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This 15 Me World Tour

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This 15 Me
Tour by Sarah Geronimo
File:Sarah Geronimo's This 15 Me Live in Manila concert poster.jpg
Promotional poster for Manila show
ArrangerLouie Ocampo
Associated albumThis 15 Me
Start dateApril 14, 2018 (2018-04-14)
Legs5
No. of shows
  • 6 in the Philippines
  • 6 in United States
  • 3 in Canada
  • 3 in Middle East
  • 1 in East Asia
Guests
  • Mark Bautista
  • Billy Crawford
  • Xian Lim
  • Daniel Padilla
  • James Reid
  • G-Force
ProducerVIVA Live Inc.
Sarah Geronimo concert chronology
  • "The Great Unknown: Unplugged"
    (2016)
  • This 15 Me
    (2018)

Listen to this concert This 15 Me World Tour or buy cd/DVDs of this concert on amazon

This 15 Me is the promotional world tour for Sarah Geronimo's thirteenth studio album of the same name. It also celebrates Geronimo's fifteenth year in the showbiz industry. She kicked off the tour in Manila which set the record for Highest Grossing Local Concert held in Smart Araneta Coliseum in history.[citation needed] Netflix acquired the rights to stream the concert film starting in August 2019 making Geronimo the first Southeast Asian artist to have a concert film on the said platform.[citation needed] Part of the show's setlist are the songs from the album, "Sandata" "Ganito" and "Duyan." BPO company Convergys bought the Cebu show as part of their Made by You 15th anniversary concert series. On other tour stops, the show was called "Sarah G Live! This 15 Me" or simply "Sarah G Live!"[1][2]

Development[edit]

The tour is in celebration of Geronimo's 15th year in showbiz industry which started in 2002 when she joined and later won the television singing contest Star for A Night that led to more success for Geronimo throughout her career. The concert was announced in February 1, 2018 prior to the surprise release of her thirteenth full length album of the same name. Other concert dates were announced on the night of Manila show.[3]

Background[edit]

James Reid, Xian Lim, Billy Crawford, Mark Bautista and Daniel Padilla performed with Geronimo at her three-hour show. Ronnie Liang and Sam Concepcion joined her on succeeding shows in the Philippines and abroad. During the Manila show, Geronimo's fans called "Popsters" filled the arena with red lights as a surprise for Geronimo. Geronimo herself was the first local artist to achieve this feat during her 2015 concert From the Top.[4]

Reception[edit]

Despite having less promotion, the concert managed to set a new record for Geronimo.[citation needed] As an addition to her record as the youngest solo artist to hold a show in Smart Araneta at the age of 16, Geronimo with her This 15 Me Concert broke the record for the Highest Grossing Local Concert in History.[citation needed] The hashtag #SarahGeronioThis15MeConcert trended on Twitter Philippines at number one on the day of the concert with over 200,000 tweets.[citation needed] Various recorded performances from the said show also landed on YouTube Philippines trends including her performances for Dulo, Tala, I Have Nothing and I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing while her take for the dance challenge Dame tu Cosita went viral on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.[citation needed]

Critical Reception[edit]

Manila[edit]

Writing for ABS-CBN News, Sheila Reyes said that there was never a dull moment during the show and the momentum was kept up throughout the night.[5] Allan Policarpio of Inquirer.net praised Geronimo's birit-medley number saying "Just because she doesn’t do it as much doesn’t mean she can’t handle big diva songs anymore. She sounded solid in Natural Woman And in I Have Nothing."[6] "Sarah proves (as if we had any doubt) that she's the country's popstar princess" Rappler.com said.[7]

Dubai[edit]

Chris Newbould from The National reviewed the show, praising Geronimo's talent and despising the event's support acts and commercialism probably due to Geronimo's constant pauses to thank the myriad sponsors and producer, "Geronimo rescues a strange evening" Newbould said. He also shared his disappointment on Geronimo not singing her songs from the film Miss Granny which was recently shown in Dubai.[8]

Netflix Film[edit]

Streaming platform Netflix acquired the rights to screen the concert film which was recorded in Manila. The rockumentary was tagged as Netflix Originals, making Geronimo the first Asian artist to have an original concert film available for streaming on the said platform. It became available on August 23, 2019.[9]

