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Paseo Stadium is the perfect venue for Guam Live

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - It's the single largest music event in Guam's history and it's set to take place at the Paseo Stadium starting tomorrow night. But why Paseo Stadium?

Guam Visitors Bureau deputy general manager Nate Denight said, "The festival kind of follows along with our tourism 2020 Plan and our strategic vision for Guam's tourism. One of our keys points it taking tourism outside Tumon. So this is in line with Governor Eddie Calvo's vision of restoring the capitol village of Hagatna."

And it's strategically placed in the heart of Hagatna for good reason as Denight explains, there'll be plenty of parking, saying, "We will have a crosswalk. We have the security there near the crosswalk. We're also working with GPD to have Friday and Saturday to have GPD there at the two intersections to help with traffic management. We encourage everyone to park throughout Paseo or like they do for Chamorro Village. There's plenty of parking throughout Haganta. Another key reason for putting the festival here in the capital."

And it'll be more than just a knockout musical lineup as Chamorro Village's Jeff San Nicolas says all the Wednesday Night Market vendors, shops, and restaurants will be open to accommodate festival goers. "The Chamorro village shops and restaurants will be extending their operating hours during the festival. Starting Thursday, June 5th I know there's a pre-show that we'll be having so we'll be extending our shops that normally close around 6 oclock to close to midnight or the close of the event or the festival. So we definitely would like to encourage the public or coming to the pre-show to please visit our shops, visit our restaurants. We will be open for the next couple of days," he said.

And if you go, don't forget to bring your hard ticket or a ticket printout and your photo ID.

Also, leave at home pets, laser pointers, outside food or drinks and coolers, large chains or spike jewelry, any inflatables and frisbees, tents, large umbrellas, large backpacks, purses, or bags, weapons, and any professional recording equipment and video cameras.

Do bring a small bag, non-professional flash or still cameras, your cellphone, sunglasses, and beach chairs.

Again the two-day concert kicks off tomorrow with doors opening at four p.m. and again at 4 p.m. on Saturday night...

Taking center stage on Friday is Love and Hafa Adai at 6, Izah Blue at 7, Caleb the King at 815, Rock Bottom at 845 and Sublime with Rome at 10p.m.

On Saturday its Popu Lady at 5, Nu'est at 6, Brown Eyed Girls at 6:30, Home Made Kazoku at 715, Pia Mia at 8, Steel Pulse at 9 and Matisyahu at 1030.

For more information or to purchase your tickets online, go to Guam-Live.com.
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