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Enter to Win a VIP Concert Experience to Taimane’s Hawai‘i Theatre Debut

HONOLULU Magazine takes you to the front row and beyond for Taimane’s debut concert at the Hawai‘i Theatre on Friday, March 25.





One winner to receive:

  • 4 Front Row Seats to Taimane’s Hawai‘i Theatre debut - Friday, March 25, 2016 - 8 p.m.*

  • Meet & Greet with Taimane prior to concert

  • 4 Autographed Poster Prints

  • Complimentary, two-night luxury accommodations at The Royal Hawaiian - March 25–26, 2016

  • Noa Noa Hawai‘i Apparel (two pieces of women’s or men’s apparel of your choice)

  • VIP Concert Experience Dinner for four at Livestock Tavern - Friday, March 25, 2016 - 5:30 p.m. Click here for dinner details.


*If the winner of Honolulu Magazine’s VIP Concert Experience has already purchased tickets to the concert, the winner may return his or her purchased tickets for a full refund. Thus, there is no penalty for purchasing tickets in advance of the award of the VIP Concert Experience.


Taimane shares a special mahalo to the following organizations for helping make this concert and experience possible!



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