The hot list
THE RED ROCKER ROCKS THE ROCK
Sammy Hagar, former lead singer for Van Halen, will be performing for one night only tomorrow at Pipeline Café with his band the Wabos (named for his line of premium tequilas, Cabo Wabo). The Red Rocker has been doing solo work since 1996 while also continuing his career as a frontman for various side-project metal bands like supergroup "Chickenfoot," with Van Halen's Michael Anthony, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, and guitar great Joe Satriani.
Sammy Hagar and the Wabos / Pipeline Café, 805 Pohukaina St. / 7 p.m. tomorrow / $47 general, $90 VIP / www.groovetickets.com, 877-714-7668
BEST COMIC STANDING
Comedian Iliza Schlesinger, season six winner of "Last Comic Standing" and Comedy Central sweetheart, will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Pipeline Café ($20 general, $40 VIP, www.groovetickets.com, 877-714-7668.
KIDS MAKE THE WORLD GO 'ROUND
Get a jump on the Earth Day festivities with Keiki Earth Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at Manoa Marketplace. Hosted by Hot Mama Maternity, the event will feature games and crafts, keiki hula, a bucket gardening workshop, plus eco-friendly kid-rearing practices for the adults. Info: 988-0010.
I SEE BLUE PEOPLE
Just barely out of theaters, mega-huge blockbuster "Avatar" is just days away from its DVD debut on — what else? — Earth Day (Thursday). The DVD will be available for purchase, but it won't be available on Netflix for about another month.
Disneynature's "Oceans," a documentary about life in the deep blue, opens on Earth Day (Thursday). "Oceans" is a follow-up to 2008's "Earth." Actor Pierce Brosnan narrates the film, which is chock-full of fun ocean facts like this one: A giant squid has eyes the size of a dinner plate.
HOT LATIN NIGHT
Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias gets his romantic ballad on tomorrow night.
Blaisdell Concert Hall / 7:30 p.m. tomorrow / $55-$125 / www.ticketmaster.com, 800-745-3000
HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT
The Actors' Group takes on Samuel Beckett's two-character play "Happy Days" about the strength of the human spirit. It runs today through May 9 (7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays, $10-$20, 722-6941).
HIFF IN SPRING
The Hawaii International Film Festival opens its annual Spring Showcase today, a mini film festival in anticipation of the main event in the fall.