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    Bukas Palad Music Ministry performs for the first time in Winnipeg in support of continued typhoon Haiyan relief efforts

    Bukas Palad, the highly-acclaimed Christian music group from the Philippines behind the well-loved songs, “Hindi Kita Malilimutan”, “Tanging Yaman”, “Sa Yo Lamang”, “Anima Christi”, and “I Will Sing Forever” is performing for the first time in Winnipeg on Saturday, April 5, 2014, doors open at 6 PM, show starts 7 PM at the Portage Church, 1420 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. The Huwag Kang Mangamba (Be not Afraid) concert is in support of World Vision Canada’s continuing Filipino typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.

    Since 1986, Bukas Palad has recorded 15 albums under the Jesuit Music Ministry of the Ateneo de Manila University and has performed in over a hundred solo concerts across the Philippines, Japan, Hongkong and the United States.

    For tickets, visit wvlive.ca or call:

    Eileen Tran- Heart of Worship International Church (204) 295.9076
    Aida Champagne – 204. 960.8530
    Luchie Sanchez- St Peter’s Catholic Church (748 Keewatin St) – 204. 228.-8891 or 204. 697.7600
    Jimel’s Bakery (471 Bannatyne Ave) –204. 957.7542
    (2-1030 Keewatin St) –204. 415.4998
    Jimel’s Int’l Cuisine Unit A 1045 James St) – 204.654.6357
    Lily Reyes- Filipino United Community Church (1039 Pritchard Ave) – 204.582.2836
    Church of the Living Hope – 204.633.2230

    “Following the many tragedies that the Philippines has and continues to experience, Bukas Palad has dedicated 2014 to singing of hope and healing. We proclaim God’s words, “Huwag Kang Mangamba. Be not afraid,” as we visit various communities, to sing and to pray with our church and our people. It is our hope that our concerts in North America will help Filipino communities be one with our nation as we face the long road of healing and rebuilding with the love, hope, joy and generosity of Christ.”—Justin Pantaleon, Bukas Palad Member and Lead organizer.

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