Out ‘N’ About: Hawaii Bridal Expo, Record Fair

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WEEKEND OF JULY 25

MayJah RayJah 2014, summer music festival features J. Boog, Common Kings, Nesian N.I.N.E., Tenelle, Jah Maoli, Jimmy Weeks Project, Siaosi, Hot Rain and others the first night, and Shaggy, Anuhea, Rebel SoulJahz, Sammy J, Awa, Shar Carillo and more the second night, 4 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Waikiki Shell. $29-$120. All ages. 866-448-7849, http://ticketmaster.com

Hawaii Bridal Expo, featuring vendors, fashion shows and gown sale, 5:30-10 p.m. Friday and 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. $10. 768-5400, http://bridesclub.com

Higashi Hongwanji Betsuin bon dance, 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 1685 Alaneo St. Food booths open at 6; services at 6:30 both nights. 531-9088

“CabaRAE”: Sneak peek of new variety show featuring aerial and daredevil acts, comedy and more by an international cast, produced by former Cirque du Soleil director Alan Goldberg, 8 p.m. Thursdays-Sundays through Aug. 31, Tapa Tower Ballroom, Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. $30-$60; includes post-show cast meet-and-greet. 354-0629, http://cabarae.com

FRIDAY, JULY 25

Royal Hawaiian Band, noon-1 p.m., ‘Iolani Palace. Free. 922-5331, http://rhb-music.com

St. Andrew’s Cathedral noontime concert, featuring mezzo-soprano Emily Haswell and pianist Megumi Kurachi performing art song by Claude Debussy and others, 12:15-12:45 p.m., The Cathedral of St. Andrew. Free; calabash offering. 524-2822, ext. 217, http://thecathedralof­standrew.org

Eat the Street: Spicy Fest, food truck festival features more than 40 vendors and a spicy theme, 4-9 p.m., 555 South St. Free admission. 780-9288, http://streetgrindz.com

ARTafterDARK: “Posh”: monthly art party celebrates the golden age of luxury steamship travel with hip-shaking Indian dancing led by Shakti 808, live rock by the Erin Smith Band, breezy jams by Roothub, DJ Super CW, exploration of new exhibition “Art Deco Hawai‘i,” luggage tag crafting and food by The Grove, 6-9 p.m., Hono­lulu Museum of Art. $10 admission; free for members. 532-8700, http://artafterdark.org

Hawaii State Ballet student performance, featuring the 1845 Jules Perrot ballet “Pas de Quatre” and contemporary ballet “Eclipse,” 7 p.m., Centerstage, Ala Moana Center. Free. 947-2755, http://hawaiistateballet.com

Jazz at Medici’s: Bruce Hamada and Jim Howard, weekly jazz concert featuring the bassist/vocalist and pianist duo and their Great American Songbook repertoire, 7:30-10:30 p.m., Medici’s in Manoa School of Art & Music, Manoa Marketplace. $10-$15. BYOB; pizza, salad bar for purchase. 779-5363

Hawaii International Summer Vocal Festival, classical singing of Western opera and Chinese songs, featuring young adult artists from China and Hawaii, coached by mainland professionals, 7:30 p.m., Concert Hall, BYU-Hawaii, Laie. Free. A second recital will be held at BYU-Hawaii on Aug. 1. 646-651-7262

SATURDAY, JULY 26

Vintage Surf Happening, buy-sell-swap of collectible surf items from around the world, presented by Vissla, with free appraisals, legends autograph session, food trucks, displays and live vintage surf music by Tiki Taboo (noon), 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Hawaiian South Shore, 320 Ward Ave. Free. 587-9055, http://hawaiiansouthshore.com

Organic Field Day, showcase and celebration of University of Hawaii at Manoa’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources’ 20 years of organic research, featuring variety trials of hot peppers and eggplant, shade house demonstrations and educational displays on taro, sweet potato, papaya and fertilizers, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., CTAHR’s Waimanalo Research Station, 41-698 Ahiki St. Free. 956-7909

