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A Celebration of Hula and Aloha
June 23 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Aloha Polynesia is celebrating 25+ years of hula and aloha in Sacramento. This concert will feature dances from Polynesia and live music. Featuring special guests Kalama Brothers (musicians from Southern California), Sacramento’s ‘Ohana Dance Group, and Legacies of the Pacific from the Bay Area.
$25 or two for $40; $12 (12 and under)
Doors open at 12:30 and tickets will be sold if still available.
A little about featured guests:
- The Kalama Brothers: Ryan and Kai Kalama are brothers who grew up in SoCal as musicians who loved to play anything from Rock to Reggae, R&B to Soul, and even traditional Hawaiian music. They released an album of original Hawaiian music under the Maui Tribe Records label with the amazing “Uncle” Willie K. Ryan and Kai perform with aloha and always keep the audience laughing, toe-tapping, and appreciative of home.
- Legacies of the Pacific is a diverse culture driven organization that connects its community and promotes collaboration. LOP’s dancers and musicians have performed locally and internationally, and have graced stages from San Jose’s Tahiti Fete to Hilo’s Merrie Monarch. Today, they intend to lead and serve as the arch, bridging outside communities to the Pacific heritage and uniting already familiar communities through the LOP RIPPLE effect.
- ‘Ohana Dance Group and Kuhai Halau O Ke`alaanuheaokalaua`e is a non-profit, Hawaiian culture and hula halau where everyone can share the stories and spirituality of the islands and its people through hula traditions and dances.
- June 23
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Dance, Music, Now Playing, Theater