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GVB unveils Guam Live signature event

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Musicians and music lovers, get ready for the biggest showcase of local and off-island talent to hit Guam shores. At a 2014 Guam Events calendar launch held this morning, the Guam Visitors Bureau unveiled its latest signature event, the Guam Live International Music Festival.

GVB board member Nate Taimanglo said, "Mark your calendars for June 7 at the Paseo Stadium. It is destined to be one of the biggest music events held on Guam to date thousands of local and international are scheduled to attend."

Other signature events are also slated for the rest of march, including the Guam Ko'ko Kids Run scheduled for March 23, the xTerra Guam Championship on March 29, and the 2014 Guam Chamorro Crab Festival in Merizo from March 29 through 31.

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