Wednesday, December 11, 2013

"Kokua for the Philippines" adds Mick Fleetwood

Mick Fleetwood and Jake Shimabukuro have been added to the entertainment roster for the Dec. 15 benefit
concert event "Kokua for the Philippines" the Great Lawn at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. Fleetwood will be performing with longtime friend Henry Kapono.

General admission tickets for Kokua for the Philippines are available for $20 through Honolulu Box Office at or via phone at 808-550- 8457.

"Kokua for the Philippines," a Hawaii-based radio, television and Internet benefit concert for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, will be held on Sunday, Dec.15, 2013 from noon to 5 p.m. The event, staged by Clear Channel Media + Entertainment Hawaii and Oceanic Time Warner Cable, will take place at the Great Lawn at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort and will be broadcast live on local radio and television stations and via the Internet. 

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Anonymous said...

Not sure if anybody else from Hawaii reads this website, but if you're on Oahu go to this concert. I went to the last one (Japan Tsunami benefit) and it was awesome. You don't need to pay anything to watch the show. The $20 tickets are only if you want to sit on a chair in the lawn section (it's ALL the lawn section; only the chairs require tickets). This is basically a free five hour public concert. Of course you can stash a few bucks in the donation bins or buy a couple beers if you don't want to be a total freeloader! All the entertainers, venue, TV crew, TV station air time is totally donated. Nobody gets paid anything. It will be awesome. Maybe a certain blond beauty will show up by surprise... you never know... she did so with Mick's Zoo unannounced previously at The Wave Waikiki and Longhi's in Lahaina way back in 1986. Mahalo, Dave M. in Honolulu.

dori said...
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dori said...

If you are on Oahu go to this concert. You do need to pay something! This is a fundraiser. All the performers and crew are donating their time for a purpose - to raise money for people who have encountered dire circumstances in their life. Please come and BUY TICKETS! Or just donate if you can't make it in person. This is how you live Aloha.

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