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KKU aims to give fans an experience they will never forget

KKU aims to give fans an experience they will never forget

By Shanil Singh
Sunday 29/11/2020
Bill Cokanauto of KKU. [image: KKU]

Award winning local band Kula Kei Uluivuya are looking forward to giving fans an experience they will never forget at the 2020 Woodstock Uprising Music Festival on Saturday.

Lead singer Bill Cokanauto says it has been a tough year for everyone and they want to end the year with a bang.

The Tagimoucia hit-maker says they will be playing some of their famous hits on the night.

Cokanauto says he has not performed at Uprising for many years now because he could not apply for a set on time but he has managed to apply on time this year.

Kuki, Knox, DJ Christonite, Glass Alley, Blue Vein and Georgina Ledua are some of the artists that will be performing at the Uprising Music Festival from 10am to 9.30pm Saturday at the Uprising Beach Resort.

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