Regine's repeat concert set on December 8


Posted at Nov 20 2012 01:48 PM | Updated as of Nov 21 2012 06:09 AM

MANILA, Philippines -- The repeat of singer Regine Velasquez's silver anniversary concert is tentatively set on December 8, according to her sister Cacai Mitra.

Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez

Mitra, however, said they are still waiting for the medical clearance from the doctors.

"There will be a deadline for the claiming of tickets, unclaimed tix will be open for sale. Will announce as soon as mag-OK ang doctor ni ate! If she will be given clearance by her doc and no damage sa vocal cords nya, then we will re-stage on Dec. 8," Mitra said on microblogging site Twitter.

Last Friday, Velasquez's concert dubbed as "Silver: The 25th Anniversary Concert Special of Regine Velasquez-Alcasid" at the SM Mall of Asia Arena was cut short after she lost her voice because of a viral infection.

Velasquez was emotional as she apologized to the audience and announced that she will be doing a repeat of her concert for free.

"When I get better, I will do the same show for free! I will do this freakin’ show then I will show you how it should be done," Velasquez tweeted.

Singer Martin Nievera, a long-time friend of Velasquez, offered a new title for the re-staging of the Songbird's 25th anniversary concert. Both Velasquez and Mitra agreed to attach a subtitle to the show's name: "Take 2."