Please join The Outdoor Circle for a sunset concert on Saturday, May 7, 2016, set at the majestic Nutridge Estate on Tantalus. We will be presenting three Na Hoku Hanohano award-winning artists: Sean Na‘auao, HAPA, and Waipuna,
The breathtaking venue is under a canopy of majestic trees in an intimate 250-seat covered theater in the rainforest. There will be pre-concert entertainment while you enjoy light pupus by Chef Chai at this one-of-a-kind venue that overlooks the leeward side of Oahu.
The Nutridge Estate is home to Hawai‘i’s oldest macadamia nut tree grove and provides an extraordinary view of Honolulu and the coastline to the horizon beyond with spectacular sunsets. A no-host bar will be open until after the intermission between acts.
This will certainly be an unforgettable evening so please reserve your tickets now. For more information or to purchase tickets, please go to www.outdoorcircle.org.
Please Help Us Spread the Word
We are working hard to fill the house and would appreciate your help. A table here, a ticket there all adds up!
Here are some ways you can assist us in spreading the word:
• If you follow TOC on Facebook, share every single new post about the May 7th concert.
• If you don’t follow TOC on Facebook, please “like” our page today. https://www.facebook.com/TheOutdoorCircle/
• Email information about the series and the link to the TOC website to your personal contacts.
• The cost of sponsorship or an individual table for the concert begins at $2,500. If your employer, friends or connections are interested in seeing a great show and supporting TOC, please direct them to our website for information. They can also call the TOC office at (808) 593-0300.
• Individual tickets are $150 ($50 is tax deductible). We hope you will attend and direct your business colleagues and friends to the TOC website for complete information.
We invite all of our members and supporters to come and enjoy an evenings of entertainment and beauty all while supporting a great cause!
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