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AADAP will be celebrating their 47th Anniversary with a Benefit Concert at the Aratani Theatre on Saturday, October 5, 2019. Join us for an evening of live music, a silent auction, dessert bar, and more! All the proceeds will help AADAP fund core recovery programs to help serve the diverse communities of Los Angeles.

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ARTIST LINE-UP

Michael PauloIMG_0022
One of the most versatile and cosmopolitan saxophonists in pop, soul and contemporary jazz for nearly 35 years, Michael Paulo has added his distinct saxpertise to a virtual who’s who of artists, including Al Jarreau (Paulo’s longest term touring association), James Ingram, No. 1 Smooth Jazz Trumpeter and guitarist Rick Braun and Peter White, Oleta Adams, Kenny Loggins, Patti Austin, Jeffrey Osborne, Jeff Lorber, David Benoit, Carl Anderson, Bobby Caldwell,  Johnny Mathis and more. He recorded with Kalapana from 1975-1979 and has worked with legendary pianist Herbie Hancock.

Kalapana
Kalapana emerged as one of the most popular bands on the Hawaiian music scene in the 70s, producing a steady stream of hits. Their 1975 debut album was hailed as one of the best of the mid-70s Hawaiian renaissance. Tracks like “Naturally”, “Nightbird”, “The Hurt”, “You Make it Hard”, and “When the Morning Comes” became household tunes and still enjoy frequent play on contemporary Hawaiian radio. Musical trends have come and gone, but Kalapana’s many hits have remained Island classics. Kalapana still stands as a symbol of inspiration for contemporary Hawaiian music today.


ABOUT AADAP

Since 1972,  AADAP has grown to be a leader in providing prevention and treatment services to Asian and Pacific Islander families affected by the consequences of substance abuse and addiction. AADAP addresses these unmet needs in our community by targeting public and private resources in order to offer the necessary programs that make a difference against the real and far reaching costs of substance abuse and addiction that touch every segment of our society. AADAP continues to serve over 16,000 clients annually from all over Los Angeles County and beyond, including Metro LA, South LA, San Fernando Valley, the South Bay, and San Bernardino.

Your support of AADAP, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (Tax ID: 95-2848695), will have the benefit of “Changing Lives and Saving Families” by addressing the consequences of substance abuse and addiction.

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SHOWTIME 2019 SPONSORS

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COMMUNITY SPONSORS:
Ron Wakabayashi
Law Offices of Dennis W. Chang, P.C.
Little Tokyo Service Center
Koreatown Youth + Community Center
Community Coalition
Yamasaki Family
Linda Aratani
Norma Mtume
McBirney & Chuck
KORUS Real Estate
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SHOWTIME 2019 SILENT AUCTION DONORS

Discovery Cube
Pasadena Ice Skating Center
A Noise Within
Street Food Cinema
Japanese American National Museum
East West Players
The Broad
Island Packers
Laemmle
Golf N’ Stuff
Mulligan Family Fun Center
SF MOMA
The Huntington Library
USS Midway Museum
Tanaka Farms
Newport Landing
Pier 39
Wine Road
Simms Restaurants
PRP Wine
Laugh Factory- Long Beach
Aquarium of the Pacific
Children’s Museum of La Habra
The Ice House
Kidspace Children’s Museum
Grammy Museum
Khalsa Chiropractic
Din Tai Fung
Five Guys
Laugh Factory- Hollywood
Dtox Day Spa
Battleship IOWA
Planes of Fame Air Museum
Creme Caramel LA
Tommy’s World Famous Burgers
Napa Valley Wine Train
Pasadena Playhouse
Green Street Restaurant
Hangar 18 Riverside
American Cinematheque
Toyo Miyatake
Sprinkles Cupcakes
LA Conservacy
JacuzzI Family Vineyard & The Olive Press
The Cheesecake Factory
Total Wine and More
Emerald Isle Golf Course
Pacific Park
Natural History Museum
Jun Project
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Hornblower Crusies
Hollywood Wax Museum
Race LA
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Santa Anita Race Track
Skydive Santa Barbara
Howlin’ Rays
Blue Apron
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Oriental Trading
Lemonade
Miracle Springs Resort and Spa

 

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