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Top local musicians play free Waikiki concerts


    The Vitals.


    Henry Kapono.

Some of Hawaii’s top island music acts have signed on to participate in free concerts this summer at the International Market Place in Waikiki.

Kapena and B.E.T. kicked off the Island Vibes Summer Concert Series in earlier performances, and Mana‘o Company is set to play from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday. The reggae band will be followed by Maryanne Ito on July 29, Lion Fiyah on Aug. 5, Dustin Park & The Travelahs on Aug. 12 and The Steppas on Aug. 19.

On Aug. 26, Aug. 27 and Sept. 2, the concerts will expand from 2 to 6 p.m. and will include performances by Na Leo (Aug. 26), Irie Love (Aug. 27), and Henry Kapono with The Vitals and Hot Rain (Sept. 2). In addition, concertgoers can enter weekly drawings to win a two-night stay at The Laylow, Autograph Collection in Waikiki; visit to enter online.

All performances will be held at the Queen’s Court stage on Level 1. One hour of free validated parking is available with a $10 minimum purchase from any International Market Place tenant. Call 931-6105 for more information.

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