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Electronic dance music washes up on Gun Beach

by Krystal Paco

Guam - It's the island's inaugural electronic music festival and it's washing up on Gun Beach tomorrow night. Brought to you by Tropical Productions and L.A.-based event marketing agency 6am Group, the Electronic Island Festival features off-island talents from L.A. headliner DJ Gina Star to Manila's Clyde Harris, and local favorite, DJ Ronnie Perez.

Among the DJs slated to perform is 6am Group's business developer Jia Wang. "What you can expect is a lot of positive energy, positive vibes that's really the one thing we can describe in words this type of event is more of a feeling, an experience. And a way that we're going to creating the music from beginning to end it's really going to match with the weather going into sunset going deep into the night," said Wang.

Doors open at 3pm at The Beach Bar. Show starts at 4pm and run through midnight. Tickets are $25 pre-sold at all Shell locations, Crowns Guam, The Globe box office, Andersen ITT, MWR, or online at TPIGuam.com. Tickets at the door are $35.

You must be 18 to enter, 21 to drink.

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