Details: Dahl’s timeless story of the world-famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to chocolate-covered life on the Palace stage. This show will be fun and full of joy, bringing a lightness that is very much in need today. Tickets are on sale now at the Palace box office. Cost is $20 general, $25 and $30 reserved. All tickets will be $5 more the day of performance.
Details: This 15-act spooky circus show arrives just in time for Halloween. Enjoy 90 monstrous minutes of aerial hoop, rope, fabric, trapeze and more. Rated PG-13. Get tickets at AerialArtsHawaii and the Palace box office. Doors open one hour before showtime.
Cover charge $5 with costume, $7 with costume for patrons 21 and older
Details: Doors open at 6 p.m. One-night-only event as part of Taylor’s three-concert Hawaii tour. Tickets available at the Palace and online.
Details: Jazz Mele plays music to get ya movin’! Vintage jazz, swing, boogie woogie, Jump Blues and Latin tunes will get you on your feet. Lou Ann Gurney – vocals, Jeff Gaeth – sax, Matt Spencer – guitar, Gonzo – bass & Bill Heideman – drums. Good fun guaranteed.
Details: Costume contest at 8:15 p.m. Selfie booth in the lobby with Riff Raff. “Let’s Do the Time Warp Again” dance practice. Movie starts at 9 p.m. Participation kits will be on sale in the lobby on the night of for $5.
Details: Get your pumpkins and enjoy food, crafts, a petting zoo, kids games, koa gifts, clothing and accessories for sale, air-brushed tattoo and more. Admission is free. Limited number of non-presale pumpkins available to the public . Tickets for pumpkins can be purchased at
Details: HRA members are encouraged to bring their favorite vehicle to show off. No registration, no fees. Just come and have a good time. Family-friendly event with free treats for the kids.
Details: This project is an artist-led sculpture project engaging the community, celebrating the everyday and the things a part of everyday through art at the Volcano Art Center and Wailoa Art Center. Continuar a ler “Details: Party with the creatures of the night and dance to the hot sounds of DJ Tiki and DJ Funkenstein”