The final leg of the thanksgiving concert series sponsored by the Tingog party-list drew to a close in Tacloban City, Leyte where it gathered a massive crowd that overflowed the event’s venue at RTR Plaza on Saturday.
Dubbed “Tingog ng Pasasalamat,” the party-list staged the four-leg concert series as a gesture of its gratitude for the overwhelming support it received in the May 2022 elections.
The party-list won two seats in Congress.
Speaker and Leyte Rep. Ferdinand Martin Romualdez, who attended the event, thanked the Leyteños for their support while acknowledging the important contributions of the Tingog party-list in the effort to pass legislation meant to improve the lives of Filipinos.
“I am happy to see this huge crowd that trooped here to enjoy this concert. I am truly thankful for your display of support. Let me assure you that we will continue to work closely with Tingog to uplift the lives not only of the people of Leyte but inclusive progress for the entire country,” Romualdez said.
Tingog Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez gave assurance that their party would continue to deliver on its “distinct brand of service, particularly to those who need it the most.”
“You can be assured that Tingog will remain true to its avowed objective of bringing about hope, change, and progress to our communities. Maraming salamat po sa patuloy na suporta,” she said.
Tingog Rep. Jude Acidre also thanked the Leyteños for the massive turnout at the concert and for their cooperation and warm welcome to Tingog workers visiting their communities to provide assistance.
The event showcased local talents like Remo Tribe, Outcast Musicians, J&J, Jaydi and Phonics.
In between the performances, raffles were drawn, offering valuable prizes such as electronic gadgets.
For the highlight of the show, the audience was treated to the rousing performances of actress-singer Karla Estrada, Master Rapper Andrew E and Pinoy rock icon Bamboo, along with the Plethora band.
Cebu City was the first leg of the free concerts kicked off last February 12, followed by Cebu City, and Tagum City, and Quezon City in that order.