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Black and White Night: Schedule of events

<p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>These file photos were taken during last year’s Black & White Night in Hilo.</p>

Black & White Night

Schedule of Events

5 p.m.:

l Grand Central Station opens on Kalakaua Street next to East Hawaii Cultural Center with hosts

Yisa Var & Kaohu “KJ” James. Gordon Bracknell & Friends take the stage with country music;

l Hilo Town Tavern: DJ Mike Eye, Sapience, Soda x, phreewill, vendors and art until the wee hours

l East Hawaii Cultural Center: Fall Arts Festival opening reception

l Bayfront Kava Bar: Live music until way late!

5:30 p.m.

l Koehnen’s Interiors: Vocalist Valerie Simpson joins Tom Sawicki and John Parker, aka The Jazz

Brothers

l Synergy – Patricia’s Transitions: Jazz Joose with Kathy on flute and Tom on guitar

l M. Claire Boutique: Informal fashion show

6 p.m.

l Grand Central Station: Yisa Var & Girl’s Nite Out gets everyone into the dancing mood

l Café Pesto: Randy Parker plays easy listening Hawaiian contemporary;

l One Gallery: Tropical Pops with Cymber Lily Quinn on harp, flautist Tom Geballe and Frank Musacchio on bass

l Casa de Luna: Solo guitarist and vocalist Daryl Castillo

l Mokupapapa Discovery Center: Kanilehua Chorale, under the direction of Pedro Ka’awaloa (also at 7 p.m.)

l 100% Moxie: Open mic hosted by Margot

l Le Magic Pan: Father and son jazz duo

l Extreme Exposure Gallery: Lito Arkangel plays contemporary Hawaiian music

l Palace Theater lobby: Leslie Harlib, Cabaret Comedienne at the Piano

l KapohoKine Adventures: Take a musical journey with Timeless

l Day-Lum Rentals & Management: Two Hot Chickens rock ‘n’ roll your night away

6:30-8:30 p.m.

l Dreams of Paradise Gallery: Jazz ensemble featuring vocalist Elaina Welch, Gary Washburn on keyboard, Bruce David on drums and Moon Brown on Saxophone. Celebrate owner Suzan Starr’s birthday with pupus and birthday cake

l Connections Public Charter School: Friends of Indian Music

7 p.m.

l Grand Central Station: Hilo High School Ambassadors

l KTA Super Stores: Chet DeCambra Band

l Palace Theater lobby: Harmony On Tap (HOT), cool women making hot music for a good cause

l Yoga Centered Studio & Boutique presents Elevated Artistry where acrobatics and dance meet with the intention of self-healing and bliss

7:30 p.m.

l Aloha Insurance Services: Life in Pursuit plays mellow acoustic rock ala Jack Johnson

8 p.m.

l Palace Theater lobby: Lilikoi Leslie & The Palace Pops, Hilo’s new hot-jazz dance band

l Grand Central Station: Wendell Ing & Friends rock and jazz with dancing in the street to close out the GCS line

up and get folks primed for the Treasure Hunt Prize drawings!

l Yoga Centered Studio & Boutique presents Elevated Artistry where acrobatics and dance meet with the intention of self-healing and bliss

9 p.m.

l Treasure Hunt Drawings at Grand Central Station. Must be present to win!

l 100% Moxie: Maka Gallinger & Band (till 11 p.m.)

Postcards from a Stranger is an interactive installation during Black & White Night presented by Kalani,

Hawaii’s largest retreat center, located on the Puna coast. Visit the Kalani “post office” at GCS, and write a friendly or inspirational note to a complete stranger. Your postcard will be delivered by our postal

workers, who will be roaming the streets of Hilo. It’s one more way to feel good during Black and White

Night — both giving and receiving!

 

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