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Your Guide to the Perfect Weekend: March 25–26, 2017

A lineup of the weekend's best events.


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St. Patricks Day (and weekend) has come and gone, but theres still more fun to be had with a comedy tour, girl-power launch party and an opportunity to shop four local artisans this weekend. Plus, dont forget to vote for 2017s Best of Honolulu! With HONOLULU Magazine offering two prize packages for 21-and-older voters, its totally worth your five minutes.

 

Here Comes the Funny Tour 2017

Photo: Courtesy of @AdamSandler

 

Here Comes the Funny Tour

Sunday, March 26, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

If you’re in the mood for a laugh, enjoyed Happy Gilmore and felt The Ridiculous 6 deserved more than its 4.9 out of 10 IMDB rating, then saddle up for this weekend, when professional funny people Adam Sandler, David Spade and Rob Schneider take the town by storm. The comedic trio stops in Honolulu on Sunday to kick off the Here Comes the Funny Tour, a stand-up comedy adventure that sets the stage for Netflix’s upcoming Sandy Wexler, a film centered around talent manager Sandy Wexler (played by Adam Sandler) and his many eccentric clients (Spade, Schneider and Nick Swardson, among others) looking to make waves in show business. Be ready for some quick wit, raunchy fun and quintessential Sandler yelling.

$52.50–$135, Neal S. Blaisdell Center, 777 Ward Ave. For more information and to purchase tickets, go here.

 

Sip + Shop at BLT Market

Saturday, March 25, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Beautiful, local, trendy—that’s what we think BLT should stand for this Saturday. Local fashion lovers and visitors looking for unique Hawai‘i items to gift loved ones back home will want to run, jump, stroll or saunter into Waikīkī’s BLT Market (located in The Ritz-Carlton Residences) for its first-ever Sip + Shop event, which will feature four emerging local artisans, complimentary prosecco, 15 percent off the market’s brunch menu and up to four hours of parking validation—so stay awhile, why don’t you?

Blue Bird Jewelry Hawai‘i

Jana Higa’s handcrafted jewelry line focuses on “wearable luxe”—timeless pieces designed herself using freshwater pearls and semiprecious stones hand-picked for vibrancy, faceting, luster and uniqueness.

Kahahulale‘a

Kehau Nielson, who put herself on Honolulu’s fashion radar with clutches repurposed from vintage Hawaiian clothing, will debut her new line of customizable handbags (read more about these literally made-for-you accessories here).

Lauren Roth Art

Taking inspiration from Hawai‘i’s flora and marine life, Lauren Roth creates art and fashion accessories with an ethereal quality using juicy bursts of color and playful design.

Tidepool Love

Uber-Hawai‘i motifs of octopus, pineapple, sunrise shell and shark tooth (to name a few) are hand-carved into wax molds to create lovely, detail-rich jewelry pieces that are truly unique.

BLT Market at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, 383 Kalaimoku St. For more information on BLT Market, go here.

 

Eat Cake LLC Launch Party

Photo: Courtesy of Eat Cake Gallery LLC

 

Eat Cake Gallery LLC Launch Party

Sunday, March 26, 4 to 7 p.m.

Ladies, this one’s for you (but you fellas are also invited, of course): Eat Cake Gallery, a new production company focused on empowering women through the art of conversation and film, celebrates the start of its girl power revolution with a launch party, held at Red Pineapple in Ka Makana Ali‘i. On the menu: All the things girls love. Guests can indulge in sweet treats by Let Them Eat Cupcakes, get giggly with bubbly brews from Roxy OTM and Young's Market Co. and treat yourself to something pretty at The Collective’s pop-up shop, all while DJ Tittahbyte spins foot-tapping tracks in the background. You’ll also have the opportunity to view the first episode of the production company’s artist series Indulge, which revels in the many artists, entrepreneurs and everyday women in Hawai‘i who work to make it happen. Because, girls, you deserve to have your cake and eat it, too.

Free, Red Pineapple at Ka Makana Ali‘i, 95-5431 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei. For more information on the event, go here.

 

Vote for 2017s Best of Honolulu

Who serves up the best ramen? Where do you go when youre in the mood for a good craft beer? Which hot yoga studio keeps you lean and limber? We want to know who you think deserves to win this years Best of Honolulu! Cast your votes now through March 31 for best in food, fitness, shopping and more.

 

Plus, vote now and youll be automatically entered to win a luxurious spa day OR dine-around-town” package worth $500 from HONOLULU Magazine (ages 21 and over only).

 

Looking for more things to do this month? Click here for more events.

 

READ MORE STORIES BY MARISA HEUNG

 

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