Hawaii Harmonica Society 17th annual recital and concert, Hawaii Reed 21 Harmonica Band, Small World Harmonica Band and songs of the 1950s-’60s, waltzes, Japanese melodies and Hawaiian pieces, 10 a.m.-noon, Mission Memorial Auditorium. Free. 833-4336, 768-6666, http://honolulu.gov/moca

Race World Hawaii grand reopening, featuring free boxcar racing, raffles and RC car exhibition racing, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Race World Hawaii, in the back of the Royal Kunia Park & Ride in Kunia Village Park, Waipahu. 382-5653, http://raceworldhawaii.org

Kau Ka La — Summer of Guitars concert: 2doBem and Mike Shanahan, Brazilian day with the local Brazilian jazz band and opening classical Brazilian guitar music by museum staff member Shanahan, noon-1 p.m., Bishop Museum. Included with museum admission ($8.95-$19.95). 847-3511, http://bishopmuseum.org

Jazz peace concert at Byodo-in Temple, featuring internationally acclaimed jazz trumpeter Valery Ponomarev, Tommy James, Chuck James, Everett Cencich and Mihoko M, 12:30-3:30 p.m., Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. $2-$3 temple admission. BYO picnic. 239-9844

Discover Windward, community fair featuring Windward food vendors, entertainers (EMKE, Mailani, Maunalua, Paul Izak, Yogarden, Kody Riehl and Tamatoa), artisans and crafters, fashion shows, an indoor keiki fun zone with bounce houses and games, a Las Vegas trip giveaway and more, presented by Hawai‘i Gas and Windward Mall, 4-9 p.m., Windward Mall. Free. http://fb.com/discoverwindward

Hot Rods & Classic Car Show and Cruz Night with Bleizin’ FX, 5-9 p.m., Pearlridge Center, Downtown, fourth-level parking lot above the movie theaters. Free. 488-0981, http://pearlridgeonline.com

Shriners big-band concert, classic swing, jazz and dancing, a fundraiser for the families of Shriners child patients, 5:30-7 p.m., Hideaway Club lawn, U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point, 1 Coral Sea Road, Kapolei. $10; free for children. Blankets, beach chairs welcome. 916-834-9728

Hanagurumu, Ryukyuan fashion show with music ]and dance by Chinen Tochiko Ryuso Bunka Gakuin, focusing on the beauty of Okinawan costumes, textiles and weaving, 6:30 p.m., Hawaii Theatre. $42; $97 VIP with cocktail reception. 528-0506, http://hawaiitheatre.com

Kailua Hongwanji Mission bon dance, 7 p.m., 268-A Kuulei Road. Food booths open 6 p.m. 262-456Stefan George and Larry Spalding, country blues duo in concert, performing original music and a touch of zydeco, 7:30 p.m., Atherton Performing Arts Studio, Hawaii Public Radio. $15-$30. 955-8821, http://hprtickets.org

Out of the Box: Bill Champlin, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter (co-author of Earth Wind & Fire’s “After the Love Has Gone” and George Benson’s “Turn Your Love Around”) and former member of Chicago in concert, 7:30 p.m., Doris Duke Theatre. $45. 532-6097, http://honolulumuseum.org

“Sky This Month” planetarium show, exploration of the current night sky on new star projector and into the depths of space with full-dome video in the newly renovated J. Watumull Planetarium, 8-9 p.m. (seating 7:45 p.m.) Bishop Museum. $6-$8. Reservations: 847-8251, http://bishopmuseum.org

Improv Brew-Haha, improv comedy night hosted by Chinatown team Think Fast! 8 p.m., Ong King Arts Center. $10. Ages 18+. http://thinkfastimprov.com

Smooth-jazz concert: Peter White, award-winning jazz guitarist and his All-Star L.A. Band, Andre Berry, Eric Valentine, Gregg Karukas and Michael Paulo, 8:45 p.m., Magic of Polynesia Showroom, Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort. $55-$75. 951-696-0184, http://tix.com, http://apaulomusicproductions.com

