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  • INC members plan to stay at EDSA until Monday although they need to secure permit to do this. 4 hours ago |
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  • Classes at U.P. Manila’s College of Arts and Sciences cancelled on Friday afternoon due to INC rally along Padre Faura St. 22 hours ago |
  • Rains in the area of Padre Faura St. in Manila fail to dampen the spirit of INC members who are protesting at DOJ. 22 hours ago |
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  • Body of a missing seaman found in Tagaytay. 22 hours ago |
  • Palace calls for sobriety as more INC members troop to Padre Faura in Manila to join vigil in front of DOJ. 22 hours ago |
  • PNP’s estimate of INC members gathered in front of DOJ in Padre Faura St. in Manila is 4,000. 22 hours ago |
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Daniel Padilla birthday concert live, uninterrupted

By Isah V. Red | Apr. 28, 2013 at 05:01pm
Recording artist and matinee idol, Daniel Padilla, is charming his way to your TV sets as SkyPay-Per-View brings his upcoming birthday performance entitled Daniel Live: A Birthday Concert at the Big Dome—live and commercial-free tomorrow (April 30) at 7:30 p.m.

Fresh from the success of his blockbuster film Must be… love, Daniel celebrates his birthday with a bang in his first solo concert.

Serenading his loyal fans with his ‘old school rock’ style of music, Daniel is sure to dominate the Big Dome as he performs his renditions of OPM classics such as “Prinsesa” and “Hinahanap-hanap Kita” and his newest hit single “Nasa Iyo Na Ang Lahat.” Aside from these hit songs, he is also expected to perform songs from his self-titled Double Platinum album and his newest album DJP.

Also to show their support at the star-studded event are Daniel’s Princess and I co-stars Enrique Gil and Khalil Ramos, together with love-team partner Kathryn Bernardo with their own much-awaited performances.

Catch today’s brightest star and let your family enjoy, in standard definition, the live concert experience of Daniel Padilla’s most-anticipated first solo concert at the comforts of your own home on Sky channel 135 for only P399. As an added treat, Sky Pay-Per-View is also giving their subscribers exclusive behind-the-scenes scoop before the live coverage.

Enjoy this special cable TV viewing experience and take your family’s home entertainment to another level as Sky continues to innovate to bring you only the best in cable TV entertainment.

To subscribe to Sky Pay-Per-View, call 381-0000 or visit www.mysky.com.ph.

You may also call or visit any Sky local branch office nearest you. With Sky, experience digital cable TV beyond clear signal.
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