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  • riajadeIn line with Ria’s special guest performance at the PNT (Pinoy New Talent) Yukon Regional Fi­nals competition scheduled for Nov. 9th, the Yukon event produc­ers Ailene Gayangos, Mike Buen­suceso and Asian Central Store, in collaboration with ReyFort Me­dia Group are staging Ria’s very first solo concert right after the regional finals, making this trip doubly exciting for our young performer.

    The tour title “City Lights” is aptly derived from one of Ria’s original compositions “Anywhere But Here” particularly the line “Starry night, everybody’s drink­ing coffee under the city lights…” The other cities that will be cov­ered will be announced at a later date by Ria’s corporate producer, ReyFort Media Group.

    Ria and the ReyFort Media and eveRIAthing production crew de­part for Whitehorse on Nov. 8th, and will return on Nov. 10th. Full coverage of Ria’s concerts will be shown online via www.pinoytvcana­da.com.

    For details of her tour, please visit www.reyfortmedia­group.com,www.everiath­ing.com, or www.pinoytv­canada.com, or call the Surrey production and studio office at Tel. 604-588-6397.

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