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Pablo Olivares to rock San José

March 15, 2013

On March 16, Grammy-nominated Argentinian singer Pablo Olivares will perform a live Christian rock concert in Rosa de Sarón Church in San José.

Olivares will present his most recent material as well as a collection of his greatest hits to approximately 5,000 people Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Rosa de Sarón Auditorium. Doors will open at 4 p.m. and there will be a concession stand available.

As usual, he’ll be delivering a positive message to the public, sharing the Gospel message and providing aid to those in need.

Admission to the performance is 1 kilogram of rice or beans, which will be donated to a children’s orphanage in San José, the Pro-mundo Foundation, which works with people living on the streets. The food will also go to various other centers that serve children.

Tickets are available at at Rosa de Sarón Church in downtown San José, in front of Caribeños bus terminal on the road to Tibás. For more information contact: 2221-2629 or www.facebook.com/pabloolivaresoficial.

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