ABS-CBN noontime show Happy Yipee Yehey and primetime teleseryes Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin and Imortal are only few of the ABS-CBN shows that have truly become a part of Filipinos’ viewing habits. That’s why the stars of these programs are grateful for the unrelenting support they receive.
To give thanks to the ever loyal Kapamilyas, ABS-CBN Regional Network Group (RNG) proudly brings the unending journey of the Kapamilya Karavan, featuring the most sought after Kapamilya stars John Pratts of Happy Yipee Yehey, Coco Martin of the top-rating Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, Maricar Reyes of Imortal, Kapamilya hunk Ron Morales and ASAP mainstay Erik Santos, in celebration of the annual Panaad sa Negros festival on April 9, Saturday, 8 p.m., at Panaad Stadium, Bacolod City.
All of them are ready to showcase their most energetic performances just to give joy to the people of Negros, who have always been supportive of the Kapamilya network.
After a whole week of giving people happiness and whopping prizes in Happy Yipee Yehey’s “Ikaw Ang Bida,” John Pratts is now ready to perform live on the Kapamilya Karavan stage.
“Excited na akong maki-party sa kanilang lahat. Alam kong sobra nilang sinusuportahan ang show namin, kaya nandito kami para mag-thank you sa kanilang lahat at masuklian din yung pagmamahal na ibinibigay nila sa amin,” said John.
Maricar feels very happy to be part of Kapamilya Karavan once again. Her teleserye Imortal has been receiving good feedback from Negros. So, Maricar takes this chance of thanking the Ilonggos personally.
“Mahilig ako sa mga ganitong celebrations. Nakikita ko kung gaano kayaman ang culture ng Pilipinas at gaano ang pagiging masiyahin ng mga taga-Bacolod,” Maricar shared.
With this colorful and star-studded event, ABS-CBN would also like to express its gratitude to the support of Filipinos worldwide.
Don’t miss this joyous celebration! Catch Kapamilya Karavan on April 9 at Panaad Stadium, Bacolod City. ABS-CBN Regional Network Group (RNG) goes all over the country whole year round to join in the Philippines’ most colorful festivities.