Alden and Rocco heat up “Bae in the City Canada Tour 2016”

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  • Rocco NacinoKapuso heartthrobs Alden Richards and Rocco Nacino turn up the heat in Canada as they headline “Bae in the City Canada Tour 2016” this March.

    Alden, one of the most in demand actors in the country today and a co-host on GMA Network’s top-rating comedy-musical variety program Sunday PinaSaya and the Philippines’ longest-running noon time show Eat Bulaga, and Rocco, one of GMA’s top leading men who was last seen in the primetime drama series Beautiful Strangers, will be joined by comedian Kim Idol.

    Sponsored by GMA’s three international channels – GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV and GMA News TV International, “Bae in the City Canada Tour 2016” begins on March 22 at the Club Regent Event Centre, 884 Sergent Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba. The event is staged in partnership with Corazon’s Money Express.

    The next day, Alden and Rocco will head to the Maharaja Banquet Hall, 9257 34a Ave NW, Edmonton Alberta, for the second leg of the tour, held in cooperation with Palabok Promotions, on March 23.  See poster on PAGE 21.

    In cooperation with Red Productions, the last stop will be on March 24 at the Massey Theater, 735 Eight Avenue, New Westminster, British Columbia.  See poster on PAGE 27.

    Social media is already abuzz with excitement over the arrival of the sought-after Kapuso leading men as netizens have been posting messages urging the pair to try Canadian delicacies.

    “Hope I can go to the concert on March. But you should try beaver tails, poutine, and tim hortons (french vanilla)…” said Twitter user @mannachocoberry, to which the Kapuso Hunk Rocco Nacino excitedly replied, “I will!!”

    As the fans give the Kapuso duo tips on how to make their stay an enjoyable one, Alden and Rocco are also preparing a fun-filled show for their fellow Filipinos in Canada.

    All shows start at 7:00 pm. The tickets are priced at $98 for VIP seats and $68 for General Admission seats (Manitoba); $100, $78 and $58 (Alberta) and $100, $80, $60 and $50 (British Columbia).

    For ticket inquiries, please call 204 786 1112 (Manitoba), 780 995 6907 (Alberta) and 778 785 6322 (British Columbia).

    GMA’s three international channels – GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV and GMA News TV International – are available in Canada through partner carriers in Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia.

    In Winnipeg, Manitoba, the channels are available on Bell (call: 1-888-759-3474; or visit www.bell.ca/tv), MTS (call: 204-CALLMTS or 204-225-5687; or visit: www.mts.ca/tv), and Shaw  (call: 310-7429; or visit www.shaw.ca).

    GMA’s international channels are also offered in Alberta via Bell, Shaw, and Telus (call: 310MYTV or 310-6988; or visit www.telus.com/optiktv).

    Meanwhile, the channels are also carried in British Columbia through Bell, Shaw and Telus.

    For updates on GMA Network’s artists, programs, international channels and events, visit the website www.gmapinoytv.com, Facebook pages www.facebook.com/GMAPinoyTVwww.facebook.com/gmalifetv, and www.facebook.com/gmanewsinternational, Twitter pages @gmapinoytv, @gma_lifetv, and @gmanewstvintl and Instagram account @gmapinoytv.

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