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Mele on the Move

Hawaiian Music Perpetuation Society launched its “Mele on the Move” project, which is a mobile-concert that will bring the beautiful sounds of Hawaiian music to the Aina Hoopulapula, or Hawaiian homesteads, here on Oahu.

Nā Kūpuna Nights

Nā Kūpuna Nights is a festive event filled with delicious food and 'ono Hawaiian music.

Also featured are various local vendors with Hawaiian made and inspired products.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to come together, talk story, and support one another.

Pā‘ina o Waikīkī Hula

Pā‘ina o Waikīkī Hula

The ONLY all Hawaiian hula and dinner show

  Hosted by Na Hoku Hanohano award winner

Ku’uipo Kumukahi

He Lei No Emalani

A Musical Tribute Honoring Our Queen Emma

Join us at Hānaiakamalama, the Summer Palace of our dear Queen Emma Kaleleonālani Na‘ea Rooke, as we present for you a traditional Hawaiian musical tribute in celebration of one of Hawai‘i’s most beloved ali‘i. Known affectionately as ‘Emalani by her people, this tribute shares our love and respect for her with traditional hula and mele or songs written for her, as well as a debut of ‘Emalani’s poems set to melodies arranged by Ku‘uipo Kumukahi. Hosted by Kamaka Pili of Aloha Authentic, with musical performances by Ku‘uipo Kumukahi and Helene Woodward and appearances by Uncle Babes Bell, Kumu Nalani Keale, Kealaanuhea Joseph, and Hi‘ialoka‘ohuikapuahiwahiwa Tom-Aiu.

Start the morning with a tour of her home. Then e nānea mai, come relax and enjoy the beautiful musical tribute. Following the performance, explore the grounds of the Palace. Individually prepared tea boxes are available to order, in a nod to a traditional English high tea, for enjoyment throughout the grounds or at the neighboring park. The boxed tea service celebrates Queen Emma’s affection for and close relationship with England’s Queen Victoria.