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Concert a success

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Tuesday, June 10, 2014

THE All Back Home concert has been hailed a success by organisers because of the number of people who turned up and its significance not only to local musicians but Australia-based colleagues as well.

The comment from event executive Nesbitt Hazelman followed the large crowd that gathered at the Royal Suva Yacht Club last Saturday to witness the many talents of various local and overseas artists.

"It was just lovely to witness yet another successful event," Hazelman said.

"The performances were just great especially with the blend of artists, both local and Sydney-based.

"Artists learnt a lot from each other at the one-night event in terms of sharing ideas and getting to learn from each other

"Next year we are considering a bigger venue because of the interests shown and we are looking at inviting artists from the US as well as Canada."








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