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Guam Live is two straight days of amazing music

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The stage is set and sound check complete for what's hyped to be the single largest music event in Guam history. But with a knockout lineup set to step up to the plate at the Paseo Stadium, which acts are the fans most excited to see?

Guam Live kicks off today with Love and Hafa Adai at 6pm, Izah Blue at 7pm, 8:15pm Caleb the King, 8:45 Rock Bottom and taking the stage at 10pm is Sublime with Rome. Then on Saturday, doors open at 4pm with Popu Lady kicking things off at 5pm, 6pm Nu'est, Brown Eyed Girls at 6:30pm, 7:15pm Home Made Kazoku, 8pm Pia Mia hits the stage, at 9pm Steel Pulse and closing out the night at 1030pm is Matisyahu! So the place to be this weekend is Guam Live.

If you aren't able to catch Guam Live tonight, you still have tomorrow with doors opening at 4pm and the concert beginning at 5pm. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at Crowns Guam, 76/Circle K locations, MWR, Andersen ITT or Guam-Live.com.
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