The Institute of Hawaiian Music presents a celebration of the music of Maui for the entire ‘ohana. This year’s theme is “Aloha ‘Ia Nō ‘O Maui” (Maui is truly beloved). Entertainers include Mailani, Kenneth Makuakāne, George Kahumoku, Nā Wai ‘Ehā, hālau Pā‘ū O Hi‘iaka (under the direction of Kumu Hula Hōkulani Holt) and the students of the Institute of Hawaiian Music at UH Maui College. Hawaiian food, arts, crafts and other merchandise will be available for purchase, and there will be activities for the keiki. Proceeds from this event will provide scholarships to students, and support the many educational activities of the Institute of Hawaiian Music.
Gates open at 10AM on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, and we will be open until 5PM.
|TICKETS ON SALE NOW!|
|Tickets $10. advance/ $15.at door (keiki under 10 free) available at Bailey House Museum, Bounty Music, Mandala, Lahaina Music, Awakening in Paradise, and Native Intelligence!
We are also still looking for vendors interested in selling their products or services, and are accepting donations for our silent auction! Call 808-984-3570 for more information.
The event will be emceed by the one and only Morning Godess, Alaka‘i Paleka of KPOA radio. We are grateful for their support of our students and program!
The Institute of Hawaiian Music (IHM) at UH Maui College mentors and trains aspiring musicians in performing, singing, composition, repertoire development, recording techniques, and marketing of Hawaiian music. Students are taken from the beginning of their musical training to their career debut.
For more information, tickets, vendor applications, volunteering and silent auction donations email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 808-984-3570.
We are now accepting vendor applications! If you are interested in selling product at this event, please download the application and information sheet from our vendors page!
The Institute of Hawaiian Music (IHM) at UH Maui College mentors and trains aspiring musicians in performing, singing, composition, repertoire development, recording techniques, and marketing of Hawaiian music. Students will be taken from the beginning of their musical training to their career debut.