Pineapple Drops for the New Year in Mililani | Events
Drop at the Town Center of Mililani
Drop at 7 P.M. Simultaneous with Times Square!
Local party boy Lance Rae and Esme Nii, founder of Moms in Hawaii, will be ringing in the New Year with local band The Deadbeats, east coast time, at the first annual Pineapple Drop at the Town Center of Mililani. At precisely 7:00 p.m. a seven-foot tall, four-foot round lighted pineapple will drop from the 60 foot flag pole near the Consolidated Theatres to coincide with the ball drop in Times Square.
"It's the perfect way for families with little kids to enjoy the fun and festivities of New Year's Eve without having to stay out late," says Chrissy Wood, assistant property manager at the Town Center of Mililani. "And for those parents who intend to go out, there's plenty of time to get the kids to the babysitter's and get ready for Hawai'i's New Year's Eve."
The Deadbeats, who just released their second CD "Do You," will be rocking the stage from 6:00 p.m. until the Pineapple Drop. After which American Idol finalist Camile Velasco will be on stage featuring the band TTYM and followed by the up-and-coming Mililani band Crimson Apple, with lead singer Colby Benson also from American Idol fame.
Date: December 31, 2012
Time: 5:00 to 9:00 P.M.
Place: Town Center of Mililani, In front of the flag pole by Consolidated Theatres
There will be clowns, games and food booths for the family to enjoy, in addition to a fire cracker and confetti cannon show during the actual pineapple drop.
For more information, call 625-0108 or visit
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