One of the largest end-of-the-year concerts may be put on hold until the fall because of COVID-19.
The Campus Center Activities Board is looking to postpone Aloha Bash, which was expected to be on April 24—to the fall semester. No dates are confirmed yet.
In an announcement on Thursday, University of Hawai'i President David Lassner said that "Large public events with more than 100 individuals in a confined space that are sponsored by UH are being postponed or canceled as of Monday, March 16."
"Similarly, the university will not be scheduling new public events of this kind until further notice. All attendees planning to attend an event already scheduled should contact the event organizer or venue to check if the event has been canceled, postponed or rescheduled," the message added.
The following CCBAC events are also canceled:
- March 24: Taste of Mānoa
- April 2: Gamers' Night
Cram Jam is still scheduled for finals week (May 10 to May 14), unless noted otherwise.
Other events may be canceled or postponed in the near future.
Keep checking back at https://uhmccbac.weebly.com/ for more updates on CCBAC events.