Hawaii residents to get first crack at Jack Johnson’s Waikiki show

Courtesy: Fresh Clean Media
Courtesy: Fresh Clean Media

Hawaii residents will get first crack at tickets to Jack Johnson’s Honolulu performance at Waikiki Shell.

The show takes place Friday, August 1, as a benefit for Kokua Hawaii Foundation, Johnson’s environmental nonprofit organization.

This will be the first time Johnson has played Hawaii in more than two years, and his first performance at Waikiki Shell in more than four years since hosting the Kokua Festival.

Tickets will be made available online and at the Blaisdell box office for Hawaii residents only on May 10 at 10 a.m. Credit cards will need to have a Hawaii billing zip code.

General tickets will then be made available with no geographic limitations on May 11 at 10 a.m. There is a four-ticket per person limit.

Kokua Hawaii Foundation was founded in 2003 by Jack and Kim Johnson to support environmental education in Hawaii schools and communities. Programs include Aina in Schools, 3R’s School Recycling, Kokua Hawaii Foundation Field Trip Grants, Kokua Hawaii Foundation Mini-Grants and Plastic Free Hawaii.

Johnson is on tour in support of his sixth studio album, “From Here To Now To You.” Throughout the tour, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation will match donations to more than 130 hand-chosen community groups that support sustainable local food systems and plastic-free initiatives as part of the musician’s All At Once campaign.

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