America's bloodiest day
Here is a list of cancellations and postponements arising from Tuesday's terrorist attacks. Check with the venue for the latest information.
Tomorrows Aloha Festivals Floral Parade is canceled; new dates for the Aloha Festivals hoolaulea street festivals, also canceled, will be announced at a future time.
Orchesta SalsAloha, scheduled to play this weekend at Planet Hollywood, is unable to perform as band members are active military on high state of readiness; deejays will spin Latin music 9 p.m.-2 a.m. tomorrow night instead.
The Kamaaina Luau tomorrow at Hilton Hawaiian Village is canceled.
The Doo Wop Hop tomorrow night at the Blaisdell Arena, has been postponed to Oct. 6. Tickets will be honored on that date. Information: Blaisdell box office 591-2211.
Bishop Museum and the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa postponed the official opening and blessing of the Bishop Museum at Kalia that was to have taken place tonight; a date will be announced in the future.
The Hawaii State Foster Parents Association sixth annual conference is canceled. It was to begin tomorrow at the Sheraton Waikiki
The Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel Sam Choy Poke Festival has been postponed from this weekend to Dec. 7-9 at the Mauna Kea Resort. Tickets will be honored then. Information: (808) 880-3023.
Wave Waikiki has postponed tomorrow nights "99 Bottles of Bud Lite on the Wall" event and is waiving the door charge that night for all members of the military.
The bed race portion of the Honolulu International Bed Race Festival has been canceled. The festival, now called the Aloha Festivals Family Fun Day, will be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow at Kapiolani Park.
Te Vaka, the 10-piece New Zealand band that had been scheduled for performances on Maui and Oahu, was unable to leave New Zealand. However, the Pacific Pride concert will still be held, 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at Kaponos at Aloha Tower Marketplace.
Artist chef Guillermo Tellez of Charlie Trotters in Chicago will not appear at Lanais resorts this weekend; the dinners and cooking classes will be rescheduled.
The Mrs. America Pageant Fashion Preview and Luncheon Sunday, a benefit for Aloha Festivals, has been canceled.
Japan Travel Bureau, the largest wholesale supplier of Japanese visitors to Hawaii, has canceled all outbound package tours to Hawaii, Guam and the Mainland, said company spokesman David McNeil.
Army Community Theatre has postponed this weekends performances of the musical "My Fair Lady" and its Readers Theatre offering, "The Debutante Ball."
--"The Debutante Ball" has been postponed until Sept. 30, with the Sept. 23 performance date intact. Information: 438-4480.
--Tickets to "My Fair Lady" for tomorrow will be honored on Sept. 29; the Sept. 21 and 22 performances will proceed as usual.
The Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau has canceled the following: "Experience Aloha!," the bureaus touring marketing event in Detroit originally scheduled for the weekend; its global in-store promotional efforts of a Hawaiian music CD called "Aloha Friday" scheduled to begin Oct. 5.
The Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourisms trade mission to China, to promote Hawaii business opportunities, has been postponed until the first week of December.
The Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau has postponed its inaugural tourism conference and luncheon, which was to have begun Monday. The three-day conference will be rescheduled in the fall.
The city's Bandstand Concert, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. today at Kapi'olani Park Bandstand, and the Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting and Hula Show, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. today at the Kuhio Beach hula mound, are both canceled. Call 843-8002 for more information.
A state Reapportionment Commission public hearing, scheduled for 7 p.m. today in Kahului, is postponed; a new date will be announced. Call (866) 587-3902 toll-free for information.
A fund-raising event for Kumu Kahua Theatre, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. today at Hula's Bar & Lei Stand, has been postponed. A new date has not been determined. Call 536-4222 for information.
Tonight's recital for winners of the fifth annual Art Song Contest at Orvis Auditorium at the University of Hawai'i has been postponed. New date will be announced. Information: KHPR, 955-8821
The 2001 Hi-Tech Summit, scheduled for this week, has been postponed until the fall or spring 2002.
The Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association's Waikiki Historic Trail free guided walking tour, scheduled for 9 a.m. today, was canceled. Tours will resume tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku statue at Kuhio Beach. Call 841-6442 for details.
Auditions for Army Community Theatre's "Sayonara" have been rescheduled at Richardson Theatre at Fort Shafter for 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.
A delegation of city officials, consultants and City Council members postponed a trip to Europe to check out mass transit. The trip was to have begun Sunday.