Sarah Geronimo: This 15 Me
File:Sarah geronimo on netflix.png
Directed byPaul Alexi Basinillo
Written bySarah Geronimo
StarringSarah Geronimo
Narrated bySarah Geronimo
Edited byPaul Basinillo
Production
company
Viva Live
Distributed byNetflix
Release date
August 23, 2019
Running time
113 minutes
CountryPhilippines
LanguageFilipino

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Setlist[edit]

  1. "Dulo"
  2. "Pray For Me"
  3. "All The Stars"
  4. "Wolves"
  5. "Scared to be Lonely"
  6. "Tala"
  7. "The Greatest Performance of My Life"
  8. "This Is My Life"
  9. "To Love You More"
  10. "Can This Be Love" (background only)
  11. "Broken Vow" with Mark Bautista
  12. "How Could You Say You Love Me"
  13. "Sa Iyo" (snippet only)
  14. "Record Breaker" (snippet only)
  15. "Love Me Like You Do" with Xian Lim
  16. "Chunky" with James Reid
  17. "Misteryo"
  18. "Duyan"
  19. "The Way Love Goes"
  20. "A Woman's Worth"
  21. "Skinny Love"
  22. "Dive"
  23. "I Put A Spell On You"
  24. "Natural Woman"
  25. "I Have Nothing"
  26. "Ganito"
  27. "The Great Unknown"
  28. "Misty"
  29. "Quando Quando" with Daniel Padilla
  30. "The Way You Look Tonight" with Daniel Padilla
  31. "Hold On, We're Going Home"
  32. "Dare You To Move"
  33. "Sandata"
  34. "Ikot-Ikot"
Encore[edit]
  1. "Leaving On A Jet Plane"
  2. "I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing"
  3. "Kilometro"

Tour Dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Note
April 14, 2018 Quezon City Philippines Smart Araneta Coliseum Sold-out[citation needed]
April 21, 2018 Los Angeles United States Los Angeles Theatre
April 22, 2018 San Diego Pala Casino
April 28, 2018 San Francisco City College of San Francisco
April 29, 2018 Las Vegas Pittsburg Creative Arts Theater
May 4, 2018 Chicago Copernicus Center
May 6, 2018 New York City Kupferberg Center for the Arts
June 30, 2018 Davao City Philippines SMX Convention Center
September 20, 2018 Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai Duty Free Stadium
September 30, 2018 Iloilo Philippines Central Philippine University
October 7, 2018 Nagoya Japan Kounan Shimin Bunka Kaikan
November 9, 2019 Muscat Oman Qurum City Amphitheater
November 30, 2018 Santa Rosa Philippines Sta. Rosa City Complex
January 25, 2019 Doha Qatar Aspire Ladies Sports Hall
April 27, 2019 Cavite Philippines De La Salle University
May 18, 2019 Baguio University of Baguio
September 20, 2019 Toronto Canada John Bassett Theatre
September 22, 2019 Calgary Grey Eagle Resorts and Casino
September 27, 2019 Winnipeg RBC Convention Center

References[edit]

  1. "Convergys PH at 15: The Number of Success". cebudailynews.inquirer.net. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
  2. News, ABS-CBN. "Sarah G's 'This 15 Me' concert is coming to Netflix". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2019-08-03.
  3. News, ABS-CBN. "Sarah G to mark 15th anniversary with a concert". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
  4. Policarpio, Allan. "No more mimicking of other singers for Sarah G". entertainment.inquirer.net. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
  5. News, Shiela Reyes, ABS-CBN. "RECAP: Sarah G takes trip down memory lane in Araneta concert". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
  6. Policarpio, Allan. "No more mimicking of other singers for Sarah G". entertainment.inquirer.net. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
  7. Rappler.com. "WATCH: Sarah Geronimo wows in 15th anniversary concert". Rappler. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
  8. "Concert review: Sarah Geronimo rescues a strange evening". The National. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
  9. News, ABS-CBN. "Sarah G's 'This 15 Me' concert is coming to Netflix". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2019-08-19.

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