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The Vamps, Before You Exit, The Tide, William Singe electrify both MOA Arena and Twitter

British pop band The Vamps, American pop bands The Tide and Before You Exit, and Australian Youtube sensation William Singe lit up MOA Arena last Saturday, January 30, 2016 during the 3LOGY concert presented by Music Management International. This was the Philippine leg of The Vamps’ Wake Up World Tour. ‘Crazy’ would be an understatement for what transpired inside MOA Arena during the concert; the show was INSANELY AWESOME, the crowd was WILD, the boys were SCORCHING HOT (well, this one’s according to sentiments gathered from female fans randomly asked throughout the entire concert). The energy was so over the top that sometime during the concert, MOA Arena’s temperature rose several degrees. That, or the air conditioning failed to keep up with the youthful spirit radiated by the bands and the audience. Definitely a night to remember for Pinoy fans of these gifted kids.

The excitement and amazing musicality crossed over to Twitter, setting the microblogging platform ablaze when fans excitedly shared photos and videos of the boys onstage. And with that, allow us to show you the highlights of the concert, as told via Twitter:

William Singe opened the show:

William was obviously happy with how it all turned out:

And then, it was Before You Exit’s turn on stage:

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