Sarah Geronimo’s most awaited digital concert Tala: The Film Concert takes centerstage on March 27. While premium tickets have been sold out, regular tickets, which are priced at P1,500 each, are still available for purchase.
The collaboration between OPM royalty and singer-songwriter Ogie Alcasid and dramatic actor Ian Veneracion finally happens on March 26, 8:00 p.m. with Virtually Yours, KilaboTitos.
Meanwhile, US-based Filipino rapper EZ Mil who made the global television debut of his single, “Panalo” in ASAP Natin ‘To is also staging a virtual concert on April 18.
Also to watch out for are movie premieres led by Coco Martin and Angelica Panganiban’s Love or Money today. Watch out for Janine Gutierrez and JC Santos’ Dito At Doon, plus comedy films Ayuda Babes and Soul Sistahs.
KTX brings another night of nostalgia with ‘90s OPM band Neocolours reuniting for a virtual show. Filipinos all over the world should also await special shows like Himig Handog 11th Edition, and Euphoria Reunion.
In just eight months being as an online events platform, KTX.PH has become the leading digital events portal, hosting different record-breaking digital concerts like Daniel Padilla’s Apollo, and Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez’s Freedom, fan conference of Thai Superstars Bright and Win, debut launch of up and coming P-Pop group BGYO and many more.
Apart from the sold-out concerts, conferences, and launches, it also paved the way to premiere Star Cinema and Black Sheep movies as well as MMFF 2020 favorites.
Last year, the platform also became the live streaming platform of South Korea’s The Fact Music Awards 2020 and has hosted both local and international pageants — Miss Universe Philippines 2020 and Miss Earth 2020.
ABS-CBN Film Restoration also found a home in them to air the restored and remastered classics Radio Romance, Tinimbang Ng Langit, Soltero, and Inagaw Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin, to name a few.
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