Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort and Blue Note Hawaii welcome the Rough Riders – Henry Kapono, John Cruz and Brother Noland, for their debut performance March 31 to April 2 at Hawaii’s newest venue for live entertainment.
To mark the Rough Riders’ inaugural appearance at Blue Note Hawaii, the resort is introducing its new Rhythm & Blues on the Beach room and show package with a limited-time introductory offer for stays March 31 through April 2 and nightly rates starting from US$279 for a city view room (plus tax and fees), plus two VIP/Premium Seats to the Rough Riders show and two Premium Cocktails (tax and gratuity included for show/cocktails).
“The Rough Riders have entertained generations of fans with music that spans a wide variety of genres including folk, slack-key, rock ‘n’ roll and jazz,” said Sean Dee, executive vice-president and chief marketing officer for Outrigger Enterprises Group. “From their vast catalogue of original hits to some of Hawaii’s treasured classics, we know people will love the exciting experience of music and legacy this group brings to the stage.”
The Rough Riders’ name is inspired by the 1908 Hawaiian Rough Riders, three Paniolo (cowboys) who combined their skills, determination and style and became World Rodeo Champions. Today’s Rough Riders, Henry Kapono, John Cruz and Brother Noland, have come together to create an exceptional musical style. During their Blue Note Hawaii concert series, the Rough Riders will be featuring songs from their newly released and HOKU nominated, EP, “We Ride.”
As Hawaii’s premier venue for world-renowned artists, Blue Note Hawaii features a wide range of musical entertainment – from local talent to international sensations – for limited engagements year round.