This December, Pinoys abroad can come home to a special musical extravagance as GMA Pinoy TV brings Kapuso stars to join fellow Filipino performers through Awit Pasasalamat: A Tribute to Overseas Filipinos.
Slated on Dec. 15 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila, witness a night of sheer Pinoy talent featuring no less than Asia’s Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista and actress Andrea Torres together with guest performers Joey Ayala, Rose Fostanes, and Tanya Dawood, to name a few.
“This show will serve as a warm welcome to our kababayans and we promise to make their stay even more memorable as they celebrate Christmas with their family and loved ones,” Christian assured.
“Para sa mga minamahal nating Kapuso galing abroad, let us treat you this Christmas with an unforgettable entertainment. At sana po through this show ay madama ninyo kung gaano kayo ka-special para sa amin,” said Andrea.
The special concert is organized by Advocates and Keepers Organization of OFWs in partnership with BANTAY OFW Inc. and JSP Events, and with the exclusive media partnership of GMA Network’s flagship international channel GMA Pinoy TV as their way of giving back for the overseas Filipinos’ sacrifices, hard work, and contribution to the country.
More importantly, in true Christmas and OFW spirit, the proceeds of the concert will be used to finance Pasay General Hospital’s equipment for its OFW ward.
Ticket prices for Awit Pasasalamat are at P850; P1,200; P1,500; P3,000; and P5,000. For ticket inquiries, visit www.ticketworld.com.ph or call Doc Chie Umandap at 0908-128-7864.
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