The 1.5 tonnes of equipment arrived with UB40’s front man Ali Campbell, Astro, musicians and crew on Sunday.
The National Auditorium is expected to host a crowd of more than 2000 people for the event this evening.
Secretary of the Ministry of Culture, Anthony Turua says this is a momentous occasion.
Staff of the ministry are working closely with the organisers and the New Zealand sound technicians.
Many tickets have been purchased from overseas; Cook Islander Trina Marona landed on the island from Germany on the weekend, as well as Cook Islanders from Perth, Australia and New Zealand. en.sexlviv.com
UB40 merchandise will be available for purchasing at the National Auditorium when the doors open at 5.30pm today.
There will only be one entry point this evening, the main entrance between the National Museum and the Ministry’s offices.
Parking is available at the Tupapa field at $5 per vehicle, the Takamoa Theological College is also accessible – for a gold coin donation.