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Sarah G gives fans exclusive look at ‘Tala’ concert

Pop Queen Sarah Geronimo is back in the limelight as she treats fans to a one-night-only event for Tala: The Film Concert, premiering on KTX.PH, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV on March 27.

Sarah G gives fans exclusive look at ‘Tala’  concert
Taped at the Araneta Coliseum in December, fans will have the chance to witness the highly-anticipated film concert of Sarah Geronimo entitled ‘Tala,’ inspired by her massive hit of the same name that became one of the biggest songs of the decade. 
Named after her smash hit, the two-hour film offers a live concert experience where fans will get to see the star perform 18 songs including her fresh interpretations of “Kilometro,” “Ikot-ikot” and “Isa Pang Araw.” A surprise guest also joins Sarah on stage for two special numbers.

Viewers can now purchase regular tickets for P1,500 and VVIP tickets for P3,000. VVIP ticket holders will be treated to a special interaction segment with Sarah via Zoom.

iWantTFC users in the Philippines can also purchase regular tickets priced at P1,500 via web on iwanttfc.com and the Android app. Fans outside the Philippines, meanwhile, can get regular tickets for $29.99 on iWantTFC and TFC IPTV.

Produced by Viva Entertainment, Tala: The Film Concert was taped last December at the Araneta Coliseum. It is directed by Paul Basinillo, with Louie Ocampo as the musical director and Georcelle Dapat-Sy as the creative director.

Watch Sarah G’s return to the concert stage in Tala: The Film Concert, at 8:00 p.m. (Manila time). 

Topics: Sarah Geronimo , Tala: The Film Concert , “Kilometro” , “Ikot-ikot” , “Isa Pang Araw"
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