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Feud Game Night 2019 at QKC, Third Fridays

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Queen Kaʻahumanu Center announces the continuance of QKC Feud, every third Friday of the month from 6 to 8 p.m. QKC is accepting contestant teams.

QKC Feud Game Night. PC: Queen Ka’ahumanu Center.

QKC Feud made its debut as part of the 2018 QKC Holly Jolly Holidays program on Saturday nights. Due to popular demand, QKC Feud will now continue once per month.

On the third Friday of each month, two rounds will be played, one at 6 p.m. and a second at 6:45 p.m. Each round consists of two teams of five. Contestants will compete to name the most popular responses to general survey questions, with the winning team moving to the bonus round. The winning team wins a fun prize and their photo posted on the QKC Stage Monitors for the month.

Maui County businesses, friends and families are encouraged to put together teams of five. Keiki to kūpuna are invited to participate, with minimum age of 14 years. A team name and team spirit costumes are highly encouraged. There is no contestant or team fee, however registration is required and limited to four teams of five per night. Interested parties should contact Amanda Martin, Marketing Coordinator at (808) 856-8109 or [email protected]


“Who knew we had so many eager game show fans. The teams and audience had so much fun we just had to continue it through 2019,” said Toni Rojas, Vice President of Business and Community Development. “Contestants dressed in matching colors or costumes, showed great team spirit and sportsmanship, and were just a little competitive. They wanted their bragging rights.”


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