanging out with his dad at the concert.
ABS-CBN actress Arci Munoz uploaded her throwback photos with the band after watching them perform live.
Other celebrities spotted at the venue were singers Migz Haleco and Arnel Pineda.
THE CONCERT. Incubus played songs one after another during their Manila concert for about an hour and a half.
Filipino DJ Tom Taus set the mood of the concert and mixed up some beats while waiting for the band to perform live.
Incubus' concert started exactly at 9 p.m. and the band performed over 21 songs and 2 encores.
The five-member band started the concert with "Love in a Time of Surveillance," "Warning," and "Nimble Bastard," their latest single from the album 8.
After a few performances, concertgoers started singing the "Happy Birthday" song for the band's frontman Brandon Boyd.
Brandon celebrated his 42nd birthday last February 15.
"You are all so sweet. Thank you so much," Brandon told his Pinoy fans.
The band continued rocking the stage with "Anna Molly," followed by "Glitterbomb."
Another concert highlight was their performance of "Megalomaniac" from their 2003 album A Crow Left Of Murder.
Concertgoers sang along as the band performed "Paper Shoes" and "Wish You Were Here."
Their setlist included the songs "State of the Art," "Pardon Me," "Circles," "Echo," "Pantomime," and "Sick Sad Little World."
"Stellar" followed shortly, which was probably one of Kean and Chynna's favorite performances of the night.
Incubus also included a cover of "Need You Tonight" by INXS on their set list.
The last few songs included "No Fun," "Loneliest," and "Make No Sound in the Digital Forest."
The fans felt that the band was already bidding their farewell when they performed the song "Nice to Know You."
The band ended their set with "Drive."
Of course, their concert wouldn't be complete without encore performances.
The band returned on stage after concertgoers chanted "We want more!"
Ultimately, Incubus ended their Manila concert with "Quicksand" and "A Kiss to Send Us Off."