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To Do: All Time Low, Bonnie Raitt, more
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, MARCH 1-3
The famous Nagaoka fireworks display from Niigata concludes the 19th annual Honolulu Festival for the second straight year.
Various times / Hawai’i Convention Center and parade along Kalakaua Boulevard / free / honolulufestival.com
SATURDAY, MARCH 2
The Texas trio Los Lonely Boys, promoting its new album “Rockpango,” has found a ready-made audience in Hawaii for its bluesy roots rock.
8 p.m. / The Waterfront, Aloha Tower Marketplace / $45 & $65 / ticketweb.com
TUESDAY, MARCH 5
Indie favorite (and Hawaii-born) James Mercer of The Shins performs a rare acoustic solo show.
8 p.m. / The Republik / $20 & $25 / 855-235-2867, flavorus.com
FRIDAY, MARCH 15
“Don’t Panic” is the title of the latest album from pop punksters All Time Low, fan favorites since 2008.
8 p.m. / The Republik / $25.50-$35.50 / 800-745-3000, ticketmaster.com
SATURDAY, MARCH 16
The great 63-year-old Bonnie Raitt, whose latest album, “Slipstream,” just won the Grammy award for best Americana album, shows her voice and guitar work are still going strong.
7:30 p.m. / Waikiki Shell / $27.50-$65 / 800-745-3000, ticketmaster.com
Capone’s Comedy Smash 2013: The stand-up lineup features Earthquake, Aries Spears and Luenell at Blaisdell Concert Hall on March 16; $45-$100, ticketmaster.com.
Bill Cosby: The legendary comedian will do one show at Blaisdell Concert Hall on March 30; $45-$85, ticketmaster.com.
Just a few tickets left for top British DJ/musician Bonobo, 8 p.m. Saturday at thirtynine hotel, 39 Hotel St.; $40, flavorus.com, 855-235-2867.