Daniel Padilla to hold concert in Baguio

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

ONE of the most celebrated young stars of this generation, Daniel Padilla, is set to stage a concert here in the Summer Capital.
The concert will be held at the University of Baguio Gym on August 2 at 8 p.m.

Daniel will bring his onscreen partner Kathryn Bernardo, Khalil Ramos, fellow Kapamilya star Young JV and his band Parking 5 as special guests.
His road tour is set to follow his sold out major concerts at the Araneta Coliseum “Daniel Live!: A Birthday Concert” in 2013 and “DOS: The Daniel Padilla Concert” early this year.

The young star is expected to perform his greatest hit “Nasayo Na Ang Lahat” and probably his famous versions of “Hinahanap Hanap Kita”, “Grow Old With You” and “Prinsesa”, among others.


Likewise he will serenade the Summer Capital with songs from his third studio album “I Heart You” released in April.

The singer-actor will also showcase his rock side as he takes a bass guitar for the performance of his band Parking 5 where his brother JC Padilla is the lead vocalist.

The concert will celebrate the success of his recent movie “She’s Dating the Gangster” which broke box office records with P15 million on its first day despite Typhoon Glenda’s onslaught on July 16.

Tickets for Daniel’s concert are available at SM Tickets; University of Baguio; Musikgarten; Solibao; Just For Kids; Shape-up Gym; 18 BC; Whitemoon; Live Vibe; Latino Bar; Iggy’s Inn; Goldmine; Nostalgia; and at Hall of Fame Bar and Resto.

Ticket prices range from P550 for general admission; P770 for bronze; P1,100 for silver; P1,650 for gold and P1,870 for VIP tickets.

The Daniel Padilla Road Tour is sponsored by Waltrix Productions, Baguio Country Club and the City Government of Baguio.

Other major sponsors are Sun.Star Baguio (the official print media partner), SkyCable, Naimbag Nga Morning Kapamilya, Love Radio, Z Radio, AdCreations, iFM and Pizza Hut.

For further inquiries, please contact 442-3071 or 09232168038.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on July 28, 2014.


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