LOOK: Pentatonix Wows Manila with Awesome A Capella

It's been years since the trendy group choir concept dominated television and the big screen, with hit titles like Glee and Pitch Perfect making group singing and a capella talent more popular than ever.

Pentatonix brings their World Tour to Manila

American vocal group Pentatonix got their big break after winning a singing competition show back in 2011 and is proving that a capella is here to stay -- just check out their roster of awards and multi-platinum sales, plus their massive following online (they have over 17 million YouTube subscribers). Pentatonix (or PTX) is comprised of vocalists Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola, and Matt Sallee. With every member a master of their voice, it's no surprise that singing as a group delivers incredible harmonies -- the kind of music that's always feel good and uplifting. This group proves that a capella is here to stay.

Scott Hoying
Mitch Grassi
Kirstin Maldonado
Kevin Olusola
Matt Sallee

It wasn't much of a surprise that the group performed to a incredibly hyped up audience of screaming fans at the Araneta Coliseum last Saturday, February 8 -- their vocal prowess was on point, beat-boxing insanely cool -- the concert a spectacular night of showcasing the superstars that they are.

From performing killer modern-pop covers to belting out harmonious original songs, here are some scenes from Pentatonix: The World Tour Live in Manila:

PTX kicked off the concert with their popular Daft Punk medley 

They heat things up with their a capella cover of Camila Cabello's Havana

Scott, Mitch, and Kirstin, the founding members of Pentatonix
Kevin stuns the audience with his solo cello beatbox (he was beatboxing while playing the cello!)
PTX singing Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody
The concert ended with a soulful, powerful performance of Hallelujah

--

Pentatonix: The World Tour in MANILA is presented by Wilbros Live. #PTXTheWorldTour #PTXManila2020 @WilbrosLIVE @PTXofficial 

  • Share on
More from ClickTheCity

Editor's Picks