Confirmed – Charice Solo Concert in Doha on September 29, 2011

Confirmed – Charice Solo Concert in Doha on September 29, 2011

CONCERT VIDEOS ADDED! Chasters in the Middle East are really eager to have Charice over for a live performance. They have gotten their hopes up last month when “concert organizers” in Dubai put out a press release for an October 7 concert there. But Charice herself denied on Twitter that she’ll be flying to Dubai in between her David Foster and Friends concerts. Because of this, Chasters became wary of “concerts” announced by organizers from the Middle East.

Just yesterday, there was a lot of buzz regarding the concert Charice will be doing in Doha, but of course, her fans didn’t believe this right away because of the previous Dubai debacle. Confirmation coming from Charice herself or her camp would be the only thing that could assure fans of this concert’s legitimacy.

doha1 Confirmed   Charice Solo Concert in Doha on September 29, 2011

Fans’ prayers were answered when a list of upcoming Charice events were put up on the artist’s official page on Facebook just an hour ago – included in that list is the September 29 concert in Doha, Qatar. The Doha Concert has also been added to Charice’s official website in the “Tour Dates” page. This date is very believable since it’s almost a month before the start of her almost non-stop performances for the David Foster

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and Friends Asia Tour. Screen Shot 2011 08 22 at 19.17.16 Confirmed   Charice Solo Concert in Doha on September 29, 2011This is the first ever concert that Charice has done in Qatar. The two-hour performance will be held at the Khalifa Stadium Track in Doha’s Aspire Zone. The show will start at 8:00 p.m. but the gates will open at 5:00 p.m. There will also be some short opening acts before Charice hits the stage. Tickets are priced at 350 QR for spots near the stage and at 150 QR for regular ones. You can buy tickets at Regency Travel and Tours outlets. For more information, you can contact or call 44279060. The concert organizer is Golden Relations Twitter spy, How to hack messages in iphone. , which has experience in bringing over international acts like the WWE Wrestlemania Revenge Tour. Hopefully, they’ll do a great job in hosting a superstar like Charice. By Sofia Carrera,

131 Responses to “Confirmed – Charice Solo Concert in Doha on September 29, 2011”

  1. Martin S says:

    Well, I missed it, I would be in touch if there is one more concert.

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  2. justjames says:
    Hey fools. Why don’t you just stop the wrong grammar, the bad English, the inappropriate dress, the tired voice etc. etc. etc. that you are throwing to Charice and her faithful fans. Leave us alone. If you crabsters can’t tolerate us just get lost and not watch her videos. I am sure you have not watch any of her shows anyway since you have no money. Do not read articles about her. Just get lost and explode into the outer space. You are just envious. Eat your heart out and stay out of our lives. If you want a good quality show, sound wise then watch her in person on her concert. If you are not blown away then you really are crab who have low mentality. You don’t belong to us. You are cancer in society. I rest my case.

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  3. luckime510 says:
    just want to share this.. for you Cha..
    “The Lord will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace and remain at rest”
    (Exodus 14:14, AMP)
    Todays Word: by ~~Joel Osteen~~ In life, we’re always going to have critics. We’ll always have difficult people who try to upset us and steal our peace and joy. But, you don’t have to respond to every critic. You can decide to take the high road and let God fight your battles for you.

    Sometimes, no… matter what you say or do, there are people who aren’t going to accept you. They just don’t want to be at peace with you. In fact, when Jesus sent out His disciples to certain homes, He told them to always speak peace over those homes. And then He said, in effect, “If they don’t receive the peace that you’re offering, then it will come back to you.” That tells me, if you will do your best to be at peace with people, even if they won’t take your peace, the good news is that peace will just come back to you. You’ll not only get your peace, but you’ll get their share as well! That’s double for your trouble! When you do the right thing no matter what is happening, God sees it and rewards it. So choose peace today and walk in the blessing He has for you!

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  4. camo says:
    brittany shut the hell up about her clothes were you there ,you are a fan withh ur inner crab .do u realise charice is comfortable in what she is wearing people like you make teens have serious body issues and low self esteem because of contant harrassing about their looks. charice do need to conform to be like gaga and the rest she is her own person so back and leave her alone get a damn life. dont need to conform.

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  5. Jaju says:
    Chasters go and google for charice gulf times. There you can read so much news about our Charice awesome performance in Katara. Be happy. She was in front page with pictures and beautiful article.

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  6. charchar says:
    here we go again…correcting grammar…why is it an ESL person always knows more than a native tounge english speaker? @chito if you are not clear what John said just say so…you did not understand it.

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  7. cancon says:
    vote for Charice on chartcentral..and…don’t forget Chasters!

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  8. emann says:
    @chito oh my goodness you are correcting grammar of others when your own grammar sucks?what a shame!!can’t believe these people have no shame.chasters here in charicemania are are acting as english guru and end up humiliating yourself

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  9. sandy says:
    The show was great… I was there standing 2.5 meters away from the stage, and I can’t find any reason to complain about her performnce. Charice is the best….

