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See Grammy Award-Winning Artist Melissa Manchester Live at The Royal Hawaiian

(Sponsored) Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Melissa Manchester makes her return to the historic Monarch Room at The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, on Sunday, June 24.



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Melissa Manchester, known for her chart-topping hits “Don’t Cry Out Loud” and “Through the Eyes of Love,” just released her 21st studio album, “The Fellas,” a tribute to singing icons Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Johnny Mathis and Tony Bennett.

 

Just like last year, Manchester will be performing with the Blue Note Orchestra, an impressive 20-piece band comprised of student musicians. The Blue Note Orchestra has been performing in the islands for the past 24 years at the Sheraton Waikīkī and The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort. During her 2017 concert, Manchester and the Blue Note Orchestra created a memorable evening of classic American songs by Cole and Sinatra, Irving Berlin and more.

 

The concert begins at 7 p.m. with no-host cocktails beginning at 6 p.m. on the Monarch Terrace. Event parking will be available for $10 for self-parking and $15 for valet parking. A portion of the proceeds from the evening will be donated to Susan G. Komen Hawai‘i, which works to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in Hawai‘i’s community, and by investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.

 

Tickets can be purchased at Honolulu Box Office.

 

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