On Saturday, February 11, 2012, The Paul Soliai Foundation and Kulture Shock Group will present a high-energy charitable benefit concert to raise funds and awareness for the Paul Soliai Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Miami Dolphins Nose Tackle, Paul Soliai.
The concert will feature Ali Campbell, the legendary lead singer of the Grammy Award nominated group UB40 who has toured the globe, selling out concert venues both Nationally and Internationally. The benefit concert will also include a live performance by the multi-genre phenomenon, Common Kings, hailed as Poly Rock Royalty on the music scene.
The charitable event will take place at the Planet Hollywood Theater for the Performing Arts located at 3667 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109, during the Las Vegas USA Sevens Rugby Tournaments which is the largest rugby event to be held in the USA. Rugby teams from all over the world will compete during the 3 day event.
The Paul Soliai Foundation aims to promote the future success of disadvantaged American Samoa youth by developing programs that provide sports, leadership and educational opportunities.
Tickets may be purchased by going to http://ticketcake.com or http://ticketmaster.com. For information regarding the charitable benefit concert, please contact: Jerome A. With Kulture Shock Group at Kultureshock@rocketmail.com or (702)664-2142.
About Paul Soliai Foundation
The Paul Soliai Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization which was established in 2011 by Founder and Miami Dolphins Nose Tackle, Paul Soliai. The foundation’s mission is to promote the future success of disadvantaged American Samoa youth by developing programs that provide sports, leadership and educational opportunities.
The Foundation serves high school students facing learning disabilities and financial challenges by providing them with academic tutoring, athletic training, and scholarship opportunities to attend a US mainland college or university.
The Paul Soliai Foundation primarily focuses our efforts in American Samoa and Miami. We have also partnered with the National Football League in their nationwide development of Youth Education Town Centers (YET Centers) in each Super Bowl city. Our international initiatives will provide the much needed educational and athletic opportunities for youth. For more information regarding the Paul Soliai Foundation visit http://www.PaulSoliaiFoundation.org.
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