Aloha Kaua‘i for Japan event this Sunday

Craft vendors for the Aloha Kaua‘i for Japan benefit concert Sunday are still being accepted, said Ron Victorino, one of the event organizers.

The day-long event will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the North Vidinha soccer fields and feature a family festival atmosphere with a variety of entertainment.

Crafts, food booths, a keiki zone with a variety of bouncers and inflatables as well as a silent auction will be interlaced with a lineup including Frank Hewett, taiko drummers, bon dancers and hula halau.

Jerry Santos and Olomana, Revival, Kainani Kahaunaele, Donavon Frankenreiter, Baiyu FanFair, Kupaoa, Larry Rivera, Blaine Kia, I’o, Cindy Combs and Anela Lauren, Kekane Pa, Green Stone Project, Michelle Walker, Mike, Sean, Bernard and Friends and Wally Rita and the Los Kauaianos are among those in the entertainment lineup.

Tickets are $10 presale and $15 at the gate with children 12 and Under admitted free. Proceeds from the event will be donated to help Japan recover from the March disaster .

Tickets are available at The Shrimp Station in Waimea, Wong’s Restaurant in Hanapepe, the Hanapepe Cafe, Scotty’s Music in Kalaheo, Kalaheo Steak and Ribs, Sueoka’s in Koloa, The ‘Ukulele Shop, Blue Orchid, Da Crack, Kaua‘i Humane Society, Kaua‘i Harley Davidson, Baby Blutique, Unique Hair Designs, Kaua‘i Beach Resort, Kaua‘i Music and Sound, Vicky’s Fabrics, Larry’s Music, Kilauea Putt and the Hanalei Liquor store.

Contributions are being accepted by the Malie Foundation. For more info, call Bertram Almeida at 651-3000.


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