Hallo Hallo Entertainment, producers of the Manila-based idol group MNL48, has announced on Sunday that they will be bringing three Japanese idols as opening act for the group's first major concert this April.
Japanese talent agency Space Craft Produce has announced through their official website on Wednesday that the All-female singing group Kalafina is set to disband.
AKB48's Manila-based sister group MNL48 is set to have another achievement, as they hold their first major concert this coming April, titled MNL48 First Generation: Living The Dream Concert.
Events organizer Primetrade Asia has announced on Tuesday that the Japanese idol group Starmarie will once again return to the country to perform at The Best of Anime 2019.
A new Senbatsu roster for MNL48's upcoming third single was announced on Sunday during the idol group's Valentine Mini Live event held at Movie Stars Cafe in Eton Centris, Quezon City.
MNL48 proved that being new to the idol group scene doesn't stop them from giving an impressive performance as they conquered the international stage at the recently concluded AKB48 Group Asia Festival 2019 held at the Impact Arena, Bangkok, Thailand last January 27.
Japan's much-awaited annual television event in New Year's Eve is finally happening tonight! The 69th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen (NHK Red & White Song Battle) is broadcasting live throughout Japan and Around the World, featuring some of Japan's biggest music acts.
Japanese idol group AKB48 will join its six sister groups, including MNL48, in their first-ever joint concert to be held at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand on January 27, 2019.
Singapore-based anime licensor ODEX has confirmed on Friday that the musical event Love Live! Sunshine!! 4th LoveLive! ~Sailing to the Sunshine~ will have a delayed viewing in cinemas in Southeast Asia.
Following the announcement of the upcoming second single at a mall show in Muntinlupa City on Saturday, MNL48 has revealed in a Facebook post its new Senbatsu lineup.