Temporary Facility Closure - HAWAIIAN SLACK KEY GUITAR & UKULELE

Hanalei Community Center, Malolo Rd, Hanalei, HI

Temporary Facility Closure due to COVID Prevention We'll be back as soon as they open the facility to events and gatherings HAWAIIAN SLACK KEY GUITAR & UKULELE CONCERT Award winning traditional Hawaiian slack key guitar & ukulele concert featuring songs & stories telling its history. Gift Drawing. Family Friendly. Tickets $25 ($20 Ages 13-19 & 50+; $10 Ages 6-12). Audience rating 20+ yrs is 99.3% "Excellent, Highlight of our trip!".

This concert will ‘Tune your world to Aloha'! Award winning concert artists Doug & Sandy McMaster have 11 CDs to perpetuate the knowledge and experience of the endangered artform of traditional Hawaiian slack key guitar and ukulele. Guided by the kupuna (elders), they have dedicated their lives to continuing the family tradition of slack key music.

1 BEST LIVE SHOW - 2014-2020 Hawaii Magazine Readers’ Choice.

2018 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

Audience Comments: “Awesome music & talent!" - Kathy "Soothing to the soul and spirit." - David & Dianne "To really feel Hawaii, you must hear slack key. It embodies Aloha!" - Bill "Great intimate setting... like being in the artists living room with friends." - Sally "Touched my heart and filled me with Aloha." - John

Directions: The Hanalei community center is easy to find. In Hanalei, a block past the shopping center, turn towards the mountains at Malolo Rd. A small Hanalei Community Center sign is on the edge of Waioli Park soccer fields. Go 20 yards, turn left into the gravel parking area. The concert is in the brown building - Pohai Aloha (Circle of Aloha).

Tickets and information at www.McMasterSlackKey.com or Call (808) 826-1469

Accessible and Family Friendy: This facility is accessible to all ages and abilities and is family friendly with nice grassy area and lanai for parents to take restless children during the concert and intermission. Endangered birds such as the Hawaiian stilt, Hawaiian coot, Hawaiian duck, Kolea (golden plover), and nene (Hawaiian goose), Pueo (Hawaiian owl) make their homes here.

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