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Electric Island Festival is bigger and better

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 by Asha Robles

Guam - The summer's biggest anticipated party is back. The Electric Island Festival kicks off at 4pm Saturday at the Paseo Riverside in Hagatna. Coordinator Jia Wang says the crowd can definitely expect more out of this year's event including its lineup of international DJs.

"What will also be different is the visual experience, I think there aren't many concerts that have visual experience here on Guam and with a dance music festival or dance event it goes hand in hand," said Wang. "The venue is bigger this year and we're going a little bit later unlike last year where we had to end at midnight, this year we're going until 3 am."

You can purchase advanced tickets for $30 while tickets bought at the door on the day of the event will be $40.
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