In the wake of the Merrie Monarch Festivals cancellation and the University of Hawaii prohibiting campus events with more than 100 in attendance, theaters and performing arts venues are making adjustments in the way they do business.
The music community has been hit especially hard by the coronavirus outbreak, with the cancellation or postponement of festivals large and small, entire concert tours and individual performances nationwide.
If you are stuck inside with the home-sheltering blues, its a good time to get caught up with some current TV shows that maybe never got off your to-watch list.
The reception for the annual Na Opio art contest and show took place on Sunday at the Waimea Arts Council Firehouse Gallery. High school and middle school student artwork from North Kohala to Honokaa will be on display through March 29.
Waikoloa Beach Resort invites all ukulele lovers to B.Y.O.U. and join in the celebration of Hawaiis favorite musical instrument at the 20th Annual Great Waikoloa Ukulele Festival on Saturday. The festival is free and all are welcome.
Composer, producer, songwriter, and Grammy award-winning musician Charles Brotman will perform at the Kahilu Theatre for an intimate evening in the Mike Luce Studio at 7 p.m. March 27 in Waimea.
WAILUKU, Maui Molokai could have its first movie theater in 12 years if the project is approved by local regulators.
A world-class Kona community garden celebrates new ownership with the return of the Grow Hawaiian Festival on Saturday.
A special season finale to the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestras 2019-20 MasterWorks Season will be presented next month at Kahilu Theatre in Waimea.
ShakaStock is coming to town.