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POLY OUTREACH EVENT TO TAKE PLACE IN SOUTHERN UTAH WITH COMMON KINGS

Events, Music 14 Mar 2013   »   by Admin

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The What It Do proudly supports Dixie State University’s “Poly Movement Reaching for Success”. DSU, located in St Geroge, Utah, will host the event in hopes to inspire people to understand the importance of education. Dixie State’s Women’s Rugby Team, who is putting on the event, aims to inspire people to reach their full potential and to follow their dreams. Although the event is open to everyone, the team hopes that the event will especially touch the lives of those in the Polynesian community and help Polynesian people rise in society with any career path they desire.

The show will be a formal concert setting. DSU hopes that the event will showcase the diverse talents within the Polynesian community and allow them to be exposed to the world. The headlining performer will be The Poly Rock Royalty group Common Kings. Other acts include performances from American Idol Semi-Finalist Taylor Vaifanua, Nina Saute of Salt Lake Cit, UT, Tone Loco (AKA PRAIRIE BOI), J. Stringz, and David Rhythm.

Check out this video of the headliner, Common Kings, performing an acoustic version of their song “Alcoholic”. #WhatTHEYDo

“Poly Movement Reaching for Success” will take place on April 5th, 2013, at 6:00 PM at the Cox Stadium in St George, Utah. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door, and tickets for kids under 7 are only $3! All proceeds go to support Dixie State University’s Women’s Rugby and Men’s Rugby programs, DSU’s Polynesian Club, and a scholarship fund. You can buy tickets in advance at the box office inside of the Cox Stadium or at dixiestatetickets.com

Lina Ieremia, president of Dixie State’s Women’s Rugby program, says “This is the beginning of a very powerful movement… We are devoted to helping each other reveal the burning passions within, and create a vision that will eventually become a reality. This is history in the making and together we can make a difference in the world.”

This is Southern Utah’s very first Polynesian Movement Event. We promise that you won’t want to miss out on this one! For more information, you can contact Lina Ieremia at aieremia@dmail.dixie.edu

Press Release Written By: Madison Olive

  • Amazing! Thank you so much for the support. Lets get this Poly Movement MOVING !

  • ise

    love the show! thanks for a fun safe good old time !!keep it coming!!!we love what yall doing!

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  • ise

    love the show! thanks for a fun safe good old time !!keep it coming!!!we love what yall doing!

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