Greenroom Festival 2017 - 'Donation' Ticket: For Access to Day 1 Sept 9th, Saturday
GREENROOM FESTIVAL 2017 ANNOUNCES
UKULELE GYPSY (KIYOSAKU from MONGOL800)
THE DUKES OF SURF
Honoka & Azita
Hawaii’s 3rd annual Greenroom Festival musical lineup so far including Honolulu based Na Hoku Hanohano awards nominated Surf-Rock band The Dukes of Surf, young and dynamic local Ukulele duo Honoka & Azirta and Japan performers Def Tech and Ukulele Gypsy from Saturday through Sunday, September 9th-10th at Waikiki Shell!
Enjoy the music, stroll the Beach Market for goods and foods, join a yoga group, and help save Hawaii’s beaches from 4pm to 10pm. The festival is family-friendly with a price of $30 per person in advance, with kids 12 and under free when accompanied by an adult. General admission tickets are available at Blaisdell box office, Ticketmaster outlets including Walmart, online at ticketmaster.com, and by phone at 1-800-745-3000.
Patterned after the famed Greenroom Festival held each year at Yokohama’s Red Brick Warehouse, the Waikiki Shell event supports beach conservancy and ocean awareness in Hawaii. An eco-friendly environment at the show encourages sustainable practices such as recyclable and reusable products, and features artists and artisans who strive to preserve our environment for future generations.
Ages 13 & up will need to purchase a ticket for entry.
Ages 12 & under free when accompanied by a paying adult. One paid adult may bring more than one child.
No ticket limit.
Day of price increases to $40 General Admission.
Military or Student discount will not be available on the day of the show.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 @ 9:00 am HI time
*NO COOLERS , OUTSIDE FOOD & DRINKS ALLOWED AT THIS EVENT.
*NO PACKAGES, BAGS, KNAPSACKS AND BACKPACKS ALLOWED.
*SMALL PURSES NOT TO EXCEED 12” X 12” (One per person & subject to search)
*NO CHAIRS, BACK RESTS ONLY
*RAIN OR SHINE
NOTE: Any outside alcoholic beverage will be confiscated. Any patron under the age of 21 found
drinking will be subject to ejection and/or arrest. **Please help keep the Waikiki Shell safe for everyone.