A Touch of Gold headline the 10th Annual Girls’ Day Diva Festival

February 13, 2014, 1:58 PM HST
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The University of Hawaii at Hilo Performing Arts Center presents the 10th Annual Girls’ Day Diva Festival on Sunday, March 2 beginning at 3 p.m. on the Campus Center Plaza. The event moves to the Performing Arts Center for a concert featuring A Touch of Gold at 5 p.m.

“Festivities begin with food samplings generously donated by local restaurants Abundant Life Natural Foods, AJ & Sons Catering, Big Island Delights, Crivello’s Place, Ken’s House of Pancakes, Kuhio Grille, Liko Lehua Cafe, Millie’s Deli & Snack Shop, Pineapples Island Fresh Cuisine, Ponds Hilo, Sodexo & Sweet Thunder Sushi,” said Jan Higashi, event chair. “People will also enjoy a silent auction and door prizes, with items donated by women owned/operated businesses.

“Everyone will then go to the Performing Arts Center where A Touch of Gold will perform beginning at 5 p.m.”

Na Hoku Hanohano Award winner, A Touch of Gold, is one of Hawaii’s most unique musical groups. They create a fun environment that will entertain ALL types of audiences. From children to grandparents, everyone leaves the show feeling mesmerized. Interaction with the crowd and even on stage participation, make the experience unforgettable. A Touch of Gold’s performances have been nothing short of spectacular. They blend the Spirit of Aloha, with the sweetness of R&B, to create the unique sound of “Motown Hawaiian Style”.

The Girls’ Day Diva Festival is supported by sponsorship from local businesses. This years’ “Super Stars” include Business Services Hawaii, GW Construction, Hawaii Forklift Service, Inc., Hirayama Brothers Electric, and Ken’s House of Pancakes, and “Twinkling Star” Creative Arts Hawai`i. The proceeds of the event benefit the UH Hilo Performing Arts Center Scholarship Fund and the Performing Arts Center’s programs.


Tickets are reserved seating and priced at $40. Box Office hours are Tuesday – Friday,
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.


For more information and to purchase tickets, call 932-7490 or order online at:

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