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Demi Lovato World Tour comes to Petersen Events Center

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| Wednesday, September 10, 2014 2:27 p.m.
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American pop star Demi Lovato greets her Pittsburgh fans during the third stop of the Demi World Tour Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.
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American pop star Demi Lovato opened her Pittsburgh performance with 'Really Don't Care,' 'The Middle,' 'Fire Starter,' 'Remember December,' and 'Heart Attack,' Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at Petersen Event Center.
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American pop star Demi Lovato greets her Pittsburgh fans during the third stop of the Demi World Tour Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.
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American pop star Demi Lovato performing 'The Middle,' in Pittsburgh Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at Petersen Event Center. The Demi World Tour which began September 6 features opening acts Christina Perri and MKTO.
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American pop star Demi Lovato performing 'Firestarter' in Pittsburgh Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at Petersen Event Center. The Demi World Tour which began September 6 features opening acts Christina Perri and MKTO.
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American pop star Demi Lovato performing 'Firestarter' in Pittsburgh Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at Petersen Event Center. The Demi World Tour which began September 6 features opening acts Christina Perri and MKTO.
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Singer-songwriter and Philadelphia native Christina Perri opened her Pittsburgh peformance with 'Jar of Hearts' in support of Demi Lovato's world tour, Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.
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Singer-songwriter and Philadelphia native Christina Perri performing 'Jar of Hearts' in support of Demi Lovato's world tour, Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.
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Singer-songwriter and Philadelphia native Christina Perri performing 'Be My Forever' in support of the Demi Lovato world tour, Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.
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Singer-songwriter and Philadelphia native Christina Perri opened her Pittsburgh peformance with 'Jar of Hearts,' 'Arms,' 'Be My Forever,' 'A Thousand Years,' 'Burning Gold,' and 'Human,' in support of the Demi Lovato world tour, Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.
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Singer-songwriter and Philadelphia native Christina Perri performing 'Jar of Hearts' in support of Demi Lovato's world tour, Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.
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Singer-songwriter and Philadelphia native Christina Perri opened her Pittsburgh peformance with 'Jar of Hearts,' 'Arms,' 'Be My Forever,' 'A Thousand Years,' 'Burning Gold,' and 'Human,' in support of the Demi Lovato world tour, Tuesday, September 9 at the Petersen Event Center.

American pop star Demi Lovato brought her world tour to Pittsburgh on Tuesday, performing with Christina Perri and MKTO at the Petersen Event Center.

The Demi World Tour is the second tour in support of her fourth studio album, Demi, released in 2013. Best known for her recent single “Let it Go” from Disney’s 2013 animated film Frozen, the former Disney Channel actress has become a spokeswoman, activist and role model for various youth-empowering charitable organizations.

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