Hey guys! Stupid me, deleted the database. :[ Some pictures have been deleted, but there is still over 2700 pictures in the gallery. All the photos that we have uploaded after September 27 will be uploaded AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Some news, have also been deleted. Sorry for this happening. I hope i am smart of enough next time and don’t mess up the databases.
But here is a past Article on Demi performing at the Dallas, Texas Fair that Dallas News did a coverage on. You can watch the video they took at the fair of Demi by clicking here.
“16-year-old Dallas native Demi Lovato wows fans at State Fair concert” – Read More
Alyssa Anwar didn’t mind standing in 90-degree heat for three hours Sunday for the chance to hear teen singing sensation Demi Lovato.
“I would have walked here if my mom couldn’t take us,” the 12-year-old Grand Prairie girl said.
Other crazed fans arrived as early as 7 a.m. at the State Fair of Texas’ outdoor stage to hear Demi, a 16-year-old Dallas native who is moving toward superstardom.
Demi has performed with teen idol band the Jonas Brothers, starred in the recent Disney movie Camp Rock and released her first CD last week.
Hundreds of screaming admirers, most of them girls, stood shoulder to shoulder on hot asphalt to witness the Demi Lovato phenomenon. No one complained that the venue had no seating.
“Demi, Demi!” fans shouted before she took the stage at 5:35 p.m.
“I’m really excited about being home,” she shouted as she began her frenetic performance.
Adrian Zachary drove her two daughters from Caddo Mills, about 40 miles from Dallas. She stood near a mom who had traveled from San Antonio.
“They can’t get enough of her,” Ms. Zachary said of her daughters, ages 10 and 12. “I actually like the music myself. It’s really catchy.”
Several fans held up homemade signs.
“Demi, you rock!” one read.
“Welcome home,” said another.
Fans couldn’t contain their enthusiasm as they discussed their new favorite star.
“We love Demi,” said 15-year-old Sabina Olegario.
“She’s cool,” said her 14-year-old sister, Lauren Olegario.
When Demi finally appeared on stage, she pranced side to side and front to back, shaking her shoulder-length brown hair in the steamy air. She wore skintight jeans, a black T-shirt and black knee-high boots.
“It gets hot in Texas, but I like it,” Demi said, pausing to drink some bottled water and wipe the sweat off her face. “Dallas, Texas, is absolutely my favorite city to perform in.”
Several moms said they approved of their daughters’ obsession with the singer. They said her lyrics were clean and her image wholesome.
“She’s a good role model,” said Imelda Lopez, who brought her daughter and niece.
Screaming fans snapped photos with their cellphones, clapped and waved their arms overhead continuously.
Six police officers on horseback positioned themselves near the stage. Before the concert began, a stagehand grabbed a mike and twice implored frenzied fans to move back from the stage.
“Give each other plenty of room,” he said. “People in front are getting squashed.”
Once Demi began performing – besides singing, she also played the guitar and piano – any warnings went unheeded. Star-struck groupies pressed close to their idol.
Even Big Tex may have turned his head to catch the action.