Ogie Alcasid to bring ‘OA na Tour’ to Pampanga

THE Philippines’ one and only “Master Songwriter” Ogie Alcasid is set to captivate the hearts of music lovers and concert-goers from all over Central Luzon as his much-anticipated “OA na Tour” makes its stop in Pampanga.

Set this coming February 9 at the region’s premier concert destination, The Laus Group Event Centre, the nationwide musical show series marks the renowned OPM icon’s 30th year in the music industry.

Alcasid is best known for his certified hits like "Nandito Ako," "Ikaw Sana," "Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang," "Kung Mawawala Ka," and "Ikaw Lamang," to name some.

Aside from being one of the judges of "Your Face Sounds Familiar," Alcasid, who is also a popular comedian, is currently part of the ABS-CBN sitcom "Home Sweetie Home."

During the Pampanga leg of the major concert, he is set to delight fans with his all-out performance, as he relives his timeless songs and colorful journey in a night filled with music and stories.

Another exciting highlight is the not-to-miss performance of his special guest, the charming Filipina songstress Lara Maigue. A classically-trained soprano, she is known for her dynamic voice and wide range of repertoire including opera, Kundiman, jazz standards, broadway, and OPM. In 2017, she was hailed as the Best Classical Performer by the Aliw Awards.

Get ready for a memorable musical event, presented by Countryside Entertainment Inc. and RW 95.1 FM, in partnership with the LausAutoGroup.

Tickets are priced at P2,500 and P1,500 only. For inquiries, call Laus Group Event Centre Booking and Ticket Sales Office at 0998 959 2016.


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