Sarah Geronimo makes a Big Dome comeback this May
Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo enters a new chapter in her career as she marks her 20th anniversary in the business with a new concert and new role.
To celebrate this milestone, the multi-hyphenate artist will be holding a concert at the Araneta Coliseum this May 12. The show will be helmed by concert director Paolo Valenciano and no less than Geronimo herself.
This is the first time that Geronimo will direct her own concert!
Tickets for the concert are currently on sale and range from P600 for general admission to P15,000 for SVIP with meet and greet.
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Sarah Geronimo and the Big Dome
While she has had several concerts in her spanning career, Geronimo was last seen at the Big Dome in February 2020. She and Regine Velasquez headlined a concert titled “Unified.”
Her last solo show in Araneta took place on April 14, 2018 for her 15th anniversary show titled “This I5 Me.” The said show has been declared as the highest-grossing local concert in history.
Geronimo’s last concert, however, happened at the height of the pandemic. Her much-supported digital concert titled “Tala: The Film Concert” took place in March 27, 2021.
Popsters, also known as Geronimo’s fans, couldn’t contain their excitement for her significant concert return. So much so that her name even landed on the top Twitter trending topics on March 16. This happened just a few minutes after Viva Live posted the official concert announcement.
Apart from her occasional appearances on “ASAP Natin ‘To,” the “Dati-Dati” singer has kept a low profile since she married Matteo Guidicelli in 2020.
The couple recently celebrated their third-year anniversary last month. Guidelli posted a video of their US trip on his Instagram account with a special greeting for his wife.
“To the love of my life, HAPPY 3 years of marriage!” Guidicelli captioned the post.
“Looking forward to many more travels, laughs, adventures, food trips, road trips and just experiencing life with you! Thank you for being you! Thank you for the love and care!” he added.
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