It was December last year when Charice talked about in an interview about doing an Asia-Pacific tour, with stops in Hawaii, Singapore, Korea, and possibly Dubai. Charice didn’t reveal any specific details, so it’s great that two stops have now been confirmed: Hong Kong and Singapore.
Charice will perform first in Singapore on March 5, 2012, 8 p.m. at the Kallang Theater. Tickets were on sale starting today. They can be bought from all Sistic Outlets or through the Sistic website. Checkout the event poster below for more details:
The Hong Kong leg of the Infinity Tour is scheduled on March 19, 2012, 8 p.m. at the Star Hall, Kitec. Tickets are available from the HK Ticketing website. See the event poster below for more details:
2012 will surely be a big year for Charice with her Infinity Tour plus the release of her Infinity album in America. So keep on coming back to Charicemania for updates on Charice and which additional countries will be included in her tour.
During her trip to Singapore for a two day performance at the Formula 1 Grand Prix, Charice also did a one-on-one interview with BBC Worldwide. And after just two weeks, BBC anchor Rico Hizon reveals that the interview will be aired on October 13, 2011, Thursday. That’s just four days away, so Chasters, are you excited?
Rico Hizon also made some photos that were taken during the interview available to the public. Seeing the 9 photos (posted below) gives us an excellent sneak peek for the upcoming interview. Rico Hizon’s captions for each photo are also included (though some have the same captions).
Charice is so articulate and confident and more importantly down to earth!
The BBC World News Interview! She was flawless and intelligent in answering my questions!
Despite her jet lag she was smiling through out our hour long conversation.
She looks great and sings great! Kudos Charice!
She sang for BBC here with her musical director Troy!
She even played the piano for the BBC! She is so talented!
As you have read above, Hizon seems really amazed by Charice’s answers to his questions, her overall attitude, how she looks, and of course, her talent. Everyone would really agree on his observations as Charice does look sensational in the photos. Plus, Charice singing while playing the piano? That’s something big to look forward to!
So check back here again on the 13th or 14th for the video of Charice’s interview with BBC Worldwide.
Last year’s Formula 1 Grand Prix in Singapore was a big hit with both locals and tourists. Tickets were all sold out for the races and the main concert event headlined by Mariah Carey. This year, Singapore aims for another successful run of their Formula 1 Grand Prix – and it looks like they’re heading in the right direction as 80% of the targeted ticket sales are already achieved. Read the full story
In an interview with HollywoodLife.com last June 14, Charice talked about the reasons why the “Louder” music video is not yet being made. Aside from prioritizing the “One Day” music video, she also mentioned something about going to Singapore. Charice didn’t elaborate about her Singapore trip, and there are no recent tweets about it on her Twitter account. But further searching on the web will lead you to various tidbits of info on this mysterious event – it turns out that Charice will be doing a show in Singapore. Read the full story
“Everything that David Foster touches turns into gold and sometimes platinum.” It’s an understatement. On his recent visit to Singapore, last leg of The David Foster and Friends Asian Tour, 15 time Grammy award winner, “The Hitman” had an exclusive interview with Suzanne Jung of Channel News Asia’s Primetime Morning. Read the full story
Charice’s Week in Review is a Weekly Series on CM to help you follow Charice’s hectic schedule. Each Monday, we will post a concise review of the past week’s events. We realize many Chasters: have limited time, or may miss something good with so many Charice events to follow. Think of this as medicine for Chadiction. Read the full story
(SINGAPORE) Last night, Charice the tiny-but-talented girl surprised every single person in the tiny-but-elegant stadium of this tiny-but-affluent island nation.
Charice performed as part of the David Foster and Friends Asian Tour, which is now in Singapore – its fifth and final leg. This sold-out installment coincides with the Singapore Sun Festival, a month-long national event.
Mild applause ensued after her first number, “Power of Love”, something that can be at best described as a gesture of kindness from the very poised pack. Read the full story
(SINGAPORE) Charice and the rest of the performers in the David Foster and Friends Asian Tour, has just reached another historic milestone, a day before their first concert in this extremely tiny but incredibly prosperous island nation.
All concert tickets for the whole tour have been sold out.
At 6:00 PM today, Sistic’s ticketing database indicated that tickets for the Saturday (October 30) concert were already unavailable. However, several single-seat upper-tier VIP tickets for the Friday (October 29) concert were still up for sale. Read the full story
ANNOUNCEMENT: Team Charicemania would like to thank all Chasters who joined our contest. The winners will be announced here as soon as possible. Enjoy the concerts in all these asian cities. Goodluck to our dear princess Charice too. -Schoen
Get ready – Tokyo, Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta and Singapore Chasters – Charice is coming soon! Charicemania has arranged an exclusive interview with Charice to be hosted at her official website charicemusic.com with questions asked by the Chasters themselves.
Chasters who come up with the most original, zaniest, quirkiest questions, ideas or “whatever,” to ask, have the chance to win exclusive, limited edition Charicemania cap (not for sale) plus other surprise prizes. Read the full story
Acclaimed Canadian singer, songwriter and producer David Foster will head out on a 5-city Asian trek this fall. Asian fans will be treated to a full, big concert together with his world-class artists such as Natalie Cole, Charice, Peter Cetera, Ruben Studdard and The Canadian Tenors. The “David Foster and Friends” tour will begin Oct. 19 in Tokyo, Japan visiting theaters and arenas in major markets throughout the South East Asia. Read the full story
JUNE 19 UPDATE – POSTPONED! Breaking news…International singing sensation Charice has been added to the star-studded lineup for the inaugural FAITH The Concert in Singapore on 28th July 2010. Charice joins the previously-announced headliners Sonicflood, Point Of Grace and Corrinne May, for one night of live inspirational music. Read the full story
Charice is not only becoming known in US but also in Asia. She will have tours to promote her album in some Asian countries in the next months. Read the two articles from Malaysia and Singapore.
COVER STORY: Charice set to soar
SHE first opened our eyes and ears as a young girl with powerful vocals on the stage of The Oprah Winfrey Show, which led to her moving duet with prominent songstress Celine Dion and, most recently, her performance of her chart-topping single Note To God. Read the full story
The rise of a young Filipina Diva Charice Pempengco — The rising pop stars today are a bunch of high-school kids. How they rose to stardom is no longer rocket science. David Archuleta, 19 became popular from American Idol even though he lost; Justin Bieber, 15 from Canada was discovered on YouTube and signed by R&B superstar, Usher. Late bloomer, Zee Avis 23 from Malaysia, too owned her break into the U.S. to YouTube. Read the full story