Philippine pop princess Sarah Geronimo.
PHOTO BY VIVA FILMS
DUBAI – Fans of Filipino pop star Sarah Geronimo can’t contain their excitement as her biggest concert in Dubai draws closer.
The star will be celebrating 15 years of music in her This Is Me global tour, with a stop in Dubai on September 20.
Mark Bautista, Xian Lim, and the Gforce Dancers are her special guests at the concert at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium.
Responding to a Facebook post by Expatmedia.net, Popsters, as Sara’s fans are called, have expressed their delight at seeing the star back in Dubai. Her last concert in the emirate was in 2014 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Kristine Mae Maranan Bonifacio said she loves all of Geronimo’s songs, but “love to sing and dance to her song Tala“. “She is my ultimate idol since I was a teenager,” Bonifacio said.
Bernadita Medillo, 71, said that watching Sarah would make her September birthday complete. Another fan who has been “dying to see Sarah G” is Vivica Lyn Carbonilla Buo, who said she has wanted to see the singer in person since high school.
Ezra Lucaberte teased that seeing Sarah in concert would “make my sister jealous coz shes a popster in the Philippines😀😀😀 [sic]”.
Aaron Chiu Eblamo said he and his wife are avid fans of Sarah. “Her songs are like our cup of tea at home! Our all time favorites, which happen to be our theme songs, is The Gift and Forever’s Not Enough,” Eblamo shared.
After the Dubai leg of her global tour, Sarah will be flying to Nagoya, Japan for a concert on October 7, with special guests Ronnie Liang, Sam Concepcion, and the G-Force Dancers. ICA/Expat Media
What: This is Me Live in Dubai
When: September 20, doors open at 6pm
Where: Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium
Contact: 0526680975 or 0585437737
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