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St Patrick’s Day – Fundraiser – Saturday 17th March

St Patrick’s Day – Fundraiser – Saturday 17th March 2018 - Oasis

The Chairman and Board of Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival – American Samoa (SJAFAS) are pleased to announce that 2018 is the BIG Year for us.

This year we mark 5 years as the annual and premiere Jazz Festival of 2Samoas - by celebrating the memory and contribution of Samoan Jazz singer Mavis Rivers (1929-1992) in the 2Samoas in the Pacific – and on the international Jazz stage..

Samoana Festival will host “The Ports of Paradise” – A Tribute to Mavis Rivers Concert series that celebrates the memory of legendary and internationally acclaimed Samoan Jazz singer Mavis River (1929-1992) and tells our contemporary jazz music story to the world. The concert series will kick off in Honolulu Auckland, Wellington and and then weave into the November Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival.

And, for the first time we will open the Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival in Apia and finale in American Samoa ~ the Pacific’s birthplace of Jazz. This year is intended to take the Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival to the international level where we sit as an international Jazz Festival and the premiere JAZZ festival destination in the Pacific Rim region!

1ST FUNDRAISER 2018

Music Month of March kicks off with the first of several planned fundraisers throughout the year leading into the annual Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival –

ST PATRICK’S DAY – FUNDRAISER – SATURDAY 17TH MARCH 2018 @ The OASIS

Please let us know if you would like to support us by buying our Tickets;

For $15 you get:

A Cabaret line-up of American Samoa's top musicians including musicians from Samoa

Discounted drinks and Pupus

Meals and beverages available

An amazing time!

Please spread the word and come and join us!


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