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Hawaiian Springs Presents the Hawaiian Classics


September 12, 2016

Starting September 2016, Hawaiian Springs and the Hawaii Theatre are presenting a monthly concert series at the Historic Hawaii Theatre. Each performance showcases a Hawaii Music Legend playing traditional and contemporary Hawaiian Classics. Expect to see special guests and hula halaus join in. You won’t want to miss a single show. For more information and to purchase tickets visit the Theatre box office or online at www.hawaiitheatre.com.

Built in 1921, and lovingly restored in 1996, the Hawaii Theatre has played a significant role in Honolulu’s cultural scene for nearly a century. Listed on the State and national Register of Historic Places, “The Pride of the Pacific’s” opulent auditorium, with its excellent acoustics and perfect sight lines, is the ideal venue to enjoy these not-to-be-missed shows.

The Hawaiian Classics at the Hawaii Theatre

The Hawaiian Classics at the Hawaii Theatre Presented by Hawaiian Springs

100th Anniversary of the Kamaka Ukulele 
Sunday Oct. 16, 2016
Brother Noland
Saturday Nov. 19, 2016
Amy Hanaialii & Willie K 
Saturday Dec. 17, 2016
Maunalua
Saturday Jan. 14, 2016
Theresa Bright
Saturday Feb. 4, 2017
Robert Cazimero
Saturday Mar. 11, 2017
Weldon Kekauoha
Saturday Apr. 8, 2017
Kuana Torres Kahele
Monday May 1, 2017
Jerry Santos
Saturday June 3, 2017
Sean Naauao
Saturday July 15, 2017
Raiatea Helm
Saturday Aug. 12, 2017
Ledward Kaapana
Saturday Sept. 9, 2017


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