PMRF/Navy Morale Welfare and Recreation to Hold Sunset Music Fest II

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PMRF/Navy Morale Welfare and Recreation to Hold Sunset Music Fest II

Sashamon will be one of the artists performing at the PMRF/Navy Morale Welfare and Recreation Sunset Music Fest II to be held on March 25 at PMRF. Contributed photo

Pacific Missile Range Facility at Barking Sands is welcoming the public to an evening of music on the beach at the PMRF/Navy Morale Welfare and Recreation Sunset Music Fest II to be held on March 25 at PMRF.

The gates will open to the public at 4 p.m. and the event will start at 6 p.m. Admission is free and will take place on the beach at Shenanigans.

The music fest will feature live entertainment by Kimie Miner, Sashamon and more. Food trucks and beer garden will also be available. ATM facilities will not be available on festival grounds. Guests are encouraged to bring cash currency to enjoy the food and refreshment booths that will be available.

Free parking is available on base. No outside food, beverages, coolers, tents, pets, weapons (including knives of all types) drugs or drones allowed. Motorcycles are welcome however riders must wear helmet, boots, bright colored long sleeve shirt, jacket or reflective vest.

All adult visitors over 18 years of age are asked to have a valid photo identification card with them. An example of accepted identification would be a driver’s license, Hawaii State ID card, U.S. passport, etc.

For more information contact PMRF Navy MWR at 335-4446.

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