Sarah Makes Beautiful Music With Gerald In Concert

Sarah Geronimo's 24th birthday concert, "24/SG" at the Araneta Coliseum last July 7, was made more special when she shared a number ("It Might Be You") on stage with Gerald Anderson.

The showbiz pair even held hands as they walked together towards the patron section where the Pop Superstar thanked her fans.

If you missed the affair early this month, the concert repeat happens today, July 21, also at the Big Dome.

"24/SG" is directed by Paul Basinillo with musical direction by Louie Ocampo.

Tickets, priced at R3,920 (Patron A), R3,360 (Patron B), R3,360(Lower Box), R1,680 (Upper Box A), R840 (Upper Box B) and R448 (General Admission) are available at SM Ticketnet outlets located at the SM Department Store Customer Service Area and at the Araneta Coliseum ticket booths.

For details log on towww.viva.com.ph and http://sarahgeronimo.ph.

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