Besides generous donations and launching of worthwhile projects for the Commonwealth, Tan Holdings will offer a free concert for the public as part of the company's celebration of its 40th anniversary in doing business in the region.
Dubbed as the “CNMI Musical Festival,” the event will feature talents of local musicians and artists, according to corporate affairs manager and Tan Siu Lin Foundation manager Ed Arriola Jr.
Arriola said they are looking to sign up solo artists and bands who wish to perform for the festival, slated for Labor Day next month. Interested talents may contact Arriola at email@example.com or call Rebecca Tenorio at 287-4578 for more information.
The music festival is open to the community, free of charge tentatively set at Susupe Beach Park. This event will be taped and broadcasted locally on a later date.
To encourage more families, the event will also hold food stations for attendees, according to Arriola.
This year, Tan Holdings is celebrating 40 years of doing business in Micronesia and 30 years in the CNMI. In a recent celebration on island, the company assured its continued commitment to help build the economy, generate jobs, develop, and sustain social and environmental initiatives in the CNMI, which it called its second home.
Coinciding with this celebration is the awarding of numerous donations to public schools, and the Northern Marianas Trades Institute to further enhance the students' learning.