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Honolulu Advertiser
June 11, 1972
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When Joni Mitchell makes her Hawaii concert debut at 8 p.m. next Sunday at the Waikiki Shell, a portion of the ticket sales will go to the Waikiki Drug Clinic.

The clinic is conducting sales of the $3.50 grass-area seats, $1 of which is being donated by the singer for the benefit of the clinic.

Tickets are on sale at GEM Music, Ward Avenue, Thayer's in downtown Honolulu, the House of Music Ala Moana, both stores of Stone Free, Jean's Fate in Waialua and Kapiolani, Kahala Music, and the Salty Shop in the Outrigger Hotel.

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