SCNA is hosting a dinner and concert with noted Hawaiian musician and chef Patrick Landeza on Friday, March 2, to raise funds to renovate the 24th Street Theatre.
A Hawaiian dinner will be served at 6 p.m. in Curtis Hall followed by a concert at 8 p.m. in the 24th Street Theatre. The dinner menu features Kalua pork, Teriyaki chicken, white rice, green salad and macaroni salad. Beer and wine will be available for purchase.Buy Tickets
Born and raised in Berkeley, Landeza is an award winning slack key guitarist. He has also produced Hawaiian concerts for over 20 years, and teaches slack key guitar in music camps and classes around the country.
Landeza’s 2010 release, “Ku`u Honua Mele,” received the 2010 Hawaii Music Award in the slack key category, and was nominated for the Nā Hōkū Hanohano award (Hawaiian music’s equivalent of the Grammy). It was the first release by a mainland artist to make it on the final ballot.
He performed at Carnegie Hall in 2012 in Listen for Life’s “Power of Eight” concert. This organization awarded Landeza its Musician of the Heart award in 2014. In 2015, he received an award from the Hawai’i Chamber of Commerce in Northern California.
The cost for both the dinner and concert is $60. Tickets for the concert only are $40. Tickets can be purchased on the website at sierra2.org. Theater merchandise, totes and T-shirts will also be available for purchase. Proceeds will benefit the Restore the 24th Street Theatre campaign.