Jack Hometown Hawaii Shows

August 01, 2017


Photos by Ron Baker Pix & Jim Russi

This Friday and Saturday Jack will return home to Hawaii for two shows on August 4th and August 5th at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu, HI. All proceeds from the shows will benefit the Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation founded by Kim & Jack Johnson which has been supporting environmental education in Hawaii schools and communities since 2003.

We are working closely with the Waikiki Shell in an effort to reduce single-use plastic for the shows. No single-use plastic water bottles will be sold, and free water will be available at the water stations. ALL drinks will be served in CANS and comprehensive zero waste stations with volunteers will sort out all recyclables and food waste. Mahalo to Kona Brewing Company and all our food & drink vendors for helping to make this a plastic free show! 

Here are some ways you can be a part of the action!

You can help reduce the amount of waste headed for the landfill. Look for the zero waste stations at the show and participate in recycling and composting on site.

Bring your own Jack Johnson or Kokua branded reusable cup, bottle or thermos to refill at the All At Once Water Stations, or purchase a souvenir reusable pint, bottle or thermos at the show.

Bike to the show and utilize the Bike Valet provided by the Hawaii Bicycling League, or carpool with 4 or more friends and get Premiere Carpool Parking by the front gate. Additionally, parking is available at Kapiolani Community College with a free shuttle to the show.

Be sure to come early to connect, take action, and explore! Participate in special activities at the Keiki Stage including performances by Honolulu Theater for Youth, creative reuse projects with Art Explorium and The Green House, and poi pounding with Hui Aloha ‘Aina Momona and Ho’okua’aina. Connect with Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation and other Non-Profits in the Village Green including MA’O Farms, Re-use Hawaii, the Polynesian Voyaging Society and more! Check out the Mana Mele solar powered mobile recording studio, and engage with the youth environmental filmmaking club from Maui Huliau Foundation. Make a personal commitment to reduce your plastic waste and support locally grown food and Capture Your Commitment at the All At Once Photo Wall.