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Stacy Kamano just may be convinced to put in
a stint at the dunking booth.
The free event, running from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., will feature entertainment from Toa, Vaihi, Kekoa, Sonny Apuakehau, Hula Halau O Kekela, the Nani Laie Serenaders, and more. There will also be hospital tours, plate lunches and hourly drawings for prizes from chef Sam Choy, photographer Kim Taylor Reese, Dole Plantation and others.
In addition, the first 300 people who can prove they were born at Kahuku Hospital will receive a free "Kahuku Born and Proud" T-shirt.
The Big Mele returns to the Turtle Bay Hilton Sept. 18 with a rock 'n' roll lineup.
Big Mele tickets on sale
This time around, the daylong music fest will be headlined by The Offspring, also featuring Bad Religion, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Vandals and the Flys.
Tickets for the event go on sale tomorrow at $26 general admission, plus applicable service charges.
Tickets will be available at the Blaisdell Center Box Office, Tower Records (Kahala and Pearl Kai), Tower Video Kapiolani, Hungry Ear Records (Makaloa, Kailua and Wahiawa), Radio Free Music Center, Jelly's (Market City and Pearl Kai), Kaneohe MCBH, Pearl Harbor Bloch Arena, Schofield, University of Hawaii Campus Center, Tempo Music (Windward Mall and Kapolei) and House of Music. Or charge by phone by calling Ticket Plus at 526-4400.
The concert will take place on the Hilton's West End Lawn. Gates will open at 10 a.m., with the show starting at 11 a.m.
No coolers, lawn chairs or outside food and drinks will be allowed, and no parking will be allowed on the highway.
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