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Mohawk Radio to perform as part of Creatives Live! concerts

Creatives Live makes a return to City Hall with Mohawk Radio (Image supplied)

Mohawk Radio are to perform an unplugged set on the steps of Hamilton’s City Hall as part of the Creatives Live open air concert series.

The concert will be held today from 12.30pm to 1.30pm and will be a socially distanced event.

Ernest Peets, the Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport, said: “This midday musical event is aimed at showcasing and supporting Bermuda’s talented artists.

“During our current times, this kind of uplifting entertainment from our local artists is truly welcomed and needed.”

Concertgoers were asked to wear masks at the event.

Past Creatives Live! performances have included The Unit Band; singers Joy T Barnum and Olivia Hamilton; the Tino Martinez Quartet; Working Title Band; LiveWires; and the Bermuda Carollers.

For more information about Creatives Live, phone 292-1681 or e-mail gsmawer@gov.bm.

To find out more about Bermuda’s arts scene or to be featured in the department’s online catalogue, visit www.creatives.bm

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Published January 21, 2022 at 7:43 am (Updated January 21, 2022 at 7:44 am)

Mohawk Radio to perform as part of Creatives Live! concerts

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