Maui Arts & Entertainment

JD on the Rocks to Play at Rotary St. Patrick’s Day Party

February 25, 2016, 12:14 PM HST
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JD on the Rocks. Courtesy photo.

JD on the Rocks. Courtesy photo.

JD on the Rocks, a West Maui rock and roll band, will provide the dance music at the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset’s “Go For The Green” St. Patrick’s Day party on March 17.

Residents and visitors alike are invited to join the fun on the oceanfront lawn at Royal Lahaina Resort in Ka‘ānapali.

Event proceeds will help support the club’s monthly third Saturday recycling program in West Maui as well as other community service programs.

“We’re thrilled to have JD on the Rocks for our St. Patty’s Day Party,” said Sandy Schneider, club president. “We invite the community to join us as we kick up our heels and have a great time, all for a good cause.”

JD on the Rocks consists of JD and Harry with “Smiling” Nino Toscano and Uncle Howie Eisenberg on saxophone.

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Called “Maui’s most fun and versatile band,” JD on the Rocks has an infectious style that is sure to get partygoers on the dance floor.

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The “Go For The Green” St. Patty’s Day party will include no-host bar, dinner, dancing, silent and live auction, a pot o’ gold and a fun photo booth.

Attendees may purchase tickets in advance for $80 per person ($85 at the door), which includes dinner and a welcome drink.

VIP tickets are $100 per person and include reserved oceanside seating, a welcome drink, dinner and two bottles of wine per table.

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Tickets are available online.

For more information about the event, event sponsorships, or to donate silent auction items, call Sunset Rotary club Community Service Chair Liz May at 5A Rent A Space at 669-5200.

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