It wasn’t a fanciful concert. There were no fanciful effects nor fanciful costumes, with only one wardrobe change throughout the entire show. This relatively simple set-up however worked very well for Demi Lovato. The show needed nothing fanciful as Demi and the 3,000 Lovatics present simply connected through her powerful vocals and performances during the Demi Lovato: Demi World Tour in Singapore held at Suntec City Convention & Exhibition Centre on 28 April 2015.
The enthusiasm of the crowd at Suntec City Convention Hall was at a constant high throughout the concert. Despite that there were seats provided, it was essentially a standing concert as fans stood and jumped along to her songs the entire concert.
Fans were already chanting her name before the concert officially started. Amidst the chants, Demi swiftly took the stage with a set of 5 upbeat songs, Really Don’t Care, The Middle, Fire Starter, Remember December and Heart Attack. This set the atmosphere for the concert, earning screams and cheers from her fans as she belted out her powerful high notes.
As she greeted her fans, Demi shared that it was the second time she was here in Singapore and that she hoped that it would be a crazier night than the first time she came. From the ear-ringing screams from the fans throughout the entire concert, it was indeed a crazy night.
Addressing the Lovatics in Singapore, Demi said, “You guys are like little stars to me,” leading up to her next song My Love is Like a Star. Fans waved their phone flashlights along to the song, creating a beautiful sea of stars.
Following the next song Get Back, Demi picked up her guitar and performed an acoustic medley of Don’t Forget and Catch Me.
As she performed Let It Go, she invited a pair of young girls within the audience to go on stage to sing with her. For the pair of best friends, aged 9 and 10, it must have been a dream come true as they stood on stage, singing alongside Demi Lovato.
Sharing with the audience her experiences from her trip to Africa, Demi talked about the many people she met during the trip who had inspired her. Talking about how she had come to realize that there were many things in life to be grateful for, Demi then belted out her next song, Warrior.
After Two Pieces and Got Dynamite, the mood turned a little solemn as Demi talked about the current situation in Nepal. She then dedicated the next song, Nightingale, to those who had lost someone they loved. As she followed up with one of her most famous songs, Skyscraper, tears were spotted within the audience.
The last song of the night was Give Your Heart a Break, before she returned on stage with an encore performance Neon Lights.
KAvenyou would like to thank AC Music Entertainment for the invitation to Demi Lovato: Demi World Tour in Singapore 2015.
Article by: Lauren @ KAvenyou
Photography by: AC Music Entertainment