incredible coaches of The Voice Kids – Bamboo and KZ Tandingan! The BAMBOO with
KZ TANDINGAN – CANADA TOUR 2023 Live in Vancouver was a concert like no
Bamboo is a well–known musician and singer–songwriter in the Philippines. He first rose
to fame as the original frontman of Rivermaya, one of the country’s most popular rock
bands. He has since embarked on a successful solo career and has released several hit
KZ Tandingan–KZ, on the other hand, is a Filipina singer and rapper who gained
national attention after winning the first season of The X Factor Philippines in 2012. She
has since released several chart–topping singles and albums and has become one of
the most popular artists in the Philippines.
Together, these two amazing coaches from The Voice Kids brought their unique brand of music to Vancouver, delivering a high–energy performance that got the crowd on their feet the whole night.
Their performance was simply electrifying! Thanks to Bojie Yangco of Mcy Entertainment, Joan Frias and team of TsikenStaRR Production, and East Manila Ink Tattoo for making this concert possible.
LOVE MOVES CANADA TOUR 2023 made its way to Vancouver, with an unforgettable
performance at the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre in Burnaby, BC,
presented by Joan Frias and team TSIKENSTARR PRODUCTION, Glaiza’s LEDGEVIEW Production, and their team composed of Jane Pacatang, Manny Valdeavilla, Bong Bong Erwin, and others. It was an excellent job, especially for their first–time producing a concert!
The concert featured Nina and Luke Mejares, two of the most talented Filipino artists in the music industry.
– Nina, a gifted Filipina singer and songwriter, wowed the audience with her chart–
topping hits like “Jealous” and “Love Moves in Mysterious Ways.” She performed three demo songs she made, including “Against All Odds,” “Can’t get you out of my head,” and Steve Perry’s “Foolish Heart.” These songs were gift numbers for the Vancouver concert goers, and Nina had never sung them before in her previous concerts.
– Luke Mejares, the former South Border Vocalist and Male Concert Performer of the Year, also gave a stunning performance. He mentioned that he had been to Canada thrice before, but this was his first time in Vancouver. He even joked that he found more
The opening acts, Vincelen Salvaloza & Tattiana Titigan, and John Michael Bravo, were equally impressive, with impromptu singing numbers that delighted the audience.
The concert was made possible through the support of the following sponsors:
– Reyfort Media Group,
– Marlon Parel – SMDC International (for those interested in owning a condo in the
– Precious Karats,
– Photography by William Orsua Soul Mate Productions,
– Sweet Sophie Fashion Cakes.
– Macao Imperial Tea
– F&M Catering
– and Bayong Kitchen