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  1. Video for Papa Carl to be honoured at 2019 ONE LOVE Festival
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    Papa Carl to be honoured at 2019 ONE LOVE Festival

    Carl Perkins will be honoured at the next ONE LOVE Festival in January. The former Herbs member and founder of House of Shem who died last month will be remembered with a tribute set from sons Te Omeka and Isiah.  

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    The weekend that was: One Love Festival feature

    Although the festival is done and dusted for the year, thousands of concert-goers will surely be looking through their social media feeds to reminisce about memories made with friends and whānau. Māori Television's Rereātea team attended the two-day festival and have compiled some epic One Love highlights.

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    Maimoa Music releases new reggae song at One Love

    Māori pop group Maimoa Music released their new song Hurō to thousands in the crowd at the One Love festival in the weekend.

  4. Video for One Love Festival boosts local economy
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    One Love Festival boosts local economy

    With 18,000 tickets sold for this year's One Love Festival, the local Tauranga economy could get a welcomed boost. Now in its seventh running, festival promoter, Pato Alvarez says it's growing from strength to strength.  

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    One Love Festival- Day 2 Photos

    Day two highlights included performances from Stan Walker, Sammy J, Three Houses Down, General Fiyah and Canadian band Magic!

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    One Love Festival- Day 1 photos

    Highlights of the day one included performances from some of the world's top reggae bands including Ardijah, Sonz of Zion, Tomorrow People, Kora and Common Kings. 

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    Surprises in store from General Fiyah at One Love

    People heading along to One Love this weekend are in for a treat with 11-year-old General Fiyah, ready to wow the stage.

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    Tomorrow People to release tri-lingual song at One Love

    New Zealand reggae band Tomorrow People are set to wow the crowds at the One Love festival this weekend when they release their newest song in te reo Māori, Samoan and English.

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