By on January 21, 2014

Photo: Facebook Page of Wency Cornejo
Photo: Facebook Page of Wency Cornejo

Let love songs warm your hearts during True Faith and Wency Cornejo’s Valentine‘s Show Canadian Tour in Toronto 2014 on Feb. 22, Saturday at the Global Kingdom Ministries, at 1250 Markham Rd., Scarborough, Toronto. The serenade will start at 5 p.m.

Truefaith and Wency are coming from Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver as part of their Canadian Tour and will head to Montreal after Toronto.

Filipino band True Faith, one of the most popular and accomplished easy-listening bands in the Philippines, brings a repertoire of romantic hit songs Perfect, Awit Para sa Kanya (Song for Her), one-acoustic guitar ballad Kung OK lang Sa  ‘Yo (If it’s Ok with You), Sumasarap ang Gising (Waking Up is Getting Sweeter) and Dedma (I don’t care), among others.

Wency Cornejo, meanwhile, who has launched a solo career after his band days with After Image, will croon lovebirds with popular hits like Habang May Buhay (While There’s Life), Forevermore, Without You, You Made Me Believe, etc.

The song artists are scheduled to hold a press conference, meet and greet with prime ticket holders and sponsors night on Feb. 21. They are also set to visit several Filipino establishments in Toronto. Details on the time and venue will be announced later.

The Canadian tour will continue with Spectacle de la Saint Valentin in Montreal on Feb. 23 at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, at the Concordia University Loyola Campus. Doors will open at 3 p.m.

This won’t be the first time for True Faith and Cornejo to entertain Filipino-Canadians. Their past performances had been marked with warm welcome and success prompting their return to the Canadian stage. They promise an evening filled with love for their fans, engagement and entertainment.

Concert organizers Pinoy Times Entertainment and Benchmark Management Group are holding an early bird promo survey that will give concert-goers 10% off their ticket purchases until Jan. 31, 2014. Those willing to answer a short survey will automatically get the discounted price on their purchase.

Giving more entertainment value are local Toronto talents LCPD, Uppercase, Inah Patrizia, Partida and Kate Jose and the JDL performers. In Montreal, the added entertainment will be given by bands Addictive Remedy, Frozen Flame and Kontrapelo.

Tickets are at $95 (reserved seats and includes meet and greet with the artists on Feb. 21, Friday), $65 (mid section on first come, first served basis), and $45 (general admission on first come, first served basis).

Tickets for the Toronto concert are available at J&J Ent and Bon Bon at the Oriental Centre at Sheppard and Brimley; FV Foods outlets at Lawrence and Warden, Bathurst and Wilson and Mississauga; Cusina Lounge at Bathurst and Wilson; and Manila Bakery at 20 Ceremonial Drive, Mississauga. Tickets may also be purchased online at or call 1-877-616-0101.

Event organizers wish to thank major concert sponsors Ria Money Transfer, Cuisine Sante, Kubo Magazine, FV Foods and Cusina Lounge, Souvlaki George and Marc Cortez and partners JDL Performing Arts, Action Honda, FilCore Support Group and Radio Insect Records and all the media partners.

Cheryl Cantonjos, of BMG, said those who have inquiries regarding sponsorship and tickets may reach her at phone nos. 647-962-2002 or send her an e-mail at