Motherland Concert hailed a success


The Motherland Concert held over the weekend was hailed a success and it is of one the biggest concert in recent years, in the Country. It was incorporated as part of the closing festivities of Samoa’s 61st independence celebrations.

Samoans across the Pacific flew into the Country to attend the music festival.

Held at Apia Park the concert featured Pacific artists from around the world, led by the godfather of Pacific music, Fiji; international star J Boog and a strong contingent from both Australia and New Zealand, including HP Boyz, Lisi, Savage, DJ Noiz, Kennyon Brown, and many of the local talents, Mautaotasi and Matalenaa, Pacific Love Band among others.

The concert garnered hundreds and did not disappoint with the crowd numbers building by late evening. The sound system behind the concert was put together by KV2 Audio and our very own, Dawg Professional Audio, owned by Maposua Corey Keil.

Maposua said this was the biggest concert and Star-studded Artist lineup ever in Samoa.

“Dawg Professional Audio utilized speakers and Amplifiers by KV2 which kept going through the rain storm that lasted over 2 hours.”

The stage and lights were set up by Naydith Hirage Events.

As reported earlier, Julius Tuigamala the founder of Pacificast said the Motherland Samoa concert is about celebrating Pacific heritage and reconnecting communities to the homeland of Samoa.

The concert was a fully immersive experience and celebration and it showcased and celebrates the heritage and indeed an unforgettable cultural experience Furthermore it was also about Connecting through the universal language of music it provided a platform for internationally recognised artists alongside emerging Pacific artists