Around 15 percent of tickets to I Am Toni—Toni Gonzaga’s anniversary concert at the Araneta Coliseum—still remain unsold. That’s according to Joed Serrano, one of the producers of the music event happening tomorrow, January 20.
In a statement sent to Manila Standard Entertainment, Serrano said that as of January 13, the I Am Toni has sold 55 percent of the tickets, “Twenty percent goes to the sponsors who pledged their support for their endorser. Mommy Pinti paid 350 tickets for her friends, relatives and church mates who ordered from her.”
Serrano has reserved some 300 tickets for his friends who ordered from him instead of going to TicketNet.
“These tickets are paid. Wala ng libre sa panahon ngayon except pag kapamilya mo ang manonood. Iba ang concert sa pulitika at pelikula,” the concert producer said.
“As of this date, we still have 15 percent tickets unsold. You can still buy your tickets and get a chance to watch this very controversial concert,” he went on.
I Am Toni, which is also happening on the TV TV host and singer’s 39th birthday, marks her 20 years in show business.
“As we join in the celebration, let us all give ourselves a chance to be good in this world. Smile, wag nega sa buhay. Kung wala kang sasabihing di maganda sa kapwa mo, then might as well be quiet kesa magkasala ka pa at mastress,” Serrano ended his statement.
Meanwhile, Toni took to Instagram to invite her fans to watch her concert happening at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
“I am grateful to be able to do this on my birthday. I will be celebrating my 20th anniversary at the Araneta Coliseum. What a journey!! Thankful for the past, excited for the present, and looking forward to the future! Hope to see you there!” Gonzaga wrote in her caption.