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Trench Fest features popular reggae artists

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Get ready for Trench Fest. The two day reggae concert will feature five reggae bands and four local bands this Friday and Saturday at the Greyhound Park in Tamuning.

Performing are Josh Henrichs and Skillinjah backed up by Fred Bordallo, Jr's For Peace Band. "The whole thing is going to be unique and special because we have a local band backing us and we are just independent singers and so we have a local band backing us that we are big fans of as well for peace band so that sound is going to be unique in its own way 332 because they'll add their own flavor to it and everything," they said in a press conference.

Also set to perform are the Green Fortunate Youth and Iration.

You can purchase tickets to Trenchfest at Pika's Café Jamaican Grill and all Shell Gas Stations. Doors open at 4pm with show time set for 5pm. 

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