SUNDAY, JULY 27

Hawaii Record Fair, buying, selling and trading of records, CDs, cassettes and music memorabilia, presented by Hungry Ear Records, with door prizes, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., McKinley High School cafeteria. $5; early (9 a.m.) admission $10. http://hawaiirecordfair.com

Fun Factory Family Fun Day, featuring prize giveaways every half-hour, 50 percent off most games, free face painting, free balloon twisting and grand prize drawing for a Go-Pro camera, 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Fun Factory, The Marketplace at Kapolei. http://funfactorygames.com

Fishcake Summer Fishmarket, pop-up shops and vendors of clothes, furniture, curiosities, design and vintage goods, stationery, barbecue food, drink and more, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Fishcake, 307C Kamani St. Free admission. 593-1231, http://www.fishcake.us

Hawaii Polo Club game: Oahu vs. Maui in the USPA Intra-Circuit for the Fred Dailey trophy, with pregame pony parade, halftime sky diving and postgame music by the Joe Green Band of Haleiwa till sunset, 2 p.m. (gates at noon), Hawaii Polo Club, Waialua. $8-$10; $25 clubhouse seating. 226-0061, http://hawaii-polo.org

Kundiman 808: A Variety of Voices of Filipino American Culture, youth arts showcase featuring poetry, music, Filipino martial arts, live art and dance, also raising awareness for domestic violence (in partnership with Domestic Violence Actions Center and Made In Hope), with free Filipino appetizers and desserts, 4:30-8:30 p.m., Filipino Community Center, Waipahu. Free. http://filcom.org

Choral evensong, by the Episcopal Diocesan Choir, 5:30 p.m., St. Andrew’s Cathedral. Free; calabash offering. 524-2822, ext. 217

Honolulu Surf Film Festival closing night, featuring a performance by Mike Love, food by Da Spot and Kona Brewing Co. beers for purchase, a screening of 1962’s “Cavalcade of Surf,” and a panel discussion on surf filmmaking and the legacy of Ricky Grigg (with panelists Randy Rarick, Anna Trent Moore, Peter Cole, Jock Sutherland and Kimo Hollinger), 6-7:30 p.m., Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu Museum of Art. $15. 532-6097, http://honolulumuseum.org

MONDAY, JULY 28

Jazz peace concert featuring Valery Ponomarev, visiting internationally acclaimed jazz trumpeter, plus Robert Shinoda, John Kolivas, Darryl Pellegrini, Arthur Davis and Mihoko M, 4-7 p.m., Royal Hawaiian Center, Royal Grove. Free. 922-0588

TUESDAY, JULY 29

Kids Summer Movie Express, family-friendly second-run movies for $1, with part of proceeds going to Will Rogers Institute, 10 a.m., Regal Cinemas Windward 10, Windward Mall. 235-1143, http://windwardmall.com

Art Lunch at HiSAM: “Crisis Condition: Collaboration in Printmaking,” brown-bag lunch presentation by artist and educator Duncan Dempster, noon-1 p.m., Hawai‘i State Art Museum first-floor multipurpose room. Free; BYO lunch. 586-9958, http://hawaii.gov/sfca

WEDNESDAY, JULY 30

Kids Summer Movie Express, family-friendly second-run movies for $1, 10 a.m., Regal Cinemas Windward 10, Windward Mall. 235-1143

Movie Night @ the Library: “The Lego Movie,” the 2014 computer-animated adventure comedy, rated PG, with free popcorn while supplies last, 6 p.m., Kaneohe Public Library Bookmobile garage. Free. All ages; kids must be with adult. 233-5676

“Wildest Show in Town”: Ho‘okena, Honolulu Zoo’s summer concert series, with guided tour for first 30 people (at 5:25 p.m.), food and drink for purchase, 6-7 p.m. (gates open at 4:35), main lawn. $3. 926-3191, ext. 114, http://honolulu­zoo.org/wild

