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Musicians play free at four events raising money for disaster victims

Date Posted: 2011-04-07

Four concerts are in the works for Sunday afternoon in Naha, Okinawa and Ginowan Cities to raise funds for victims of the March 11th earthquake and tsunami.

Artists committed to the fundraising cause include Mongol 800, Diamantes, Erica Sunakawa, Isamu Shimoji, Yukito Ara, D-51, Jimama and Kiroro.The events have been organized by the Commmittee of Ganbare Tohoku and Ganbare Nippon in Okinawa, with Keiichi Inamine the consultant of honor, and Hotaru Higa the chairman of the organizing committee. The Sunday concerts are supported by Okinawa Prefecture, the Okinawa Convention Bureau and Ginowan City.

Gates open at Ginowan Seaside Park Outdoor Theater and two other stages set up in Ginowan Seaside Park, at noon Sunday, with the music starting at 1 p.m. Concerts at Music Town Sound Market in Goya, Okinawa City, at Sakurazaka Central in Naha City, and at Takara Records on Kokusai Street, also start at 1 p.m.

The simultaneous concerts are titled “What A Wonderful World” as the musicians and others donate their services to raise money for the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Charity. Admission is free to all concerts. Donations will be solicited before, during and after the concerts.

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