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Tickets for locals to the Sinbad Soul Music Festival went on sale Wednesday May 5 and will remain available at discounted prices for residents for two weeks, through Tuesday, May 18. The tickets will be $20 each for main stage events or $50 for all three main stage events, according to Michelle Mauldin, spokesperson for Knight Quality Stations. The three stations, WVWI AM 1000, KISS 101.30 FM and 105 JAMZ FM, have been named the official radio stations for the Sinbad Soul Music Festival. Tickets will only be available at discounted prices for the limited period. After May 18 they will go up to the regular prices of $60 per event and $150 for the three-event package. The lineup for the shows so far are: Opening the festival Friday, May 28 will be the Stylistics, Chaka Khan and Morris Day and the Time. Saturday night May 29 will feature Roy Ayers, Debarge featuring El Debarge and a special guest to be announced. The Sunday night wrap up will include a tribute to Marvin Gaye featuring Will Downing, Kenny Lattimore, Jon B., El Debarge and other musical guests as well as SOS Band and Smokey Robinson. "Locals" tickets can be purchased at the following locations: — Kmart, all locations on St.Thomas and St. Croix. — Modern Music, all locations. — Sam Goody, Main Street, St. Thomas. — Connections, St. John — The Old Mill – Restaurant and Nightclub Complex.
After May 18 full priced tickets will be available at the above locations as well as at:
— The Reef Boutique at Marriott Frenchman's Reef Beach Resort.
— Renaissance Grand Beach Resort concierge desk.
— Discount Travel at the Holiday Inn Windward Passage Hotel. For more information the website for Sinbad can be accessed at www.soulmusicfestival.com.

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