Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-11-27 02:48:23 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — The last weekend of November 2021 is a big weekend for live shows in Honolulu. Two comedians are on stage at Blazedel and the Hawaii Theater, and more events are planned as COVID restrictions are lifted further from Wednesday, December 1st.
Live show promoters said the event industry is heading in the right direction, but after a long way to reach this point, they remain cautious.
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Neil S. Bryce del Arena has the first headliner sold out for comedian shows since the coronavirus pandemic began. Joe Koi — And the line around Blazedel to prove it.
Michael Pasqual, who lives in Kapolei, was one of the participants in the Koi show.He said he saw him Back to 2019..
“I can’t believe we can see it after this blockade. To be honest, quarantine is depressing to me and I can only laugh tonight,” Pasqual said. Said.
All participants are currently required to be vaccinated at the event in Honolulu, and the venue can only provide bottled water within the show. Beyond the arena in the exhibition hall, food and drinks will be served before the event begins.
However, from December 1st, the event will be able to resume selling light meals and drinks.
The Hawaii Theater also has some sold-out comedy shows with headliners Ronny Chieng.. Gregory Dunne, president and chief executive officer of the Hawaii Theater Center, said he added a second date with Chen after COVID-19 restrictions allowed the reopening of a major event.
According to Dan, they are currently resuming and operating food concessions in the theater.
“It’s been 20 months since we were closed and stopped drinking alcoholic beverages. We don’t have soda or stock, so now we need to get it back,” Dan explained.
Also, after December, the venue will be able to allow vaccination exemption for participants who tested negative for COVID-19 48 hours before the show, but all show promoters will allow the exemption. It does not mean that.
“But many promoters really want to make sure we’re done right by talent, and by our patrons,” Dan said.
The sold-out show is a positive sign, but event promoter Rick Baltarini said it could still take some time for the popular and famous act to return to Hawaii.
“The postponed show will pop up, but for new bookings for large events, it will take a while with thousands of tickets,” Bartarini said.
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The next big move for Bartarini to come to Hawaii is Bill Maher with the resurgence of the New Year’s Eve event at Blazedel. He said there was still a conversation to reschedule Mariah Carey’s concert, which was canceled in 2020 for COVID-19.
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