Tenelle Christine Luafalemana who has been describe by many as “a breath fresh air” will arrive today for a Love & Reggae concert tour in the country.
The tour is proudly sponsored by Our Telekom, Paoa FM & SolBrew.
DJ Manager and Executive Producer Victor Lopez told Solomon Star, that Tenelle (USA) will be in the Solomon Islands for the very first time this week, and will be performing on the 10th and 11th February as part of the ‘Love & Reggae’ concert series.
“The first show will be on Friday 10th of February at Coral Sea Resort, alongside DMP, Flypsyddaz Band, Blad P2A, Young Davie, Sisiva, Trabol Sum, Ruffneck and will be hosted by DJ Tom Tom of Zfm & Big Momma.
“The second show will be on the Saturday 11th February in Noro, Western Province at Double A Nightclub,” Lopez said.
During the tour Tenelle will also be visiting local schools, hospitals in the country and hopefully be able to record music with local artists.
Tenelle recently has been on tour in the pacific islands for the last three months, and she has performed sold out shows in Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga and Hawaii.
According to Lopez she flew home to California from Hawaii to visit family and will spend two days at home before departing back to pacific for her final shows of her tour in Solomon Islands then will take a break for a few months to record her new album.
“It’s an honour to have the chance to tour grammy award nominee, billboard charting, 2018 pacific music awards winner ‘Tenelle’ to the Solomon Islands which is also the first female reggae artist to tour Solomon Islands in over 13 years,” he said.
Blad P2A of DMP was on tour recently with Tenelle in Australia in which is they were privileged to witness her deliver an amazing performance; we knew at the point that we needed to bring her to the Solomon Islands, Lopez said.
Tickets are now on sale from Coral Sea Resort hotel reception.
All tickets purchased before Friday 10th February will go into the draw to win a brand-new phone courtesy of Our Telekom.
By FOLLET JOHN
Solomon Star, Newsroom