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World Fest of Sacred Music Ends Today

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Some 40 concerts and hundreds of musicians later, The World Festival of Sacred Music ends today with a free concert on the beach featuring over 300 performers such as The Pasadena Scottish Pipes and Drums ensemble, Agape Choir, a REMO Drum Circle facilitated by Christine Stevens, Viver Brasil, Capoeira Batueque, Swing Brazil and Banda Juvenil Solaga from Oaxaca. The event, called Honoring the Sea, takes place on the beach at the end of Ocean Park Boulevard in Santa Monica from 3:00 p.m. to sundown (6:41 p.m.). And best of all, this beautiful program is free.