808Update: 12 Days of Christmas, Shimabukuro, comics & more!

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Jordan Segundo is here to tell us what is happening around the state, so you can plan your weekend.ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND HOLIDAY CONCERT

The Royal Hawaiian Band will be having a free holiday concert tomorrow at the Hawaii Theatre at 7 pm. They will be playing holiday favorites and more. The concert will also feature a number of special guest performers, including, Jerry Santos, Frank De Lima, and Karen Keawehawai’i, along with hula hālau Ka Lā ‘Ōnohi Mai o Ha’eha’e, the Kamehameha Schools Children’s Chorus, Gary Aiko, Malia Ka’ai, and Pi’ilaniwahine Smith.

This event is free and open to the public. The doors will open at 6 p.m. and seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.LAST COMIC STANDING LIVE TOUR

It’s the “Last Comic Standing Live Tour” featuring this year’s winner Clayton English and the top finalists from this past season.

They will be on Maui at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center on Thursday. At the Blaisdell Concert Hall on Friday, and Saturday on Kauai at Kauai Community College.FULL SCREENLAST COMIC STANDING TOUR

THURSDAY -MAUI ARTS CULTURAL CENTER

FRIDAY – BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL

SATURDAY – KAUAI COMMUNITY COLLEGEJAKE SHIMABUKURO CONCERT

Ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro has been traveling the world performing and he is back in town for his annual Jake and Friends holiday concert this Saturday at the Hawaii Theatre.  As always, he has special guests joining him on stage. The Kalihi Kai Ukulele Band, Brent Nitta – Piano Instructor at Masaki School of Music, Malia Yamamoto – Hawaiian born and raised Dancer, Nolan Vernor (Bass) & Michael Grande (Keyboard)www.hawaiitheatre.com12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS AT THE POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER

The Polynesian Cultural Center is celebrating the 12 days of Christmas with food, fun and live entertainment. Visitors can also take a family photo with Santa Claus or take a festive canoe ride plus enjoy family activities at the park. Keiki will also enjoy the festive train rides, which are free for ages 4 and under and only $3 for ages 5 and older.

Present a Pepsi product upon entry to receive a FREE canoe ride on the Polynesian Cultural Center’s lagoon, 6:30 to 9 pm, Monday – Saturday.www.hukilaumarketplace.com

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