The Pink Tour’ invades Bulacan 

LIVE performances are certainly one of the things we miss that COVID-19 took away from us. As the nation slowly reverts to normal with decreasing Covid cases, there’s something close to a concert that is available to us.

That is, if you concur and support the cause, ‘Sa Gobyernong Tapat, Angat Buhay Lahat.’ Vice President Leni Robredo’s campaign rallies and sorties have now seemed to be a concert on tour as support from various artists, bands and singers pour out for the presidential aspirant.

Twitterverse has even called the events, ‘The Pink Tour.’

On Saturday, The Pink Tour came to the historic land of Bulacan. Barasoain Kalinangan’s Ang Republika gave us a historical performance which is a tableau about the founding of the First Philippine Republic in the notable Barasoain Church in 1899.

It was followed by San Miguel, Bulacan’s very own Virgilio Almario, a poet who  recited his own classic piece penned for Vice President Leni Robredo entitled “Saranggola ng Pag-Asa”.

Aside from these timeless and uniquely Bulacan-flavored performances, we were entertained by local performers like the Robredocs Bulacan, a group of Leni-loving doctors who moved us with their heartfelt performance that remind us how VP Leni has been a huge support to the medical community during the pandemic.

“These are busy doctors, everyone in the practice, pero isinisingit namin yung time para ma-enjoy din ng crowd at ma-inspire with the song, na lalong mag-hype ang kanilang love for Leni, Kiko, and the tropas.” Doc Coy from Robredocs Bulacan stated. 

For the most awaited part of the event, celebrity guests such as Chloe Redondo, Lunarlights, Frenchie Dy, Nikki Valdez, Johnoy Danao, Gab Valenciano, Kuh Ledesma, and Truefaith to declared their support for VP Leni Robredo and serenaded the Bulakenyos!  “‘DAHIL IKAW Ma’am Leni Robredo at ikaw Sir Kiko Pangilinan ang magdadala sa ating lahat patungo sa kulay rosas na bukas,” TrueFaith posted on their Facebook account using a creative play of their famous song titles.

“HUWAG NA LANG mananakaw dahil PERFECT 10 si Leni.” For the final act of the program, the sea of kakampinks flashed lights from their phones in the middle of the dark symbolizing hope. They were then amused with major goosebumps as the pyromusical show from Bocaue ended this event with a total bang–a fireworks display spelling out “LENI-KIKO.”