Kapamilya stars grace the Vancouver stage for Star Magic 25th anniversary

by Cecile Docto, ABS-CBN News


VANCOUVER, CANADA — The first ever Star Magic 25th anniversary celebration in Vancouver was a huge success.

Thousands of kababayans flocked to the Queen Elizabeth theater to see the sold out concert of Kapamilya stars: Piolo Pascual, Sam Milby, Enrique Gil, Liza Soberano, Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Darren Espanto, and Arci Munoz.

It was a one-day extravaganza, where lucky TFC subscribers had a chance to meet an convey their messages of love and support for their favorite Philippine stars.

During the sold-out concert that night, the crowd went wild when kapamilya stars sang and danced.

Star Magic newbie Arci Munoz rocked their hearts out with Bon Jovi and Guns n Roses’ hits, while hearthrob Enrique Gil twerked onstage.

Kimxi, Lizquen and Piolo-Jodie fans were excited to see the love teams perform duets.

The stars also found some time to enjoy British Columbia’s tourist attractions like the Capilano Bridge, Grouse Mountain, and Whistler.

“I love Vancouver, man. Even though it’s raining… it’s super chill. When you go outside, you can just walk anywhere and you can retire here,” said Gil.

The Kapamilya stars thanked the Filipino community for the overflowing support they received on their successful concert in Vancouver.

“Thank you so much for the warm welcome, and wag po kayong mag-alala,” said Munoz. “We’ll do our best again to make all our shows sa kapamilya network na worth watching.”

“We wanna thank you guys so much for all the love and support,” said Gil. No matter how far your are, always remember that we’re always here and isa tayong kapamilya.”

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  • Sharita Rister
    11 February 2018 at 5:24 pm - Reply

    At the end of the day, Democrats go out and appeal to 30 percent of the far left; Republicans go out and appeal to 30 percent of the far right. Hey, there’s a big middle ground here that’s not represented. I think that, Bill Weld and myself, I think the Libertarian Party really occupies that ground.