Genre-blurring Artist Teddy Swims is Coming to Manila—Ticket Prices Here

Atlanta singer-songwriter Teddy Swims is coming to Manila for his 2023 Asia tour! It will be held at Samsung Hall, SM Aura Premier on August 3, 2023. 

Teddy Swims Manila tour 2023

Photo: Teddy Swims Facebook

Kicking off in the UK on July 6, the tour includes stops in Ireland, the Philippines, Singapore, Japan, and Australia before wrapping up in New Zealand on August 31. 

The announcement dropped after a banner year for Teddy. On the heels of his recent EPs Sleep Is Exhausting and Tough Love, the vocal powerhouse teamed up with Armin van Buuren and Matoma for the soaring dance anthem Easy to Love earlier this year. 

In 2022, he performed Don’t Stop Believin’ on America’s Got Talent with season 14 winner Kodi Lee, as well as Journey guitarist Neal Schon. He also lent his powerful pipes to ILLENIUM’s All That Really Matters, Meghan Trainor’s Bad For Me, and MK & Burns’ Better.

Promoted by AEG Presents Asia and Insignia Presents, tickets to Teddy Swims Live in Manila are priced at PHP 2,650 for Floor Standing and PHP 1,910 for Balcony (Prices are exclusive of ticketing charges). 

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General on sale will start on May 27, 2023 at 10 AM via or at SM Tickets outlets nationwide. 

Teddy Swims Manila tour

After dedicating his life to music as a kid, Teddy Swims—a.k.a. Atlanta native Jaten Dimsdale—unassumingly knocked on the door of stardom and claimed the payoff of a decades-long grind in 2019. Broadcasting covers from a makeshift bedroom studio, he lit up the Internet with hundreds of millions of views and a following of over 4 million. 

Teddy fashioned a show-stopping signature style out of soaring soul, intimate R&B, rock energy, and hip-hop swagger all uplifted by his earthquaking vocals. Leaving tastemakers, such as American SongwriterBillboardFlaunt, and Idolator and living legends like Shania Twain speechless, Rolling Stone christened him a 2021 Artist To Watch.

Simultaneously, he went from covering his idols on YouTube to performing original music of his own on national television.