It was a night to remember at New Frontier Theatre!
Simple Plan had a blast for a sold-out show in New Frontier Theatre last March 10 for the South East Asia leg of their “Harder Than It Looks Tour.”
The full house show was presented by Wilbros Live.
The Canadian pop-punk band played a total of 20 songs including their radio staples.
They started the show with “I’d Do Anything,” which pumped everyone up in the venue. It was followed by “Shut Up” and “Jump.”
The venue was filled with people singing the song “Jet Lag.” Since they have been known for keeping up a party, it never stopped with “Your Love Is A Lie.”
What would a Simple Plan concert be without their debut effort? “Addicted” later follows through. The party continues with “Suck at Love.”
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Apart from being known for their bouncing tunes, Simple Plan also expresses social relevance via their songs. It was a treat for attendees to sing “Welcome To My Life” live. Then comes a fresher release with “Iconic.”
Then after a quick break, they did continue the concert with “Summer Paradise,” “Congratulations,” “Crazy,” and “Wake Me Up.”
What’s a party without a medley? They keep it pumping covering Smashmouth’s “All-star,” Avril Lavigne’s “Sk8er Boi,” and The Killers’ “Mr. Brightside.”
Simple Plan finished it with “Scooby Doo,” and their easy-core song “Where I Belong.”
Of course, New Frontier Attendees wouldn’t leave the place not being able to sing their most iconic song. They did ask for an encore.
They entered the stage once more with the songs “Antidote,” and “Can’t Keep.”
After that, they played another classic called “I’m Just A Kid.” On the bridge part of the song, Pierre Bouvier traded spots with drummer Chuck Comeau. Comeau later stage-dived through a sea of pop-punk kids in the venue.
The song “Perfect” caps off the night. An acoustic sing-along was offered to fans of all ages, as they wave a sea of light throughout the theatre.
Following the concert at New Frontier Theatre, they flew to Davao City to continue their tour.
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