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Mark Keali‘i Ho‘omalu - Academy of Hawaiian Arts
Saturday, September 16, 7pm

Kumu Hula Mark Keali‘i Ho’omalu and his Academy of Hawaiian Arts brings a debut show to Kahilu Theatre on our opening weekend. He has established himself as a visionary artist with immeasurable passion for hula and Hawaiiana.
2017 Grammy Award Winner Kalani Pe‘a
Saturday, October 21, 7pm

2017 GRAMMY® AWARD WINNER, 2017 Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winner, Singer/songwriter Kalani Peʻa, a native of Panaʻewa, Hilo, HI who currently resides on Maui won the Grammy Award with his debut album featuring seven haku mele (Hawaiian original music compositions) and five of his favorite classics. Peʻa is all about perpetuating Hawaiian language through music and visual arts, His performance will feature special guest Halau Ka'eaikahelelani.
2017 ‘Ukulele and Slack Key Guitar Festival
Friday, November 17, 7pm

A special evening of Hawaiian-style ki ho'alu, guitar music and song with some of Hawaii's most treasured musicians featuring Sonny Lim, Jeff Peterson, Nathan Awe, Benny Chong, Ledward Kaapana, Mike Kaawa, special guest Abe Lagrimas, Jr. and more.
Saturday, February 10, 7pm

After 2 sold-out shows last season, Makana returns on February 10th. Dazzling, internationally acclaimed guitarist, singer, composer, activist is widely known for lending his musical talent for social change. A protégé of the Hawaiian slack key guitar legends, including Bobby Moderow Jr. and the late master Uncle Sonny Chillingworth, Makana has dedicated his life to perpetuating as well as evolving the traditional Hawaiian slack key or Ki Ho‘alu.
John Cruz with special guest Blayne Asing
Saturday, March 10, 7pm

John Cruz is one of the most talented artists that has ever come from Hawaii. His Na Hoku Hanohano Award-Winning Album of the year “One of These Days” was named one of the “Top 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century”.
Robert Cazimero
Saturday, May 12, 7pm

Robert Cazimero is considered to be one of the most respected kumu hula of Hawaiian dance and hiselegant voice is so distinctive that he is instantly recognized and people are compelled to listen. Robert’s passion and talent have played a huge role in taking Hawaiian music and dance to diverse stages from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl and hula is always an integral part of his shows.

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