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Read up about the series of mall shows of the P-pop girl group Calista and Tera’s launching.

Calista, an all-girl P-pop group made up of Olive, Laiza, Anne, Denise, Elle, and Dain, thrilled fans and introduced themselves to a new audience during their first-ever series of mall tours in October 2022.

Calista kicked off the weekend at Eastwood City Central Plaza, Citywalk last October 14, with live song and dance performances of their original singles. The next weekend, October 22, at Venice Grand Canal, they performed a dazzling show that fit in well with the mall’s enchanted atmosphere.

Calista greeted their fans with lovely smiles as they rowed down the Grand Canal in a gondola. They made the most of spending early Christmas in such a beautiful place by eating traditional Christmas treats like puto bumbong (purple rice cake) and bibingka (baked rice cake).

Meanwhile, Halloween celebration in Lucky Chinatown was enhanced by Calista’s performance on October 30.

The delighted fans watched Calista in awe as the group performed “Race Car” and their newly released singles “Don’t Have Time” and “Christmas Rush.” The audience sang along while waving their Calista posters, fans, stickers, and light sticks.

The fans ultimately had the chance to meet their favorite Calista members and snap a picture with them. Also on stage were Tera, John Arcenas, Jimsen Jison, and Carren Eistrup, who also came up with powerful performances.


Less than a month before Christmas, P-pop girl group Calista released their brand-new single, “Christmas Rush,” just in time for the festive season. Calista proves in their most recent song that their vocals aren’t just for powerful, upbeat music. Their lovely and delicate voice range is both versatile and energetic, making it perfect for bringing joy throughout the holidays. A unique Taglish (Tagalog and English) song with a contemporary twist to complement your holiday playlist. The catchy lyrics were written by Filipino singer-songwriter Tera and depict typical Christmas images in the Philippines, including festively decorated shops, family reunions, children’s excitement, and other traditions. Marcus Davis added a playful touch to the lyrics by combining burlesque and jazz sounds with appealing pop voices in his music. “Christmas Rush” was released on November 3 and is now accessible for public streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube Music. The official “Christmas Rush” lyric video can be found on Calista’s YouTube channel at Calista PH.

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