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2007 Diamond Head Crater Celebration
Oahu, Hawaii

The second annual Diamond Head Crater concert organized by Rob Gibson and Mark Mellick of GM Entertainment will take place inside Diamond Head Crater on May 19, 2007. The event has been moved from April to mid May to lessen the possibility of rain and ticket prices have been lowered to begin at $69 instead of the $125.

2007 Diamond Head Crater Celebration
DATE: May 19, 2007
TIME: 2:00 to 8:00 pm
LOCATION: Honolulu, Hawaii
VENUE: Inside Diamond Head Crater
TICKET PRICES: $69 - $175
OFFICIAL WEB SITE: CraterFestival.com

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-Mick Fleetwood's Island Rumours Band
-Santana's Original Lead Singer Gregg Rolie
-Yvonne Elliman
-Polynesial Cultural Center Dancers

About the Event
In April of 2006, Rob Gibson and Mark Mellick of GM Entertainment presented the first concert inside Diamond Head Crater in nearly 30 years. The 2nd Diamond Head Crater Celebration is scheduled to take place on May 19, 2007 and GM has permits to hold another event in 2008. In future years GM is planning to extend the celebration to the outer Hawaiian islands. The Diamond Head Crater Celebration feature top name international and Hawaii entertainers.

Food and Drink
No outside food, beverages, and coolers may be brought onto the concert grounds but a wide variety of food, beer, and wine from top restaurants, breweries, and vinyards will be available for purchase.

Tickets cost $69 to $175 and they are available through TicketMaster and at the Blaisdell Arena Box Office in Honolulu. Both reserved seating and general seating are available. If you purchase general seating tickets, bring a blanket or low back beach chairs. Audience members must age 12 or older. No tickets will be sold at the door

Concert goers will park in auxilliary lots and be shuttled to the event. No walk-ins will be allowed.

Smoking will only be allowed in specifically designated, non-grassy areas.

Photography and Recording
No photography or recording of the performers is allowed.

More Information
For more information about the 2007 Diamond Head Crater Celebration call 808-735-7000 or visit the official event Web site at CraterFestival.com or CraterCelebration.com.

See also:
- 2006 Diamond Head Crater Celebration
- Diamond Head Crater
- Other Events on Oahu
- All Events in Hawaii

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