The country’s hottest young actor, Daniel Padilla, rocked the Big Dome on April 30, for another grand birthday blowout! This was the second major concert for the teen heartthrob after a successful birthday show last year. This year, Daniel once again threw a big celebration for all his fans as he turned 19 on April 26.
DOS (Daniel On Stage) was another record-breaking event at the Araneta Coliseum. With him were Kathryn Bernardo, his rumored girlfriend, Rico Blanco, Khalil Ramos, and Parking 5, Daniel’s band. He plays bass guitar. Also in the concert was the group called The Reo Brothers, from Tacloban, Leyte left homeless and almost penniless by super typhoon Yolanda.
Those who couldn’t go to Araneta were able to watch it on SkyCable Pay-Per-View. DOS (Daniel on Stage) was aired live uncut with no commercial break.
For TV specials, you can also enjoy them at home for only P499. Catch the coverage first on TV via Pay-Per-View and delight in great musical performances as if watching live at the concert scene.
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