Additional stars, dignitaries join Kokua for the Philippines

Published On: Nov 27 2013 06:21:00 PM HST
HONOLULU -

An additional list of entertainers scheduled to perform at the Dec. 15 benefit concert event “Kokua for the Philippines” was released Wednesday.

The list includes Amy Hanaiali'i, Jordan Segundo, Starr Kalahiki, Honolulu Jazz Quartet, EMKE, and Sing The Body.

In addition, Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell will participate in the show.

Previously announced entertainers include Henry Kapono, Kalapana, Raiatea Helm, Makana, Sean Na‘auao, Loretta Ables Sayre, Kalei Gamiao, Kuana Torres Kahale, Aidan James, Da Braddahs. Roman of Kolohe Kai, Rebel Souljahz and Natural Vibrations.

General admission tickets for Kokua for the Philippines are available for $20 through Honolulu Box Office.

“Kokua for the Philippines,” a Hawaii-based radio, television and Internet benefit concert for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, will be held on Sunday, Dec. 15 from 12 to 5 p.m.

The event will take place at the Great Lawn at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort and will be broadcast live on local radio and television stations and via the Internet.

Proceeds from the phone bank and on-site gifts will be donated to the American Red Cross for disaster relief.

On-air personalities from Clear Channel Media + Entertainment/Hawaii and local broadcast and cable TV stations will host the program.

Additional support will be provided by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Several television stations will broadcast the event, including KITV.

The event will stream live on KITV.com, along with the event website.

The event will also be broadcast on some local radio stations or via mobile devices on the iHeartRadio app.

For more information and regular updates, visit www.kokuaforthephilippines.com.

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