PBA games are usually played at the Big Dome or popularly called Araneta Colosseum. I watched a PBA game once, could not clearly remember if I was in Upper Box A or B. But the ticket price was 75 pesos each. That was in 2007. I was with my two other friends.
Here are a bit of information about Araneta Colosseum. The images were taken from the AranetaÂ Colosseum website, just in case their site is down, you can still view it here.
The location and direction of and to Araneta Colosseum, click here.
Araneta Colosseum Seating Capacity and Information click here.
For PBA games and schdules:
Visit the official PBA website.
Or you can contact or visit the PBA office:
186 E. Rodriquez Jr. Avenue, Libis, Q.C.
Fax No. +63.2.6347584
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Avril Lavigne’s concert in Manila will be on September 3, 2008. It is part of her “The Best Damn Tour 2008″
Venue is at the Big Dome (Araneta Colosseum), starts at 8pm. Click here for location.
Seat and Ticket Price:
PATRON VIP (101,103 1ST 20 ROWS) (Reserved Seating) P10500
PATRON (Reserved Seating) P6750
LOWER BOX (Reserved Seating) P 5250
UPPER BOX A (Reserved Seating) P2850
UPPER BOX B (Free Seating) P1400
GENERAL ADMISSION (Free Seating) P 600
For online ticket reservation, visit Ticketnet.
I hope this is not too late.
Confessional showing in Robinson’s Galeria until August 19, 2008. This schedule is for Metro Manila only.
I have watched it today. Personally, it’s currently the most entertaining local Philippine movie. It has been one year and eight months since i last watched a tagalog movie, and it sucked. But this last one, did not.
Manuel L. Quezon was inaugurated president on November, 1935. Considered to be the first Filipino President of the Philippine Commonwealth under the United States.
He was famous for his remarks:
“I prefer a country run like hell by Filipinos to a country run like heaven by Americans. Because, however bad a Filipino government might be, we can always change it.”
I don’t necessarily agree with that quote above, and i’m not being a US suck up.
He redeemed himself by saying this:
“My loyalty to my party ends where my loyalty to my country begins.”
I was blessed to have been invited in the opening of Philippine Football Federation’s House of Football last August 2, 2008. I was also fortunate to have captured FIFA President Sepp Blatter, using my Nikon D40. I even caught him yawning, probably jet lag tired.
The PFF House of Football is in Pasig City, standing on a corner lot and can be found at the end of the following streets: Capt. Henry P. Javier, Danny Floro Canley Road, Hill Crest Drive and Christian Route.
How to get there: From EDSA or crossing then go to at the end of Shaw boulevard. If you see rows of motels, then you’re already close to the PFF house.
Bin Hammam answering questions while Blatter yawning at the back.