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Parokya Ni Edgar - Down Under Tour - Sydney

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Parokya Ni Edgar - Down Under Tour - Sydney

4:00pm, Sun 18 August, 2024
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Parokya Ni Edgar - Down Under Tour - Sydney

PAROKYA NI EDGAR is a multi-award winning Filipino alternative rock band formed in 1993. Originally called, “Comic Relief”, the band is composed of Chito Miranda (lead vocals), Gab Chee Kee (guitars), Darius Semana (guitars), Buwi Meneses (bass) and Dindin Moreno (drums). The band is famous for their original “novelty” hits such as “Mr. Suave”, “Buloy”, “Please Don’t Touch My Birdie”, “Inuman Na”, “Halaga”, “Picha Pie” and “Harana”. 


MAINSTREAM SUCCESS:

Having numerous chart-topping hit songs, biggest-selling albums and multitudes of awards including the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards "Southeast Asia Viewer's Choice Awards" (Harana), Parokya Ni Edgar is undoubtedly one of the biggest bands ever to come out in OPM (Original Pilipino Music) history. Thus, their legion of loyal fans and media alike dubbed them as the “Pambansang Banda ng Pilipinas” (The National Band of the Philippines) In 2014, Parokya Ni Edgar was awarded the MYX Magna Award, the second band ever to receive such prestigious award (The first was the Eraserheads in 2009).