Lani Misalucha (left) and Martin Nievera.
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DUBAI – Philippine concert king Martin Nievera and “Asia’s Nightingale” Lani Misalucha will share the stage in Dubai for a concert in July.
The duo will be performing at the World Alliance Middle East Tour on July 5 at the Dubai World Trade Centre’s Zabeel Hall 4.
Nievera and Misalucha are ambassadors of the Philippine National Police’s Global Police Community Relations (Global PCR) initiative for overseas Filipino workers. Part of proceeds from the concert will be used to fund the initiative.
Nievera was in Dubai last year for a free concert to mark Philippine Independence Day, where he belted out his timeless classics and entertained the crowd with his humour.
Organisers said the concert in Dubai in July will be a musical extravaganza that will inspire and bring overseas Filipino workers closer to home.
What: World Alliance Middle East Tour
When: July 5, doors open at 6pm
Tickets: Starting from Dh100
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