LIHUE, Hawaii (KHON2) — The Rice Street Business Association on Kauai is seeking the public’s votes for their chance to win a $90,000 multi-year matching grant that will be used for a free, live music series in Downtown Lihue over the next three years.
If RSBA wins, the Rice Street community can expect free outdoor music starting in 2023.
RSBA is currently ranked #24 on the Levitt AMP proposals page which encourages communities to apply, get votes and be in the Top 20 Levitt Amp finalists to qualify for a $90,000 multi-year matching grant to present 10 free outdoor concerts in an underused public space, according to Levitt Foundation.
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The voting began on Sept. 12 and ends on Sept. 21. RSBA said there are two easy ways for the public to cast their vote: online at levitt.org/vote or via text to 866-AMP-2023 (866-267-2023) with the keyword 96766HI.