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11th Annual ʻUkulele Picnic in Hawaiʻi

Date/Time

Feb 10, 2019
09:00 AM until 06:00 PM

Description

For an 11th year, the annual ʻUkulele Picnic in Hawaiʻi will return, featuring local and international ʻukulele musicians performing on two stages.

 

This year, the event moves to a new venue at the much-anticipated Victoria Ward Park, an outdoor event site located in the heart of Ward Village. 

 

Several entertainers are already confirmed including Josh Tatofi, Jody Kamisato and Kuʻuipo Kumukahi. Hosted by the ʻUkulele Foundation of Hawaiʻi, the 11th Annual ʻUkulele Picnic in Hawaiʻi is inspired to celebrate the construction of the world's first ʻukulele museum in the islands, which will serve as a symbol of world peace. 

 

The free event will offer two stages of live entertainment, each featuring well-known local and international ʻukulele performers including: 

  • Benny Chong and Byron Yasui 
  • Boo Takagi (Japan) 
  • Bryan Tolentino 
  • Dr. Trey 
  • Dragon Beat 
  • Ebak 
  • Herb Ohta Jr. 
  • Honoka 
  • Iron Mango 
  • Jody Kamisato 
  • Josh Tatofi 
  • Kamakakēhau Fernandez 
  • Kapena 
  • Kazuyuki Sekiguchi (Japan) and Bryan Kessler 
  • Keiko (Japan) 
  • Kuuipo Kumukahi 
  • Lina Lina (Japan) 
  • Natalie Ai Kamauu 
  • Sam and Sumo Ninja 
  • Seiji Katz (Japan) 
  • Tegan & Kaylen 
  • Tomotaka Matsui (Japan) 
  • Wakana Izumi (Japan)

 

Guests will also enjoy more than 30 different vendors offering Hawaiian crafts, international food and drinks, activities for kids, a luxury ʻukulele raffle as well as top ʻukulele brands showcasing premium ʻukuleles. 

Cost

Free

Location

View map Victoria Ward Park
333 Ward Ave.
Honolulu, HI

Additional Information

Sponsor

ʻUkulele Foundation of Hawaiʻi

Phone

(808) 312-4381

Contact name

ʻUkulele Picnic in Hawaii

Contact email

info@ukulelepicnicinhawaii.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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