SB19, A’TIN Reunite During Wish 107.5 Roadshow

SB19, A’TIN Get Impromptu Reunion During Wish 107.5 Roadshow

Fans of P-pop sensation SB19 trooped to Eton Centris in Quezon City on Feb. 21 to catch their idols’ live performance on the iconic Wish 107.5 Bus in an impromptu reunion between the A’TIN members and the five-piece boyband.

As can be seen in photos and videos that circulated on social media, fans gathered in front of Eton Centris yesterday afternoon as they sang along with Pablo, Josh, Justin, Ken, and Stell to hit songs such as “Bazinga.” Pablo and Ken a.k.a. FELIP also performed their singles live for the first time.

This is SB19’s second performance aboard Wish Bus and the first live show with A’TIN, which refers to the group’s fans, since 2020.

As of writing, the hashtag #SB19BackInTheWishBus is the top trending topic on Twitter Philippines, racking up more than 600,000 tweets.

Following the live show, the members of the boy group expressed their gratitude to fans in separate tweets.

Stell reminded fans to change clothes and take a bath once they get home, as well as hydrate before going to sleep.

Pablo, the group’s leader, thanked fans especially those who traveled from the province, as well as those who cleaned up the venue after the show.

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