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10 hours of music at Guam Live

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - If you're looking for some weekend entertainment it'll be ten hours of good vibes at the hottest concert of the summer featuring local and off-island talent at Guam Live set for tomorrow.

At a press conference held this morning Saipan's Latte Vibes, San Diego's Through the Roots, San Francisco's The Shawn Megofna Band and LA-based Mighty Mellow Massive promise concert goers a combination of covers and original tunes that will get you up and dancing.

Doors open at 11am at the Guam Greyhound Park. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $25 at 76 Circle K, MWR, Andersen ITT, and online at TPIGuam.com tickets purchased on the day of the show will be $35.

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