Actors Johnny Wactor and Marcus Coloma of “General Hospital” fame, captivated Manhattan with an engaging and fun karaoke fan event, which was produced by CaliBx Experience. #Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos has the scoop.
“It feels great to be here,” Coloma said. “I love New York so much. I haven’t seen Johnny Wactor in a while because I’ve been in Florida, so it feels great to be back in New York City.”
This event was organized, structured, and it involved audience participation and engagement. The fans enjoyed singing duets with both Johnny Wactor and Marcus Coloma, and everyone sang as a group at times, and there was dancing and clapping along the way. The backdrop of the Empire State Building provided the quintessential setting for this event.
It featured autograph signings, photo opportunities, and meaningful conversations with the actors. Complimentary beverages and appetizers, which were an added treat.
Johnny Wactor, “The Actor,” expressed his gratitude to everyone that came, and for all of their support along the way. Coloma echoed his effusive sentiments.
On May 20, Coloma is looking forward to performing his “Acoustic Vibes” show Live at Hooch and Hive in Tampa, Florida, which is once again hosted by CaliBx Experience. To learn more about that show, click here. “I’m a little nervous because I haven’t been playing a lot of music,” he said.
Hopefully, this is a harbinger that there will be more Johnny Wactor and Marcus Coloma fan events in the future by CaliBx Experience. The three ladies that ran this in-person fan event deserve a round of applause for a job well done. It garnered an A rating.