Update: Globe Prepaid will be giving away VIP tickets with meet & greet passes to the show. Interested participants simply need to tweet @enjoyGlobe and tag the creator you want to meet, and say why she’s your girl goal with the hashtags #DoItDiferent & #GlobeIAGT. Participants with the best answer will win a pair of meet and greet passes + live show passes. Winners will be announced on November 16 via @enjoyGLOBE on Twitter. Select Globe ambassadors will also be giving away Gen Ad tickets through their own social media channels, so be sure to check #GlobeIAGT for more chances of winning tickets to the event!
Set a date with your girlfriends on November 18, 2017, Saturday: You all have to be part of a one-of-a-kind festival that’s created especially for young girls! It’s a Girl Thing is a world-class festival designed to inspire, educate, and empower teenage girls.
On #GlobeLiveIAGT Stage from L-R: Riki Flores, Janina Vela, Pamela Swing, Abby Asistio, Kiana Valenciano, and Remi Cruz
Launched in Singapore to huge critical and fan acclaim, It’s A Girl Thing’s next stop on the global #itsagirlthing tour is Manila, Philippines—brought here by the co-producers of YouTube FanFest, Branded, and their partners and co-producers Globe Live. The festival will be held at the Globe Iconic Store’s open-space venue, BHS Amphitheater, in Bonifacio Global City.
Remi Cruz AKA Miss Remi Ashten or Remlife
The format is part live show and part experiential festival, which includes fan meet and greets, workshops, and brand experiences. Fans can mingle with international social stars and celebrities like YouTube superstar and entrepreneur Bethany Mota, Remi Cruz AKA Miss Remi Ashten or Remlife, and lifestyle blogger and YouTuber Niomi Smart. Local talents like vlogger and Disney Ambassador Janina Vela; recording artist and celebrity scion Kiana Valenciano; YouTuber Pamela Swing; singer, songwriter, and TV host Abby Asistio; singer, songwriter, and vlogger Renee Dominique; and online influencer Riva Quenery are also part of the sensational lineup.
These international and local artists will deliver insightful performances with their distinctive personalities. Through self-curated content, these social stars will be sharing personal stories, knowledge, and experiences to empower and educate their fans on what it takes to be successful in today’s socially connected world.
Young girls can experience things they’re most passionate about, like music, arts, media, fashion, health, beauty, and wellbeing at the festival, along with the opportunity to meet and listen to stories of inspiration told by people who have made a career and life journey out of inspiring others.
Host and Globe Ambassador Riki Flores
“The rise of original content creators have given the youth of today more individuals to look up to and gain inspiration from. Together with platforms like YouTube, creators now have a venue to reach a global audience. Having them all come together in an event like It’s a Girl Thing allows us to bring some of the best vloggers closer to their fans so they can spark positivity to more girls here in Manila. Not only will the girls meet their favorite creators, but we are proud to also shed light on significant topics, particularly cyber wellness,” says Globe Senior Advisor for Creative Marketing and Multimedia Business Joe Caliro.
The event is supposed to be an inspirational platform of self-discovery that explores what it is to be a girl, and share ideas on how to turn dreams into a reality. The multicultural and inclusive event empowers women as a united community; promotes positive personal development; and explores key social issues such as anti-bullying, positive body image, racism, cultural challenges and opportunities, and self-worth.