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Matisyahu to play concert at LeoPalace

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - This morning a press conference was held at the Leo Palace Baseball Stadium announcing the details to the upcoming Reggae in the Hills: Matisyahu concert. The concert, will be held on Thursday, June 9. Doors open at 3pm with local bands scheduled to perform from 4-7pm. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Japan tsunami relief efforts. 

Tropical Productions general manager E.J. Calvo says the event has been in the works. "We have been working with the agents for Matisyahu for a while and it finally came through and they gave us a date to put on a big show on Guam and the anticipation is huge," he explained.

Tickets are just $30 and can be purchased at all Shell, IT&E, and Jamaican Grill locations.

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