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Kick off a legendary Halloween


Calling all little monsters! Legends in Concert Waikiki offers a "thrilling" promotion this month for those dressed up as their favorite legend. Legends in Concert Waikiki's world-class tribute artists have the chance to transform into rock stars and pop icons nightly in their roles in "Rock-a-Hula." For those stuck in the daily grind, Halloween is the only opportunity to become someone else. Now until October 31, all kama'aina will enjoy $39 tickets for the cocktail and show package and those who transform themselves into one of the legends will pay just $37 to enjoy a cocktail and the star-studded concert.

"Halloween is all about becoming someone (or something) else," said Brian Brigner, COO of Legends in Concert. "Our tribute artists transform into famous rock stars nightly, but on Halloween, everyone has that chance. So save a few bucks this month by donning Elvis' blue suede shoes or iconic sideburns, Elton's eccentric sunglasses, Gaga's sky-high heels and outrageous makeup or Michael's glittery glove and red leather jacket."

Guests start the evening with a specialty cocktail before the 8:15 p.m. curtain call. They then sit back, relax and enjoy the concert. After the show, guests have the opportunity to get autographs and photos with Elton John, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga and both Elvis tribute artists. Now through October 31, show goers who present a Hawaii resident I.D. will pay a special rate of $39, with an extra $2 savings if they dress up for the cocktail and show.  Dinner packages are also available ranging from $73 to $146.

Housed in the $20-million Royal Hawaiian Theater on the top floor of the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki, "Rock-A-Hula" combines world-class tribute artists, a live band and dancers with state-of-the-art sound, lighting and video. For reservations or more information, call (808) 629-SHOW (7469), visit www.LegendsWaikiki.com or go to the Legends Waikiki Kiosk located at the Royal Hawaiian Center.

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