Feb. 10 Marley Fest '06, with Gregory Isaacs and the Live Wyaa Band and others, Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park
Feb. 19 6th annual Mary Kawena Pukui Festival of Performing Arts, Bishop Museum
Feb. 24, 26, 28 "Il Trittico," a Hawaii Opera Theatre production, Blaisdell Concert Hall
March 10, 12, 14 "Tosca," a Hawaii Opera Theatre production, Blaisdell Concert Hall
March 15 UB40, Waikiki Shell
March 19 Fil-Am Festival, Kapi'olani Park
March 25 311, Waikiki Shell
March 31-April 1 Elvis Costello with the Honolulu Symphony Pops, Blaisdell Concert Hall
April 1 Diamond Head Crater Celebration
April 8 U2, Aloha Stadium
April 14 The Makaha Sons, Hawai'i Theatre
KOKUA FESTIVAL TICKETS
Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. Saturday for Jack Johnson's 3rd annual Kokua Festival, which features Johnson, Willie Nelson and his Maui-based jam band the Planetary Bandits, Ben Harper, Henry Kapono, Paula Fuga and her One Love 'Ohana Band, and California band ALO. Besides entertainment, there'll be organic food, drinks, earth-friendly products, games and crafts for kids and more.
The festival starts at 4 p.m. April 19 at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center's A&B Amphitheater and at 4 p.m. April 22 at the Waikiki Shell. Tickets are $35 general, $40 reserved, $50 in a sealed pit area; $17.50 kids 3-10; free for keiki younger than 3. On O'ahu, they will be available at Ticketmaster outlets, and at ticketmaster.com, (877) 750-4400. On Maui, at the MACC box office at at mauiarts.org, (808) 242-7469.
POST-PRO BOWL PARTY
After the Pro Bowl, there's the 2nd annual Pro Ballerz Ball, from 9 p.m. Feb. 12 at the Fashion 45 nightclub in the Waikiki Trade Center. The party will be hosted by the New York Giants' Michael Strahan and DJ Skribble from MTV. Admission is $20 general; $100 VIP, if you want to rub shoulders with celebrity NFL and showbiz guests. For 21 and older. 979-2320, 479-0335.