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  10. khatman says:
    I understand that the Doha concert was only 70 minutes as opposed to the advertised 2 hours. I don’t know if the promoters got the length of Charice’s concert wrong or Charice purposely shortened the number of songs. I checked her Twitter(Sept 30) and she was saying she was “under stress”, had a headache, and was exhausted. The girl is a workaholic but she needs to take a break. But with the DFF (Las Vegas) this may not happen. If she is really sick David should insist that she rest and recuperate instead of performing.

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  11. Nauba says:
    I only know 2 female recording artists (Beyonce and Celine) who have the means to personally produce their own shows. Both women are of sufficient stature and power, so as to be able to dictate the terms of their final product on stage. To prove this point, when Charice collaborated with Ryan Cayabyab on her Philippine production in the PICC Valentine Concert, each of Charice’s songs were vocally magnificent, and gave us a hint of where Charice will go, production wise, when her time comes. These most recent shows are somewhat studio “pre-packaged” to conform to a pre-established time slot, and must appeal to an eclectic international audience. The executives at Warner probably insist that the show format will have the look, taste, and feel of “Pop.” At her tender age, Charice must plug along smartly, until such time as she too, can begin to wield power over her brand.

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    • brittany says:
      The executives at Warner probably don’t care what Charice does in Qatar. She seems to have control of her own product there and was just another gig that her management team scheduled since she’s more in demand in areas with an Asian fan base. Not really in America unless she gets a hit song on her next CD. Warner is probably in “wait and see” mode.

      As for her voice, I’m sure it was amazing that the videos just don’t give justice to, but seriously what she was wearing was not flattering at all. I thought she tweeted about her new stylist and I thought “finally the girl’s getting some help!” She’s either not taking his advice or he oughtta be fired lol.

      Lady Gaga produces her own shows too. Along with Beyonce, their stage costumes/wardrobe are a big part of the show that adds to their overall popularity. I’ll just buy Charice’s CDs if the stage show doesn’t offer much originality or personality. She can’t be beat vocally at least. I love her voice and will always be a fan

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  12. mark says:
    it was an awesome perfomance. much better than most singers in US. but i kinda miss her singing big songs. even more when i hear her voice now at big notes it sounds so SCARILY amazing and she have more resonance than ever… cant wait her DFF concert. crossing fingers that she’ll be singing as long as your there! XD

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  13. dados says:
    Teen sensation Charice enthrals Doha audience
    By Peter Townson

    Fans of teenage singing sensation, Charice Pempengco were treated to a vocal masterclass on Thursday as the Filipina pop star took to the stage at Katara to perform in front of a crowd of around 5,000 people.
    The Filipino singer performed a wide variety of different songs, impressing the crowd with renditions of original material, but also reminding her fans of what first got her noticed by performing cover songs as well.
    From Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’ to Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston medleys, the young star performed songs from across genres and generations, providing a clear display of her vocal ability throughout. Charice, a YouTube sensation spotted and championed by Oprah Winfrey, has already achieved massive fame despite her young years, and she has collaborated with numerous stars who have highlighted her remarkable talent.She also featured on the musical hit TV show, Glee, which catapulted her to further fame and helped to increase her already significant fanbase.Thursday’s event was organised by Golden Relations and CEO Bilal Taha was delighted with the success of the concert.
    “It was amazing to have an international superstar in Qatar as the first female major artiste in the Katara Hall,” he said, adding “once again it shows that the entertainment scene in Qatar needs such events as the demand is very high here.”
    “We were proud to have Charice here and even more to have such a mixed crowd of different nationalities and ages at the event,” he added. Filipina fan, Lucy said that she was delighted to see Charice in concert in Qatar.“She has the most amazing voice. I have never heard anyone sing as well as she can,” she said, adding “as Filipinos we are so proud of her and it was amazing to get the chance to see her perform live here in Qatar.”
    “I really hope that we can see her again in Qatar in the future,” she said.British fan, Robert shared similar sentiments about the concert, declaring himself very impressed with the young singer’s voice.
    “The concert was exciting, it was good to see new talent coming to Doha and she has an amazing talent,” he told Gulf Times.
    Charice already had a huge following in Qatar, but her appearance here is sure to have won her even more fans, who will be hoping to get the chance to see her again in the future.

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  14. John Russell says:
    Every time she performs, she’s like very cool and passionate to her career, thinking that close performance beyond the horizons [globally] are being attended. She is a total performer in the world with her generation so to speak and for real – forever.

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    • chito says:

      Hidden due to low comment rating. Click here to see.

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      • Jojo says:
        Check your grammar before you check other’s.Your opening word alone you are dead wrong.What a crab.

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        • khatman says:
          chito also misspelled “vague”.

