Island Reggae Sensation Na Drua to Perform at Utah Cultural Celebration Center
WHAT: The Utah Cultural Celebration Center present a free outdoor concert by Hawaiian reggae sensation Na Drua.
WHEN: Monday, July 12
Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; performance begins at 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Utah Cultural Celebration Center
1355 West 3100 South
West Valley City, UT 84119
WHO: Everyone is invited to this free concert, and the rest of the WorldStage! concerts all summer long.
WHY: Island reggae music sung in Fijian, Spanish, Hawaiian and Samoan make up Na Drua, which is Fijian for “The Twins.” Twin brothers Semi & Jona grew up in the islands of Hawaii and Fiji surrounded by musical influences of family and Island culture. The two brothers have been singing together since childhood and share the same love for great music. Na Drua takes the love of life’s experiences and the love of the many cultures that have been part of the member’s lives, and makes it manifest in the band’s music. Na Drua (like many other bands) plays music out of love to bring people together and to bond different cultures together. Come relax with Na Drua.
For more information about this concert and other events or exhibits at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center call 801-965-5100 or visit culturalcelebration.org
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