IN PHOTOS: FOSTER THE PEOPLE LIVE AT THE KIA THEATER
American band Foster the People dropped a massive dance bomb when they hit the stage of Kia Theater last night. Concert-goers, literally, swarmed the front of the theater orchestra section as soon as lead singer Mark Foster hit the stage.
Mark and his bandmates mesmerized their young crowd with loud drums and squealing synths played from multiple instruments. There were too many synths onstage that you'll probably have a headache if you kept note of what synth is being played by whom, in a good way tee-hee.
There were also two drum sets that kept the intensity of the show in high gear until the end.
One highlight of the show is when Mark shared a Filipino connection he holds close to his heart. He explained that both his father and grandfather spent some time in the Philippines before. He even said that he considers it as a cool thing to be the third generation of Foster coming back to Manila. At the end of the show, Mark stayed after lights on to shake hands with fans and sign some autographs! what a sweetie pie!
The Philippine leg of Sacred Hearts Club promo tour is Foster the People's second visit to Manila following their concert at the Araneta Coliseum back in 2012. "Sacred Hearts Club" includes songs such as "Sit Next To Me" and "Pay the Man."
Foster the People in Manila Setlist: