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  • Pantheon Contemporary (Hawaii Theatre Center) - First Friday with Elijah Sky & DJ Marcos

  • Date: Friday - 7/5/2019
    Time: 6:oopm - 11pm
    Pantheon Contemporary
    1121 Nu'uanu Ave Suite 105
    Honolulu, HI 96817
    Phone: 808-528-0506
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First Friday with Elijah Sky & DJ Marcos @PantheonContemporary
Elijah Sky will kick off the July 5th First Friday street festival in the Pantheon Contemporary Art Hall. Fresh off the release of his latest single, he's showing out to support the Hawaii Theatre's new young professional's group "The Agents".

Hawaii Theatre Center presents
July 5, 2019

Elijah Sky will kick off the July 5th First Friday street festival in the Pantheon Contemporary Art Hall. Fresh off the release of his latest single, he’s showing out to support the Hawaii Theatre’s new young professional’s group “The Agents”.
Singer, songwriter and multi-talented instrumentalist, Elijah Sky released his first solo album, Heart Over Hype, in September 2018. The 27-year-old Hawai’i native has music in his blood: he hails from from a long line of Hawaiian musicians, singers and dancers, including his grandmother, Irmgard Farden Aluli, one of the most beloved figures in Hawaiian popular music history. Prior to embarking upon a solo career in the islands, Elijah lived in Arcata, CA, where he sang with a band called The Dubbadubs for almost four years. The DubbaDubs opened for artists like Black Uhuru, Alborosie, and Fortunate Youth, and played at Reggae on The River in 2016. Now back in his home state, he’s embarked on a solo career and focusing on a reggae sound distinctive to the islands.
The First Friday returns at the Pantheon Contemporary Art Hall
1121 Nu‘uanu Ave
First Friday July 5th, 6PM – 1030PM
$10 Cover – limited entry.
Doors open at 6PM
Under 18 years of age not permitted

About the Hawaii Theatre and Pantheon Contemporary
The historic Hawaii Theatre Center is located in one of the oldest Chinatowns in the U.S. Nestled in the heart of Downtown Honolulu, the Theatre has been popular with locals and tourists since 1922 as a place of cultural enrichment and performing arts and was restored through the support of the community in 1996.

Four years earlier in 1918, the Pantheon Saloon opened at 1129 Nuuanu, the once oldest continually operating bar in Hawaii. Today, the memory of this once historic saloon where King Kalakaua often entertained guest, the Hawaii Theater Center transformed the space to showcase art. In commemoration of 100 years of Pantheon Saloon, the Theatre adopted the namesake Pantheon Contemporary with the purpose to bring more diverse design mediums and classic practices into the Arts and Culture District of Honolulu.

Gallery hours: Tuesday + Wednesday are appointment onlyThursday - Saturday 12:00pm - 6:00pm (open to the public)
First Friday gallery visiting hours:

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