Enjoy five great performances for just $20, and Stand Up for the Waikiki Natatorium War Memorial!
Palani Vaughan is a 2008 inductee into the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame. He is best known for his albums with the King’s Own honoring King David Kalakaua and the music of Hawaii’s monarchy period. The Honolulu Lounge Lizards — DeWayne Valdez, Stan Combis and Larsen Abilla – play Hawaiian party music at its best.
These new acts join the smooth Motown sound group A Touch of Gold and headliners Titus Kinimaka and The Kauai Boys and Henry Kapono with their support for the Natatorium.
With sincere thanks to our performers and sponsors, Marian’s Catering and Oiwi Ocean Gear, here are the full details:
When: Sunday, Aug. 29, 5:30 p.m.-11 p.m.
Where: The Shack Waikiki In Honolulu at 2255 Kuhio Ave.
What: “Stand Up for the Natatorium,” a benefit bash for the Waikiki Natatorium War Memorial
Who: Our lineup for the evening is:
—Palani Vaughan and the King’s Own
—A Touch of Gold
–The Honolulu Lounge Lizards
—”The Wild Hawaiian” Henry Kapono
—Titus Kinimaka and The Kauai Boys
Why: To remember, respect and renew the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium, the state’s living memorial to the 10,000 men and women from Hawaii who served in World War I. Great music. Great artists. Great cause.
Tickets: $20, available from Honoluluboxoffice.com.
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