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Top 5 things to do this week (1/23 – 1/29)


Food & Drink

Eat the Street Pro Bowl

Friday, Jan. 25

Football fans can tackle their hunger in what is being billed as the largest Eat The Street ever. More than 40 food trucks and street vendors will sell NFL-cities-themed food. Expect to see NFL players, cheerleaders and mascots galore. Hashtag your Instagram photos with #eatthestreet and you may have a chance to win prizes, including a ticket to the Pro Bowl.  Free, 4-9 p.m., 555 South Street Kakaako, streetgrindz.com.



Secret Sound Showcase Music Series

Friday, Jan. 25

Take a break from Art After Dark this month and discover local upcoming artists in this new monthly music series. Groove to music from dream-pop trio Clones of the Queen, indie rockers Pink Mist and ukulele virtuoso Taimane Garder. $10, 8-10 p.m., Doris Duke Theatre, 900 Kinau St., 532-8700,  honolulumuseum.org .



Red Bull Thre3style DJ Competition

Friday, Jan. 25

This is a free dance party, so bust out your moves while deejays showcase their mixing skills. Each deejay will spend 15 minutes trying to impress judges DJ A-Trak, DJ Z-Trip and Jazzy Jeff. Honolulu is one of more than 25 qualifying cities in this international deejay competition.  21+ Free (registration required), 9 p.m., Ginza Nightclub, 1230 Kona St., redbullusa.com.



Ballet Hawaii’s “Big D Destination Dallas”

Saturday, Jan. 26

Dress up in denim and show off your diamonds at Ballet Hawaii’s Texas-style fundraiser. There’ll be libations, a dinner inspired by the Lone Star state and plenty of line dancing. $350 single ticket, $3,500 to $10,000 for a table of 10 people, 6 p.m., The Pacific Club, 1451 Queen Emma St., 521-8600, ballethawaii.org.



David Choi live at Fresh Café

Saturday, Jan. 26

Los Angeles native and YouTube sensation David Choi performs at Fresh Café Saturday. Although presale tickets to his concert are already sold out, there will be 40 tickets for sale at the door. You can also catch him at 2 p.m. at TheFaceShop in Ward, where he’ll be saying hi to fans. $20, 7 p.m., Fresh Café, 831 Queen St., 688-8055, davidchoiliveinhawaii.eventbrite.com.

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