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Pitstop: 02/08/19

Friday, February 8
Study Hall Live Entertainment – Uncle’s Jukebox
Drop in at Study Hall Sports Bar & Grill on University Ave. to check out Uncle’s Jukebox, featuring pop and island contemporary music at 8 p.m. (744-8444)

Saturday, February 9
Study Hall Live Entertainment – Brazillian Carnival
Join in on Study Hall’s Brazillian Carnvial event, featuring samba dancers, DJ Caju and live entertainment by Soul Brasil. The 21 and over only evening starts at 8 p.m. and has a $10 cover.

SAYMYNAME Live
Audiophile Entertainment, Rise Up Electric, and Specto Entertainment present SAYMYNAME! SAYMYNAME hails from the greater Los Angeles area and is sometimes referred to as the “godfather” of “hardtrap”. He boasts support from giant names such as The Chainsmokers, DJ SNAKE, and Carnage who play several tracks in their sets. If you are over 18, be ready to party with him at Hawaiian Brians from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tickets are available on Eventbrite. (hawaiianbrians.com)

Sunday, February 10
Aloha Home Market
Stop by Aloha Home Market, a popular quarterly pop-up market, in Kailua to scoop up amazing, one-of-a-kind #madeinhawaii gifts for that special someone (or for yourself)! The event will also be hosting a Puppy-Love-a-Palooza where there will be lots of dog-related vendors and fun dog activities. Aloha Home Market features Hawaii’s finest furniture makers, artisans, jewelry makers, clothing designers, food vendors, and more. The event starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m. (facebook.com/AlohaHomeMarket)

 Autocross
Try solo competitive driving — aka autocross — at Aloha Stadium. Hawaii Region, Sports Car Club of America hosts this exciting event. Each driver will receive four timed runs, with the single fastest lap competing with other drivers. Visit website or email for more information. (sccahawaii.org, jenn24parker@gmail.com)

 Monday, February 11
The Year of the Earth Pig Pop-Up at Mud Hen Water
Celebrate the lunar New Year with a multi-course dinner designed by Ed Kenney, Dave Caldiero, Alika Chung, and Lynette Lo Tom, a lion dance at 6:30 p.m., and a house cocktail. Seating starts at 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and a ticket already includes gratuity and taxes. The house cocktail will only be served to those over the age of 21, so bring identification to provide proof of age. For guests purchasing tickets separately that would like to be seated together, please list the names of those in your party at the time of ticket purchase. (eventbrite.com)

 Thursday, February 14
Courtyard Cinema – Crazy Rich Asians
Courtyard Cinema is free and open to the public and showcases a selection of Hawaii International Film Festival curated films. Come celebrate Valentines Day and the Lunar New Year with the groundbreaking romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians! Seating will be on a first come first serve basis and the event will go from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the IBM Courtyard. (eventbrite.com)

Valentine’s Day Masquerade “Love Spell” at Nextdoor
Join Masquerade Hawaii for an enchanting evening filled with music, art, fashion, and performances from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. It’s the sexiest soiree on the island and the perfect night out for lovers and friends. Put on your finest attire and masquerade masks and dance away to DJ Missy Black and DJ Chaddy Daddy. Passionate performances throughout the night feature burlesque, pole, circus, sideshow grinder, fans and hoops. VIP tickets are also available with exclusive perks. There will also be a mask contest sponsored by Sensually Yours and $5 potions and tincture specials from Nextdoor. (nextdoorhi.com)

Love Is: An Unscripted Romantic Comedy at the ARTS at Marks Garage
On the Spot Improv presents “Love Is…,” an unscripted romantic comedy where even the players don’t know what will happen! Will Julie and Mark stay together? Will Kainoa find his one true love? Laugh, be merry, and enjoy this unpredictable rom-com roller coaster on Thursday, February 14, and Friday, February 15, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and all ages are welcome. (artsatmarks.com)

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