AADAP’S 47TH ANNIVERSARY BENEFIT CONCERT
Presented by the Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP)
Back by popular demand, the legendary Kalapana and special guest Michael Paulo will be performing once again at AADAP’s annual benefit. Kalapana emerged as one of the most popular bands on the Hawaiian music scene in the 70s, producing a steady stream of hits. Their 1975 debut album was hailed as one of the best of the mid-70s Hawaiian renaissance. Tracks like “Naturally,” “Nightbird,” “The Hurt,” “You Make It Hard,” and “When the Morning Comes” became household tunes and still enjoy frequent play on contemporary Hawaiian radio.
The event includes: Silent Auction, Opportunity Drawing and Dessert Reception.
Since 1972, AADAP has been a leader in providing prevention and treatment services to disenfranchised families impacted by the consequences of substance abuse and addiction, treating both youth and adults, as well as culturally appropriate programs for special populations. Core programs also include outreach and education, mentoring, family services, mental health, and employment and job training. Our programs are open to any and all individuals.
5:30pm – VIP Reception
6:00pm – Will call opens/ Silent Auction Preview
6:30pm – House opens
7:00pm – Program Concert begins
9:00pm – Dessert Reception & Meet-n-Greet
Each ticket includes the Complimentary Dessert Reception and Meet-n-Greet following the show.
$130 – VIP / $125 Members
Includes VIP Reception & Complimentary Parking
$75 - Premier / $70 Members
$55 - General / $50 Members
Group Discount: Purchase 20 or more tickets and receive $10 off per ticket
Service/Handling Fee applicable
All Sales are Final - No Refunds or Exchange