Naio and Native Stonage to rock Honiara next week


REGGAE fans in Honiara will have the opportunity to witness two shows by the two reggae giants in the Pacific.

The shows are scheduled for September 30 and October 1 at the Art Gallery in Honiara.

Managing Director of the two-day event, Mr Allan Siau told this paper that the name of the event is “Pacific Giant Reggae Music Concept”.

He said the event will be a first of its kind in the Pacific for the two reggae bands to arrange for a combined show.

Mr Siau said during the shows other country’s famous reggae bands such as Jah Roots will also feature together with Jaro Local, who is famous for his two local hits “Half Malaita and Daki ni Tangarare.”

“I advise all the funs in the country especially in Honiara that this event is a first of its kind to give you the kind of reggae staff you want.

“One good thing about the event as well is the money raise will use some of them to support the Labour Ward at the national Referral Hospital

“So I call upon everyone to come along and support as we’ll offer to you the best as we can with the reggae music in the Pacific,” he said.

Mr Siau said tickets for the shows are now on sale in front of the Museum office along the Mendana Avenue.

He said people intending to be part of the shows must get tickets now before the sale closes on the 29th of this month.

Mr Siau said buying tickets during the show will be expensive, however people ask to grab tickets now.

He shouts out to reggae fans in the country to come and support the event to support the Labour Ward at the NRH.

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