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Live Hawaiian music coming to the Honolulu Museum of Art



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photo: david croxford

Live Hawaiian music is coming to the Honolulu Museum of Art; its Music of Hawaii series will be bringing in a different artist to perform at the Doris Duke Theatre every third Wednesday of the month. This month, Nathan Aweau (right) takes the stage, and upcoming nights will feature artists such as Dennis Kamakahi, Mike Love and Paula Fuga, and Kamakakehau Fernandez. Also in the works, regular nights for rock (every last Friday) and jazz (every last Saturday). Tickets $25, $45 for VIP seating, $5 discount for members. For more info: 532-8701, honolulumuseum.org.

 

 

 

 

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