Jazz at Medici’s: Noel Okimoto and Abe Lagrimas Jr., performing together on vibraphones, 7:30-10:30 p.m., Medici’s in Manoa School of Art & Music, Manoa Marketplace. $10-$15. BYOB; pizza, salad bar for purchase. 779-5363

Mars Comedy Club, hosted by the Guys With Issues Comedy Podcast crew, 7:30 p.m., The Studio, Hawaiian Brian’s. Cover: $5. Ages 18+. http://marscomedy.com

Walkabout Wednesday Comedy Throwdown, new show with On the Spot Improv and challengers, 7:30 p.m., The ARTS at Marks Garage. Free. http://otsimprov.com

The Head and the Heart, Seattle indie folk-rock band in concert, 8 p.m., The Republik. $30; $25 advance. All ages with adult. 855-235-2867, http://flavorus.com

THURSDAY, JULY 31

Podium Raceway’s Turbo Thursday, new weekly cosmic racing and cosmic mini-putt party with hosts DJ I-Rize, DJ Sir Style and Kutmaster Spaz, kendama contest and more, 6-9 p.m. Thursdays in July. Free. All ages. 682-7223, http://podium­raceway.com

“Pakele Live!” Hawaiian music show with Big Island-raised musician Lito Arkangel, 6:30-8:30 p.m., The Willows. No cover; cocktail seating. Restaurant reservations: 952-9200. http://pakelelive.com

Jeni Suk, Korean-American one-woman band and YouTube sensation from Northern California, with DJ set by Kowai Kowai and performance by The Bentos, 7-11 p.m., Crossroads, Hawaiian Brian’s. Cover: $25. $20 pre-sale. $40 VIP with meet-and-greet. All ages. 949-9492, http://abouthegoods.com

ONGOING

‘Aha ‘Aina: A Royal Hawaiian Lu‘au, 5:30-­9 p.m. Mondays, Royal Hawaiian Hotel. $93-$199. 921-4600, http://royal-hawaiian.com

Fourever Fab, Beatles tribute concert, 7-8:15 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Ainahau Showroom, Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel. $35.49-$89.99. Dinner packages from $89.99. 725-4136, http://foureverfabshow.com

“Ha: Breath of Life,” with Polynesian dance, music and fireknives, 7:30-9 p.m. nightly except Sundays, Polynesian Cultural Center, Laie. $25-$39.95. 293-3333, http://polynesia.com
Legends in Concert Waikiki: “Rock-A-Hula,” featuring Elvis Pres­ley tribute, hula and impersonators of stars, 8 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday, Royal Hawaiian Center, fourth floor. $50.28-$185. Kamaaina and kids specials offered. 629-7469, http://legendswaikiki.com

Magic of Polynesia, with illusionist John Hiro­kawa, 7:30 p.m. daily (6 p.m. dinner seating), Magic of Polynesia Theater, Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort.
$28-$99. 971-4321, http://magic­­of­polynesia.com

Na Kane — Men of Paradise, 10-man Las Vegas-style male revue, 8:15 p.m. Saturday, International Ballroom, Pagoda Hotel. Doors open 7 p.m.; dance floor opens after the show, 9:45-11:30 p.m. $29-$59; VIP packages available. Ages 18+. 550-4444, http://nakane.us

Rockin’ Hawaiian Rainbow Revue and Fireworks Show, hula and Hawaiian music show, 7 p.m. (7:45 p.m. fireworks), Fridays at Hilton Hawaiian Village’s Super Pool. $20. 949-4321, http://hiltonhawaiianvillage.com

“Te Moana Nui (Tales of the Pacific),” Tihati Productions show retracing the journey of Hawaii’s ancestors with song, dance and storytelling, 7:30 p.m. (5:30 dinner check-in) Mondays, Wednesdays-Thursdays, Pacific Beach Hotel. $50-$115. 441-4480, http://temoananui.com

Waikiki Starlight Luau, 5:30 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays, Hilton Hawaiian Village, rooftop of Mid-Pacific Conference Center. $51-$125. 941-5828

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