IN PHOTOS: In The Mix 2017 wows concert goers with an epic lineup of performances


Many music lovers dream of watching their favorite singers and bands perform together in one epic and unforgettable concert. Luckily for some of these individuals, their dream turned into reality when record-selling bands like DNCE and 5 Seconds of Summer, hit the stage for In The Mix 2017!

Last August 17, In The Mix 2017 united international sensations, Daya, Dua Lipa, DNCE, Two Door Cinema Club, Zara Larsson and 5 Seconds of Summer at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, to deliver groundbreaking performances like no other.

Here are some highlights from the event:   

Daya jumpstarted In The Mix 2017 with her hit song, “Sit Still, Look Pretty.”

Daya also teased the crowd that she’d once again like to return to the Philippines with a concert of her own. And we definitely can’t wait for that to happen! 😍

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Following Daya’s performance, Dua Lipa made her way to the stage and wowed everyone with her amazing vocals.

She sang “Hotter than Hell,” “Blow your mind” and “Be The One” during her stint at In The Mix 2017.

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The crowd quickly got to their feet and danced to the music of DNCE.

The band fronted by Joe Jonas, sang “Body Moves,” “Toothbrush,” “Pay My Rent” and “Kissing Strangers” and “Cake by the Ocean.” In addition to singing songs from their album, they also surprised fans with a unique cover of Spice Girls’s “Wannabe.”

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Then, Two Door Cinema Club impressed the crowd with their smooth music.

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Zara Larsson kept the momentum going with some of her hit songs. Here she is slayin’ it with “Sundown!”

Although Larsson had to leave in the middle of her setlist (she supposedly wasn’t feeling well), she made up for it with kickass performances that made concert goers go gaga over her vocals and dance moves!

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Photo Courtesy of MMI Live

Finally, the concert ended with a lively performance from 5 Seconds of Summer.

Their set included fan favorites like “Amnesia” and “Hey Everybody.”

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