Year after year, Tropical Productions Inc. brings you the best of the best when it comes to events, concerts, and more. As we put another 365 days to rest, here’s a look back at some of TPI’s greatest moments in 2016.
The island’s largest music and lifestyle event had a change of venue for this year, rocking the Governor Joseph Flores Memorial Park in Tumon. The two-day concert showcased top artists from Guam, the U.S., Japan, and Korea—a musical experience that the island will not forget in a long while.
Close to 3,000 cultural artists gathered on Guam to celebrate the rich and colorful traditions of the Pacific, making it the largest event Guam has ever seen. Happening only every four years, the Festival of Pacific Arts made Guam part of its rich history by making the island the host for its 12th edition.
PXC 52, 53, 54, 55
With fight card after fight card that packed the fans in, this year’s PXC offerings featured a lot of exciting and unforgettable fights inside the terror dome.
BBQ BLOCK PARTY
Attended by hundreds of locals and tourists, the BBQ Block Party took to the Tumon streets. Themed “Red, White and You,” the fourth installment of this annual event was a celebration of Guam’s tasty cuisine accompanied by great music and entertainment.
GUAMANIAN MAGAZINE LAUNCH
First there was UNO, which celebrates Guam at its best every issue. Now comes The Guamanian Magazine, which highlights the island’s business, politics, culture, lifestyle, and leisure. Its first issue was all about power, and its official launch party at the Dusit Thani Guam Resort was even more, as it gathered several island leaders who made up the “Power Group.” With Executive Publisher EJ Calvo and Editor in Chief Nestor Licanto leading the toast for TPI’s newest magazine, The Guamanian is off to a good start.