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Carnival entertainment schedule released

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The 69th Liberation Day Carnival continues to offer an array of international foods, games, kiddie and amusement rides, displays, arts and crafts, photo booths, a zipline, casino, a new iMax ride, and nightly entertainment.

The entertainment schedule for week three is as follows: 

Saturday, June 8

            7:00PM            Performance To Be Announced*

            8:00PM         God Is Love (Formerly Mixed Plate) Local Dancing Band)

            9:00PM         5+1 ( Pop Hits, Dancing Band)

Sunday, June 9

            7:00PM         Uso Fealofani (Cultural Dance Group)

            8:00PM            Fireworks Show

            8:00PM         Island Alliance (Local Dancing Band)

Monday, June 10

            7:00PM         Te'Ora Fire & Cultural Show (Cultural Dance Group)

            8:00PM         BB-Gun Brigade (Easy Listening)

Tuesday, June 11

            7:00PM         Bright Eyes Dance & Entertainment (Cultural Dance Troupe)

            8:00PM         Tropic Trio (Island Music Band)

Wednesday, June 12

            7:00PM         Tamalii Samoa (Cultural Dance Group)

            8:00PM         Two Smooth (Pop Hits, Acoustic)

Thursday, June 13      

            7:00PM         Kaju Kenbo (Martial Arts Demonstration)

            8:00PM         Four Piece (Roots, Rock Reggae Band) 

Friday, June 14

            7:00PM         Rhythm Cheer (Cheer Squad)

            8:00PM         5+1 ( Pop Hits, Dancing Band)

            9:30PM         Airborn (Pop/Rock Band)

(*subject to change)

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