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Maja Salvador promises fans exhilarating performances at upcoming Pinoy Dance Show

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Nov. 15, 18 | 10:28 am

Filipino expats are already anticipating an exciting display of performances from four of the Philippines’ all-around performers at the upcoming Pinoy Dance Show organized by Epic Entertainment this December 14.

Enchong Dee, Pooh, Jay-R, and her ‘Majasty’, Maja Salvador – the Philippines’ ‘Dance Princess’ will be giving it their all at the Zabeel Hall 4 stage at the Dubai World Trade Center.

“Sa Pinoy Dance Show, kumpleto ang rekado because we have Pooh as our comedian, Enchong as our total performance, Jay-R, a very, very good singer at ako po, singer and dancer. I’m very excited with our chemistry kasi kakaiba,” said Salvador during a press conference for the show.

Salvador said that they have been busy with round-the-clock rehearsals, meetings, and appointments to make sure that their upcoming show will be a blast especially for the Filipino community here in the UAE. “Iba yung sobrang init ng pagtanggap ng kababayan natin, mga kamapilya natin kung saan mang bansa ako magperform. Nandun yung excited sila to see me, yung sabik na makakita ng another kababayan. Iba yung opening pa lang, paglabas ng stage, iba na yung hiyawan. Mas na-e-energize ka sa mga hiyawan nay un. Mas mabibigay mo ng todo ang performance mo. Yung pinambili nila ng ticket para makita ka nila mag perform ng live. So kailangan mabigyan mo sila ng matinding performance,” shares Salvador.

The Philippines’ ‘Dance Princess’ assures the audiences that the show will offer a unique display of all of their talent to make sure that their audiences will enjoy the time of their lives during the festive season. “Hindi lang siya parang mall show na papasok, kakanta, same costume, same outfit – no. It will be a big, big show. Concert kung concert, hindi kami magtitipid. So we’re very excited,” said Salvador.

Tickets for the upcoming Pinoy Dance Show are available online at https://dubai.platinumlist.net/event-tickets/72000/pinoy-dance-show with more info available at http://pinoydanceshow.com/

You may also buy your tickets from ticket outlets including all UAE Exchange outlets, Cancios Restaurant, Uling at Parilya, Karinderya ni Tandang Sora, and Infinity Beauty lounge and Spa. Each ticket purchase is inclusive of one drink. The concert is organized and brought to you by Epic Entertainment.

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