Hawaii Theatre Center presents

KUANA’S WINTER WONDERLAND

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December 8 & 9 & 10 & , 2017

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$75, $55, $45, $35, $2 - Arts For All (For qualifying Low-Income Resident(s))

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$5 Off - HTC Members, Seniors (62+), Military & Students (w/ valid id), Youth (4-17), Groups (10+)

***Arts For All tickets now available for qualifying Low-Income Resident(s).***

Hawaiian musician, vocalist, songwriter, dancer and educator Kuana Torres Kahele appears at the Hawaii Theatre Center to usher in the Holiday season with a few of his friends. He will host three shows featuring Hawaiian musician, vocalists, and halau. Miss Aloha Hula and Miss & Master Keiki Hula will also perform.

12 Lei of Christmas Giveaway

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition, each night will include a rare and exciting giveaway of four Niihau Shell Lei.* A total of 12 Niihau Shell Lei, a value of $50,000, will be gifted!

*Winner must be present to win.

Special Guests:

Friday, December 8, 2017:

Music:
•Josh Tatofi Band
•Lopaka Igarta DeVera
•Maila Gibson

Hula:
•7 Miss Aloha Hula Winners
•Halau Na Mamo O Puuanahulu
•Halau Hiiakainamakalehua
•Kilohana Japan
•Ka Hale Iken Hawaii O Kuana
•2017 Miss & Master Keiki Hula

Saturday, December 9, 2017:

Music:
•Ekolu Trio
•Josh Tatofi Band
•Kamaka Kukona

Hula:
•7 Miss Aloha Hula Winners
•Halau Ka Lei Mokihana O Leinaala
•Halau Ka Hanu Lehua
•Halau Hiiakainamakalehua
•2017 Miss & Master Keiki Hula

Sunday, December 10, 2017:

Music:
•Ekolu Trio
•Josh Tatofi Band
•Kamaka Kukona

Hula:
•7 Miss Aloha Hula Winners
•Halau Ka Hanu Lehua
•Halau Hiiakainamakalehua
•2017 Miss & Master Keiki Hula

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Known primarily for his original acoustic compositions, Kahele is a skilled arranger of traditional Hawaiian music as well, performing and recording with instruments such as ukulele, guitar, ipu, and bass. After learning kane dancing and mele writing in his teens, in 1995 Kahele co-founded Nā Palapalai, a Hawaiian music group that has released seven albums. Several have charted in the top five on the Billboard Top World Albums chart, and the group has won a large number of Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards, including Group of the Year. Kahele regularly teaches cultural workshops and other classes, and operates the Na Lei Lanakila O Niihau halau on the island of Niihau. In Japan he runs the Kuana School of Hawaiian Music & Culture, teaching approximately 200 combined students in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.

A $3.00 Theatre Restoration Fee & Internet Fees apply to all ticket prices/purchases.

Children under 4 years of age not permitted.