Feel The Wonders Of The Hawaii With Soothing Guitar Sounds

Festival Artists

Stephen-Inglis

Stephen Inglis

Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Stephen Inglis is known as a master of the native instrument, slack key guitar. He's also known as the innovator who brings something new into his style of guitar playing, creating his own sound.

Michael-Mike-Keale

Michael Mike Keale

Coming from one of the most beautiful islands in the world Kauai, Hawaii, Michael Mike Keale is a famous musician. He implements ukulele, one of the unique native instruments that resembles a tiny guitar. He is a great singer too.


Blayn

Blayne Asing

Blayne Asing was born on the O'ahu Island and he's a songwriter and a singer. He plays the ukulele and the guitar since he was nine. Besides this, he plays a great variety of instruments and prefers country and folk.

Ikaika

Ikaika Brown

Ikaika Brown is known as the ambassador of Ki Ho'alu. He released his first album when he was just 14 years old. He received two Na Hoku Hanohano nominations for his this album, which are considered as prestigious in Hawaii.

Kind Of Music You Could Fall In Love With

The type of music that you can expect to hear on this outstanding festival is natively called the Waikiki style. They have their own way of playing their native instrument while they sing about the past and the future in their language. It is a very soothing feast for the senses that will make you fall in love with the people, the country and everything else that goes with it.

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What Makes This Festival Special

Besides 16 amazing guitar acts, this Hawaii Festival will include special guests who'll represent Hawaii and its rich history and past. There are numerous workshops where newcomers can educate themselves about Hawaii and try some of the outstanding Made in Hawaii products, snacks, and foods. There will be also a lot of giveaways including CDs and T-shirts with festival prints.