All-star band headlines Aloha BashUniversity of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
For the first time, an all-star band will bring its talents to Aloha Bash at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Andrews Amphitheater on April 27. Katchafire's former lead singer, Jamey Ferguson, returns with Mike Maglinti, Trina and Fia from Yes Please!, Kelly Boy from Kapena, Jordan T, and for the first time in Hawai‘i, General Fiyah with Three Houses Down will all be on stage together only at Aloha Bash 2018. Opening artists will be Irie Love and rising stars The Tonga Sisters as seen on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the performance begins at 6 p.m.
"CCB (Campus Center Board) Activities Council is thrilled to present the 13th annual Aloha Bash 2018 to the UH Mānoa community. As a student run organization, we are always looking for ways to bring together students, faculty, staff, other UH campuses and our surrounding community,” said Demetrius Reed Tellez, Campus Center Board Activities Council chair. “We would like to thank our promoters Pacific Hawaiian Group and AllG Productions, as well as all of our fellow Campus Center departments who support CCB Activities Council at this event and all year.”
The event is co-sponsored by the UH Campus Center Board Activities Council (CCBAC), Coca Cola, Island 98.5, Mānoa Dining Services and Hi Finest.
· $5 UH students presale
· $10 UH students week of show
· $20 General admission presale
· $25 General admission week of show
Tickets are on sale at the UH Mānoa Campus Center Ticket, Information and ID Office, and online via Eventbrite (with surcharge fee). There will be Aloha Bash kick-off events where students can get a chance to win cool prizes.
Students must present a valid UH System ID upon entering Aloha Bash. Bag checks will be conducted upon entry for attendees’ safety and security. For a list of prohibited items, visit the CCBAC website.
For more information on the Aloha Bash, call (808) 956-4491.
Note: Some material may not be appropriate for children. Parental discretion is advised.
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Aloha Bash planning typically starts 8 months to a year prior to the concert night. Part of CCBAC’s planning process involves surveying constituents and trying to find out what types of genres and artists they may want to see at Aloha Bash. From there, CCBAC works with advisors to contact promoters and see what types of new and exciting ideas they may be able to incorporate when looking at artists, and still maintaining the traditions that UH Mānoa has come to love with Aloha Bash. Once CCBAC has artists confirmed, the council of 6 event planners, and one executive assistant, begins and executes every step of putting on the event. This creates and allows for new levels of growth within the council as event planners. Marketing and promotion, volunteer recruitment and management, concessions and food menu, logistics, and much more all become a part of this event planning many months prior to the day of the event, and require detailed advanced planning. CCBAC aims to provide fun and innovative events for fellow constituents at UH Mānoa and the UHM community, and is eager to continue the tradition of Aloha Bash for the 13th year of its return.
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CCB Activities Council (CCBAC) is the programming board for UH Mānoa’s Campus Center and aims to provide thoughtful and meaningful events for constituents as a student run council. CCBAC uses student funds to program events that have become traditions on the UH Mānoa campus such as Cram Jam, Taste of Mānoa, Self Defense Workshops, Wellness Fairs, Makana o Mānoa, Living Legacy and Aloha Bash.