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Guam Music Festival tomorrow at Paseo

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - The Guam Music Festival kicks off tomorrow at the Paseo Baseball Stadium.  A voter registration booth, local vendors and children's attractions will be set up to the sounds of island music, culminating in performances by Hawaiian band Ooklah the Moc and reggae royalty Ky-Mani Marley.

"For me it's very soulful music it's actually what I'm doing now is actually the music I like to perform even more so than the radio and urban stuff. This music it speaks to the soul. It speaks to the mind," said Marley.

Doors open at noon. Advance tickets are $25 at Circle K/76 and MWR, and $40 at the door.

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