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Crowns Guam has special package for Pia Mia fans

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - In three short days close to a dozen acts will take center stage at the Paseo Stadium for the inaugural Lotte Duty Free Guam Live International Music Festival. It was just months ago Guam's own Pia Mia hit the big time - getting signed under Interscope records, the same label carrying artists like Lady Gaga, The Black Eyed Peas, and Eminem.

And although it's been a while since she's made a trip home, she's flying in tonight as one of the headliners for the very first music festival set for this Friday and Saturday at the Paseo Stadium in Hagatna.

With close to a dozen acts from around the world gearing up to take center stage for the two-day concert, Pia Mia holds a special place in the hearts of her Guam fans. That's why Crowns Guam is rolling out the red carpet for the local and now nationally known superstar on Saturday.

Crowns Guam creative director Marvin Manibusan said, "We're selling general admission tickets for both days and then as well we're selling a VIP package which is $70. It's the Pia Mia VIP package and it comes with a special meet and greet, you get to get access beforehand of the concert, you get to check out her sound check, you get a bunch of Pia Mia gear and you get to meet her, take a picture, get an autograph, and all of that."

And if you miss out on the special VIP package, and still wanna meet the 17-year-old who's garnering millions of hits on her videos, Crowns Guam is also hosting a second meet and greet next week.

"We have our own exclusive meet and greet that's open to the public and that is on Monday at 4 p.m. here at the shop in Tumon," he said.

And we're crossing our fingers she'll put on an impromptu unplugged performance instore.

"We're super proud of Pia Mia. We're her biggest fans. We really believe in her. She's on the verge of super stardom. She's Guam's own pretty much so we're behind her 100% and we can't wait to see all the great things in store for her," he said. "We're going to do whatever we can to get her to open up her voice but just her being her and greeting with the fans is cool too."

So don't miss out. Pia Mia takes the Paseo Stadium stage on Friday at 8 p.m.

For more information or to purchase your tickets online, go to GuamLive.com.

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