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Don't miss tomorrow's UB40 concert

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You've heard the songs like "Red, Red, Wine" on the radio, taking you back, now you can watch your favorite reggae tunes live.


UB40's Ali Campbell and Astro are here on island to play an unforgettable concert. Astro said the band will play hit-after-hit, a sure dance party you won't want to miss.

The English reggae band takes the stage tomorrow, Feb. 13, in Tumon.

"We'd like to call it the Pre-Valentine's Day Concert if you have a loved one or you don't have a loved one come and enjoy some great music," Kim Gogue, operations manager of Tropical Productions Inc. said.

"Maybe you can find a loved one," Campbell responded. "Our message is Big Love, it's big Love to everybody out here on Guam we're here to Party come party with us. And reggae again not only is it the sexiest music but it's also the party music of the world."

"Yeah it's a music that's internationally loved and understood," Astro said. "And you know English doesn't need to be your first language everyone can understand a good drum and bass line, and I think a good bass line could say more than a thousand words ever could."

Though you must be 21 to drink, the event is open to fans across generations.

Tickets are still available online or at any 76 Circle K locations.
The UB40 Concert is at the Joseph Flores Memorial Park in Tumon, doors open at 4 p.m. and the music starts at 5 p.m.

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