Friday, Saturday and Sunday: "Naked Words"
Ong King Art Center and The ARTS at Marks Garage / 599-3931
GiRL FeST Hawaii presents a unique one-woman show with slam poetry champion Bridget Gray this weekend, which promises to take a "vulnerable look at topics including racism, gender stereotypes, abuse, sexuality and love through the eyes of a published writer and award-winning poet."
Friday's performance will take place at Ong King; Saturday and Sunday shows will move to Marks Garage. The short film "My Letter to Hip-Hop" will be screened each day as well.
Sunday: Blue October
Pipeline Cafe / 589-1999
Texas quintet Blue October, left, return to Honolulu for the second time in twelve months, headlining on Sunday at Pipeline Cafe.
After toiling as a cult favorite for more than a decade, the band realized mainstream success with the release of "Foiled" in 2006. The major-label debut rocketed them into the pop radio stratosphere, with the album spawning hits like "Hate Me" and "Into the Ocean."
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