Nadine Lustre's concert announcement goes viral

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Nadine Lustres. (Source: BJ Pascual/Instagram)
Nadine Lustres. (Source: BJ Pascual/Instagram)

Nadine Lustre went viral on Twitter on Tuesday night following the official announcement of her concert. Nadine's first-ever online concert, “Absolute Madness,” is a one-time livestreaming event that will be available on Kumu Live this July 3.

The poster showed the singer-actress flaunting her curves in a black vintage-inspired bodysuit. Highly sought-after photographer BJ Pascual captured Nadine's branding in the sultry but elegant pictorial.

Described as “a sonic and visual experience like no other,” the concert will revisit Nadine's 2020 visual album “Wildest Dreams” which marked her first full-length music offering as an independent artist. The album was released last November alongside a 33-minute visual that featured six of its 12 tracks.

"Wildest Dreams" was written in part during the pandemic lockdowns. In an interview with CNN Philippines, Nadine talked about her songwriting process. “I was just writing almost every day and getting in touch with my emotions – kind of unearth issues that I haven’t dealt with before, that I kind of wanted to push down because I didn’t have the time to handle it or to face them,” she said. “So, so many things happened during the lockdown. I can say I grew into a better person because of that.”

The 27-year-old actress is also expected to launch a film concert this August.

Tickets to “Absolute Madness,” which range from P499 (general admission) to P2,999 (VVIP), are now available at the Kumu website.

Ana Catalina Paje is a development journalist passionate about grassroots communication geared towards genuine social change. She also writes about showbiz, lifestyle, and all things Pinoy pride. The views expressed are her own.

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