2013 - 2nd Annual Westside Slack Key Guitar Festival
2nd annual "Westside Style" Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival. October 20, 2013, 12noon to 6 pm. Hoalauna Park, Ewa Beach, O'ahu. Featuring: Dennis Kamakahi, Bobby Moderow, LT Smooth, Kawika Kahiapo, Makana, George Kuo, and many more slack key stars. Emcee: Harry B. Soria, Jr.
Venue : Hoalauna Park
2013 - Kona Slack Key Festival
21st annual Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival "Kona Style"
Featuring: LT Smooth, John Keawe, Danny Carvalho, Sonny Lim, Stephen Inglis, Dennis Kamakahi, Glenn Smith, Ikaika Marzo, Paul Tokioka, Donald Kaulia, Bobby Modero, Patrick Landeza, Bulla Kailiwai, & Sean Robbins. Emcee: Harry B. Soria, Jr.
Venue : Sheraton Kona Resort
2013 - 31st annual Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival
2013 Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival - O'ahu Style. Kapiolani Park. August 18, 2013. Free Admission! Featuring: Dennis Kamakahi, Bobby Moderow, John Cruz, Dwight Kanae, George Kuo, Kawika Kahiapo, Glenn Smith, Stephen Inglis, Paul Togioka, LT Smooth, Walter Keale, Danny Carvalho, Hi'ikua, & more. Milton & Chris Lau. Emcee: Harry B. Soria, Jr.
Venue : Kapiolani Park Bandstand
2013 - 37th annual Lili'uokalani Church Luau
2013 37th Annual Luau
Queen Lili'uokalani Hawaiian Church
Haleiwa, O'ahu, Hawaii
Please mark your calendars for this year's annual luau on Saturday, August 3, 2013.
Please come and enjoy a day on the North Shore for an old fashioned Hawaiian Luau!
~Kalua pig, squid luau, chicken long rice, lomi salmon, poke, raw crab & opihi (if available), poi, haupia, kulolo, pineapple, rice~
All foods are prepared by the members and friends at the church!
Take out is 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Come and listen to the various entertainers we have lined up under the big tent! Come early for the best seats.
Seating under the tent: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Emcee: Harry B. Soria, Jr.
See you there!
Venue : Queen Lili'uokalani Church grounds
2013 - Hawaiian Mission Houses Museum
Ke Ala O Ka Hua Mele.
Hapa Haole “Boat Days” & Hula
Explore the evolution of Hawaiian music during a four-part discussion and musical series. Scholars, cultural practitioners, and kumu discuss the influences of missionaries, ali`i, and others on the development of Hawaiian music. After the free talk story, sample pupu and drinks, and then enjoy musical performances of some of the best Hawaiian music the islands have to offer.
Featuring: The nahenahe sounds of Alan Akaka & the Islanders with Nina Keali`iwahamana, Harry B. Soria, Jr., Kumu Hula Pohai Souza and Halau Hula Kamamolikolehua, and the Royal Hawaiian Band.
Venue : Hawaiian Mission Houses