The newly formed group, Kahālāwai, will perform at a free outdoor
concert on Thursday, March 28, from 6 – 7:30 PM. The setting is the front lawn of the Historic
Baldwin Home Museum on the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets.
Kahālāwai, which means “to meet or meeting together”, is composed of
Dana Pi‘ilani Arias and Joshua Pilialoha Kahula. […]
Hawaiian vocalist and guitarist Mitch Kepa will be giving a free concert at the Historic Baldwin Home Lawn on Thursday, February 28 from 6-7:30pm.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Mitch Kepa knew music was going to be a big part of his life when he saw a TV commercial featuring the late Gabby Pahinui playing beautiful […]
Lahaina Restoration Foundation invites the public to the Wo Hing Museum & Cookhouse (858 Front Street) on Friday, February 8, 2019 for an evening of cultural art activities that pay tribute to the year of the pig for Chinese New Year. The museum will be open between 10 am and 7 pm with free admission. […]
Brother Noland is a storyteller at heart and music is how he shares his experiences. Born and raised in the islands but well traveled, Brother Noland is a legacy Hawaiian artist, who has deeply influenced contemporary Hawaiian music with timeless hits such as “Coconut Girl” and “Big Ship.”
As an impactful player in
Hawai’i”s music scene […]
Thursday, December 27th, 6-730pm
Kuikawa is comprised of Lukela Kanae (left), James“Koakane” Mattos (middle), and Joshua Kulhavy-Sutherland (right).They met in 2016 as students in the Institute of Hawaiian Music atthe UH Maui campus. As avid fans of Hawaiian music andlovers of good harmony, they quickly formed agroup andbegan to perform around the island of Maui.
Singer-Songwriter Blayne Asing Performs at Free Hawaiian Music Concert
Singer-songwriter Blayne Asing will perform at Lahaina
Restoration Foundation’s free monthly Hawaiian Music Series concert on
Thursday, November 29th, from 6 to 7:30 pm on the lawn of the
Baldwin Home Museum, at the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets in Lahaina.
Blayne Asing was born and raised on O‘ahu […]
We know you care about Lahaina’s rich culture, history and heritage when you show up in a big way to support our signature events. This was the case with the “Chinese Moon Festival” hosted at the Wo Hing Temple on September 22.
It was a perfectly warm, mid-autumn day. More than 1,500 heads were counted at […]
David Ige and Lt. Governor Douglas Chin have proclaimed October 2018 as Archives Month for the State of Hawai‘i—and Maui museums are celebrating! Across the island, special displays and exhibits grace the venues at Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum, Bailey House Museum, Haleakalā National Park collections, Makawao History Museum, and Lahaina Restoration Foundation. […]
Lahaina Restoration Foundation is pleased to present Franz Kahale for this month’s “Hawaiian Music Series”, a free live performance on Thurs., Oct., 25, 6–7:30 pm. Staged on the front porch of the Baldwin Home Museum on the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets, it’s the ideal spot to enjoy Hawaiian music. […]