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Guam Live will rock Paseo Stadium

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - In just a few days the Guam Visitors Bureau's signature two day event will light up the Paseo Stadium.

It's not the typical hits for the Paseo Stadium, but you can expect it to be a home run with fans.

"This is a long time vision planning event for us so we're just happy to see it happen this weekend," he said.

Guam Visitors Bureau deputy general manager Nathan Denight is talking about the Lotte Duty Free Guam Live International Music Festival. Musicians from around the world will be stepping up to the plate in what is sure to be a grand slammin' two nights

GVB's Nate Denight, "Of course we have Sublime with Rome coming out Matisyahu Steel Pulse, Pia Mia Guam own Pia Mia will be coming back performing for the first time since she's had her record deal so we're really excited to see that but then we have all kinds of international acts coming from Japan Taiwan Korea from Japan we have two bands. And from Korea we have two big k-pop stars, a boy group and brown eyed girls which is a 2010 artist of the year for k-pop. So its just a really well rounded lineup that I think everyone is going to enjoy and you'll probably find something that maybe you don't normal listen to but enjoy."  

Although it may be subject to change here's the starting lineup for Friday.

At 7pm it's Izah Blue, 8:15m Caleb the King, 8:45 rock bottom and at 10pm Sublime with Rome.

On Saturday:

5pm: Popu Lady will warm things up

6pm; Nu-Est

6:30: Brown Eyed Girls

7:15 : Home Made Kazoku

8:00pm Guam's own Pia Mia

9pm: Steel Pulse

And 10:30pm Matisyahu will be hitting it out of the ballpark.

If you plan on attending this first of its kind GVB event-you better get their early.

"So  I encourage everyone - doors open at four each day get the two day pass it's a great value at $80 to enjoy all those acts so we have great acts on both days and we think everyone is going to enjoy it."

For more information or to purchase your tickets online go to www.guam-live.comat all 76/Circle K gas stations, Andersen ITT, MWR and Crowns Guam.
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