Just how “Huli” is the Eraserheads’ “Huling El Bimbo” reunion concert?

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Another decade has passed, which means an Eraserheads reunion is in order. The iconic Filipino rock band, who can apparently stand each other for only a day, will reunite on December 12, 2022, at the SMDC Festival Grounds in Paranaque City.

Titled “Huling El Bimbo”, the event poster was shared by the group’s four members: Buddy Zabala, Raymund Marasigan, Ely Buendia, and Marcus Adoro on their respective Instagrams.

Ticket details are expected to drop soon at eraserheads2022.ph based on the material.

 

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The Eheads last reunited in 2009 with “The Final Set”, years after a much-publicized breakup in 2002. The split, along with the enduring popularity of their songs, would become the stuff of urban legends, which Buendia would later clarify in a podcast in 2021.

Given the band’s eternal influence and impact on the OPM scene, it’s safe to assume we haven’t seen the last of the Eraserheads. Not that we’re complaining; “Ligaya”, “Pare Ko”, and the rest are hits for a reason. In an era of reboots, remakes, and nostalgia-driven content, just how “Huli” is the “Huling El Bimbo” really?

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