Still high on her recent successful string of concerts in Manila, Laguna and Cebu, Morissette Amon is geared to wow the audience anew. This time in Davao City.
“Morissette Is Made” in Davao City is slated on Sept. 2, 8 p.m. at the SMX Convention Center.
“Morissette is the next big thing in the music industry. She is preparing for her international stardom as she collaborated with Michael Bolton and Jessie J soon,” says young concert producer Glenn Aldueza of Aldueza Entertainment Productions (AEP).
Her Youtube video of “Secret Love Song” by the UK group Little Mix, sung at last year’s Asian Song Festival in South Korea, has gone viral with 75 million views.
“Morissette Is Made” is the first major solo concert of Asia’s Phoenix in Davao City. It is a homecoming of sorts for the Cebuana artist because her father Mr. Amon, is originally from Davao.
By Morissette’s special request, The Unstoppable Darren Espanto will be her special guest at the concert.
“I love Darren because he is my good friend. I thought it would be special if I shared the stage with him,” says Morissette, who will also be one of the awardees of the prestigious PeopleAsia magazine for its upcoming “Women of Style and Substance” issue.
Morissette’s three recent concerts at Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Alonte Sports Arena in Binan, Laguna and Waterfroint Hotel in Cebu City have been talked about not only because she can fill up coliseums and stadiums to the rafters but also because of her sincerity and power in tackling her songs. In Cebu, she mesmerized the audience anew with her cover of a Regine Velasquez original “Pangarap Ko Ay Ibigin Ka,” replete with a whistle.
“Morissette Is Made” is produced by AEP and sponsored by SMDC and Frontrow.
Tickets are available at SM Lanang 2nd floor or SM Tickets nationwide. Ticket prices are pegged at P3,710 (VIP); P2,650 (Gold); P1,590 (Silver); and P530 (General Admission). Call 0936 300 0243 for more details.