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Rebelution bringin' the vibe from California

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - California reggae group Rebelution is on island and ready to perform at the Yigo Amusement Park on Saturday.  The group has produced two albums, The Courage to Grow (2007) and Bright Side of Life (2009).  They say they're ready to vibe come tomorrow.

They announced at a press conference, "We just like bringing the energy. We want to see people dance and we love to just get on stage and perform for the people on Guam.  It's cool - everybody comes out and has commonality with our music."

Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door and are available are available at American Music, Jah Reggae Shop, MWR, Calvo's Insurance, Scooter World and Jamaican Grill. Doors open at 2pm.

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