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VitiFM Digicel Live Mai Rooftop Concert set to amaze Fiji with vast local talents this Saturday

VitiFM Digicel Live Mai Rooftop Concert set to amaze Fiji with vast local talents this Saturday

By Violet Matakibau
Wednesday 20/11/2019
Aggie Vakaloloma and band during VitiFM Digicel Live Mai Rooftop Concert rehearsal

With just 3 days to go, Fiji’s first-ever VitiFM Digicel Live Mai Rooftop Concert is set to amaze the people of Fiji with the vast local talents that will take the stage this Saturday.

One of the famous local singers that will be part of the concert, Sassy says she has done a few roof-top concerts around the region however this one will be special, as the songs she will be singing is written by her partner.

Sassy says there is so much untapped talent in Fiji and there is potential for artists to work together and share their gifts and experiences.

Two of her new original songs that she will be singing are ‘Kalokalo Volasiga’ and ‘Totoka ni Yacamu’.

Other artists that will be performing include The Vude Queen Laisa Vulakoro, Eta Gonerogo, Aggie Vakaloloma, Cagi ni Delaiyatova, Voqa ni Delai Dokidoki, Tauvu Tribute and Leba Boi Yawa e Lomai Nasau.

VitiFM Content Director, Maikeli Radua says because this will be a rooftop concert, VitiFM can only allow a limited number of spectators to mingle with the artists, however, you can tune in to VitiFM on 92 FM, 92.2 FM or 92.6FM or watch it live on their Facebook page - VitiFM.

Only 15 lucky people that participated in the radio station's on-air competitions will be able to watch the concert live at the venue of the Roof Top concert which is 231 Waimanu Road, Suva.

The last 5 tickets for the concert will be given on Friday.

The Concert Program will kick start at 5pm this Saturday with Cagi Ni Delai Yatova set to take the stage at 5:04pm , Sassy will be performing at 5.41pm, Senilagakali Kei Koroilagi at 6.11pm, Etta Gonerogo will perform at 6.41pm, Leba Boi Yawa E Lomai Nasau at 7.21pm, The Vude Queen, Laisa Vulakoro will take the stage at 7.52pm, Tauvu Tribute at 8.23pm, Aggie Vakaloloma at 9.04pm and the last band to perform will be the Voqa Ni Delai Dokidoki at 9.34pm.

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