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        • justcharrie says:
          perhaps chito is trying to be a comedian…lol

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          • artemis gibran says:

            Hi justcharrice my friend.

            Nice to see you again. CHA was truly AMAZING!

            Next to conquer…EUROPE! Way to go CHA!

            Ooopppssss, well on second thought, she has already conquered Europe via Italy, and Paris and more…lol.

            BRAVASSIMA Nina Hija!

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      • tnt says:
        I think you are good in english but Im sure your IQ is low. I am sorry to tell that

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      • pochie says:
        @chito that was funny. Vauge (vague), you’re (your). Lol.

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      • Tsarisima says:
        Check yourself before you check others. It is “Your” not “You’re” and vauge is spelled VAGUE. You just failed English 101.

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      • Thomas James Norman says:
        This is obtusely ridiculous. Corrections:

        1) Your comment is vague, sir. (You’re is the the contraction of you and are. Your is a possessive pronoun and is always followed by a noun.

        2) “Vauge” is probably a word from your own dictionary. If you mean confusing, vague is the correct word.

        3) The use of “sir” is so antiquated. However, if it is used to show deference in a sentence addressed to a male person, a comma is used to separate “Sir” from the rest of the sentence.

        4) I don’t think you understand the differences among grammar, syntax and substance. Syntax is one among the sub-categories in grammar, which is the structure/order of words and phrases that provides both meaningful content and logical context in a sentence. Grammar is broader, as it comprises- aside from syntax- morphology, phonology and semantics.

        Substance essentially refers to the uses of nouns and unnecessary adjectives and adverbs in a sentence. A perfect example of a substance or a stand alone noun is your recommendation, “Please review grammar,” without the words syntax and substance. Grammar covers all prescriptive grammar rules that we have learned in grammar school but not including the descriptive rules- the more popular choice in teaching grammar in the last decade. “The snow is white,” is another example. We all know that snow cannot be any other color but white. Nevertheless, it is correct to use white to describe the snow’s whiteness over a span of days. “The falling snow is pristine white. Once the storm is over and traffic resumes as usual, the snow will look like mud.”

        5) Much appreciated is acceptable in informal writing. However, your critique of Russel’s post and advice to review grammar compels you to adhere to your request. You need to demonstrate that you are competent in English communication because of your allusion of having this competency. Concluding a post with “Much appreciated” is odd and wrong grammatically. It is better to write, “I would greatly appreciate if you review the grammar of your comment before posting (it).” The pronoun “it” is not necessary but using the pronoun”it” provides emphasis. You used much as an adverb to the verb appreciated. You can write, “Your attention to my advice will be much appreciated.” Although, this is grammatically correct, I am not so big with the usage of much as an adverb.

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        • charisten says:

          Hidden due to low comment rating. Click here to see.

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          • Jojo says:
            That was funny. Now it’s time to move on. Enought of this English subject.How about math this time….1×1=1 and only CHARICE.

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            • pochie says:

              I agrie, let’s moving on. Chito, you owe everybody an apology for hijacking this thread and turning the topic from Charice into a English composition class, lol. Anyway, that was a terrific performance once again by Charice. And as always, no matter how good her performance is, there are some who still think otherwise. Just can’t please everybody.

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      • MA Fan says:

        Wow Chito…you just got spanked by a lot of folks here. Honestly man…you had it coming, with comments like that and all. “Please review grammatical syntax”???? Are you serious?

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  15. artemushic says:
    And what about the David Foster & Friends Return2 in Las Vegas on Oct 1. Charice needs to be there too as she is among the headliners. With her hectic and busy schedule, Doha should atleast realized that they are fortunate to have Charice. But its understandable that they can’t have enough of her…chaddictive!!!

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  16. Chasterlei says:
    Charice’s heart-wrenching rendition of “The Truth Is” on Youtube now.

    “The truth is,” I’m just about to cry, overwhelmed with the emotions Charice renders in this song, any song as a matter of fact!

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  17. jhon says:
    charice defenitely had a good heart that really touched me,she was performing on stage then decided to go down the stage and reach the people in the front of the stage, then some of her handlers carried her and told her to go back to the stage but no charice run at the back of VIP space of the venue where the other audience are.just to let herself seen by others people closely…. :)

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  18. artemis gibran says:
    It is UNDENIABLE that CHA is really a STAR!

    Just be happy for her. she is an inspiration to many. DREAM your DREAMS…and DREAM BIG like CHA, you don’t know what might become REAL to you.

    Just thank your LUCKY star always. for CHA…she is not only GREAT and AMAZING…she is also very HARDWORKING and GENTLE and KIND. So please …how can you not love this little kid.

    Well WONDER GIRL, remember that I love you always. keep on shining…you can make it through the rain.

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  19. Nikki says:
    She should be called the OFW Princess, she should have gone to Hong Kong after Singapore, her OFW fans will be pleased there too ! Hope the HK concert falls on Sunday when everybody’s day-off from work.

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