It was only last April 2017 when American girl group Fifth Harmony had their first ever concert in the Philippines. The 7/27 Tour Manila proved pivotal as the group was then still reeling from the sudden departure of former member Camila Cabello. Said concert was received warmly by fans, showing their support by swarming the Mall Of Asia arena. It was therefore no surprise when Fifth Harmony announced last November 2017 that they will be bringing over the PSA Tour to Manila in 2018.
Fast forward to four months and the second concert took place last March 6, 2018. The venue was moved to a more intimate one, Kia Theatre. The smaller venue allowed for more proximity between the girls and the Harmonizers, as their fans are aptly called. This time around, the energy was more fluid, the crowd was even more ecstatic and the general feel of the entire show was definitely more interactive. Every song, every dance, there was a connection between the girls and their Harmonizers.
The show kick-started with one of their biggest hits to date, "Worth It". It would be notable that a couple of their massive hits, "That's My Girl" and "Sledgehammer" were missing from the setlist. They nonetheless sang one hit after another, performing more than 15 songs with barely even a break. And after close to 2 hours of non-stop breathtaking performances, PSA Tour Manila was wrapped up with "Work From Home". Or so we thought.
The girls returned onstage for an encore. This time, singing their latest hit single "Bridges". The message of the song could not have been a more apt way of ending the night. And yes, Fifth Harmony DELIVERED.
PSA Tour Manila was brought to us by Wilbros Live.