The Filipino Channel (TFC) Middle East drives the annual Independence Day celebrations this year with a parade of the best of homegrown entertainment via Kapamilya Kalayaan Karavan 2013. Kapamilya stars will make the rounds of celebrations in Kuwait, Dubai, Oman and Lebanon in the caravan this June which will be mounted by TFC in partnership with the Filipino community organizations in the Middle East (M.E.).
On June 7, Vhong Navarro and Pokwang will bring their signature music and brand of humor at the Musika at Tawanan 2 at Al Arabi Basketball Stadium, Mansouriya, Kuwait. In partnership with the Alliance of Filipino Organizations in Kuwait (ALLFIL-OK), TFC will bring two of the industry’s biggest names who managed to shift from comedy to other talents with success.
On June 14, Kapamilya hottie Paulo Avelino and Pinoy Dream Academy Grand Winner Yeng Constantino will jam with kapamilyas at the 115th Celebration of Philippine Independence in Dubai. This part of the celebration is made possible by TFC’s partnership with the Filipino Community in Dubai and Northern Emirates (FILCOM D-NE).
Day after on June 15, Paulo will travel to Oman for the Independence Day celebration of the Filipino Community Social Club (FILCOSOC). The heartthrob who became widely known as Nathan in Walang Hanggan is also a singer and will bring with him his own brand of music.
Finally on June 16, Paulo will continue to bring kapamilya fun together with organizer Filipino Workers’ Association in Metn (FILWAM) at the UNESCO Palace in Lebanon. Paulo will serenade candidates of the Ms. Earth FILWAM candidates in this leg.
In all days, TFC will also launch its newest service – TV Everywhere. With the promise, At Home Ka, Anywhere, Filipinos in M.E. will enjoy TFC wherever they may be through various gadgets. TFC will also launch its 60 on 60 Pasasalamat promo and other exciting items from the premier Filipino network in the world.
Every year, TFC and the Filipino community organizations in the M.E. join hands as one family to celebrate the story of our independence and to recognize our heroes both famous and lesser known like hardworking overseas Filipinos. This year’s TFC Kapamilya Kalayaan Karavan 2013 is brought to Filipinos in the Middle East through partnerships with ALLFIL-OK in Kuwait headed by Celerino Umandap; FILCOM D-NE in Dubai headed by Matilyn Bagunu; FILCOSOC in Oman under the leadership of Janette Daang; and the FILWAM, Lebanon under Celso delos Santos.
For more information, contact your nearest Filipino community groups or visit www.facebook.com/TFCMiddleEast