Marcelito Pomoy to Perform in Budapest Next Week

Music

International star Marcelito Pomoy promises an extraordinary concert experience for the Budapest audience on May 24. The concert is organized by Koncertpromo.hu, owned by Roland Horváth, and promises to be a special live performance.

Marcelito Pomoy, the world-renowned Filipino singer, came onto the scene through talent shows "Filipino Got Talent” and "America's Got Talent”, among others. Marcelito’s effortless switching between female and male voices is a unique ability that makes his concert a memorable experience.

The concert will take place at the Tüskecsarnok in Budapest, where the artist will be accompanied by a live orchestra.

"It is an honor for me to be part of this fantastic project and to work with Koncertpromo.hu”, said Marcelito Pomoy. "I can’t wait to share my music with the audience in Budapest and create an evening that will touch their hearts and leave an unforgettable memory.”

Roland Horváth, the owner of Koncertpromo.hu, said, "We are delighted to bring Marcelito Pomoy to Budapest for a truly magical evening. This show is a testament to our commitment to providing an excellent live music experience and we look forward to sharing this unique event with the audience.”

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