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    GWet Ready To Turn Up The Music
ith the increase Kai Productions, took place will be moving to their new in tourism to Las at Stoney’s Rockin’ Coun- home at the Westgate Sept. 20. Vegas, there has try on July 21. Promotional Allegiant Stadium is the
been an uptick in positive partners Jai Alboro (owner of place to be for sports! Major
COVID cases. Getting ahead of the spread is the goal, and a new mask mandate has been implemented. As of July 30, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s new mandate requires that everyone wear masks indoors in public places, regardless of vaccination status.
9th Island Kava Lounge) and singer/songwriter Kaipo or- ganized this successful event. Concertgoers were entertained by the local sounds of Ekolu, Tenelle, Siaosi and Shag- gamon. Follow the profile @aloha_island_concert_lv on Instagram for updates.
League Soccer and Liga MX will hold the 2021 Leagues Cup final there Sept. 22. And, the Pac-12 football champi- onship game will take place there Dec. 3.
Catch Sebastian and Ninth Island Connection at 7 p.m. Wednesdays on K5 and 2 p.m. Sundays on KGMB.
The music in Vegas can- not be stopped, though, with several announcements for upcoming concerts:
In addition to music, more Las Vegas shows are returning. OPIUM at The Cosmopolitan will be back beginning Sept. 24. Las Ve- gas’ longest-running show, Menopause the Musical, has returned to Harrah’s. Further- more, former Harrah’s head- liners, The Bronx Wanderers, have shows scheduled in Au- gust at South Point Casino and
Of course, we are excited for the Island Showdown be- tween University of Hawai‘i and University of Nevada, Las Vegas Nov. 13, but in the meantime, single UNLV football game tickets are available for $45.
• A tribute show, titled 27–A Musical Adventure, is held on Sundays at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, featur- ing nods to icons like Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse (
• Backstreet Boys’ AJ McLean and Nick Carter, NSYNC’s Joey Fatone, and Boyz II Men’s Wanya Mor- ris at The Sands Showroom at The Venetian Aug. 19-22
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                     • The Killers at T-Mobile Arena Aug. 26
• Candlelight: From Bach to The Beatles at The Indus- trial Aug. 28
• Flogging Molly and Vio- lent Femmes at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas’ theater Oct. 9
• The Rolling Stones at Al- legiant Stadium Nov. 6
• Backstreet Boys – A Very Backstreet Christmas Party at Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood on select dates in November and December.
While on the topic of mu- sic, the first Aloha Island Concert, organized by Jai &
Kaipo and Jai Alboro of Jai & Kai Productions organized the first Aloha Island Concert last month. PHOTO COURTESY JAI ALBORO

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