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Sunday, January 20, 2019
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End 2018 on a high note: Jessica Sanchez live in Cebu

SINGER Jessica Sanchez will be having her first concert here in the Queen City of the Philippines this Thursday, Dec. 20 at the Pacific Grand Ballroom of Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino.

The “American Idol” (Season 11) Filipino Mexican American star is known for her soulful renditions of classics, including the Whitney Houston showstopper “I Will Always Love You.” The concert this Thursday will not only feature a playlist of Sanchez’s winning pieces from “American Idol” but also some of her original compositions.

“I want to bring back my ‘American Idol’ days and have the crowd reminisce the good old days with me,” said Sanchez during a press conference with Cebu media.

Special guests during the show include Ryan Tamondong and Jacky Chang. There are other surprise guests also slated to perform during the concert organized and produced by Pixie Dust Creations, RST Entertainment and 8to8 Productions.

Sanchez is ready to serenade Cebuanos, and the audience can expect not only quality entertainment but also a journey of discovering Sanchez’s venture into songwriting; the singer is set to release a new album in 2019.

“I am excited to share my stories, my feelings and my experiences with the crowd through the album that I am currently working on,” added Sanchez.

For ticket inquiries, visit Pixie Dust Creations’s Facebook page or call 0927-531-2844. Tickets are available at SM Ticket outlets nationwide via www.ticketworld.com.ph and at the ticket booth of Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino.


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