Author: Blaine Fergerstrom

Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila 2020

2020 Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila Live Streaming August 8

Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila 2020

13th Annual Gabby Pahinui Waimānalo Kanikapila
Live Streaming August 8

Live Streaming Digital Concert

Music • Hula • Kanikapila

Gabby Pahinui
Winston Kawamoto photo of Gabby Pahinui at concert in 1974.

Not knowing if we would/will be able to reschedule the open park setting, we will present the 2020 Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila in a livestream, digital form. We are now working with our media partners to design that format.

For those of you who purchased 2020 t-shirts prior to the event, mahalo nui for your support. Funds received from the t-shirt sales are supporting the effort to keep our music teachers employed. With that, we have also agreed to support development of a series of digital lessons that can be shared not just in our partnering, local schools but with any number of students worldwide. For those who would like to get the 2020 shirt, please order online at gabbypahinui.com or via email.

You’ve always been there for us, and we’ll always be there for you. We thank you for your support and understanding and would like to offer this stream of highlights from the 2019 performances.

We eagerly look forward to August 8th and to the time when we can all meet again and share in the community we all love and enjoy.

Link  –  https://vimeo.com/mymoviie/review/411579674/fbd3d4da82

1st Annual Aloha Shirt Festival 2020

1st Annual Aloha Shirt Festival

1st Annual Aloha Shirt Festival
& Vintage Era Exhibit

1st Annual Aloha Shirt Festival 2020

July 24, 2020
Kailua-Kona

Gabby Pahinui

2020 Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila To Live Stream

Gabby Pahinui
Winston Kawamoto photo of Gabby Pahinui at concert in 1974.

Not knowing if we would/will be able to reschedule the open park setting, we will present the 2020 Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila in a livestream, digital form. We are now working with our media partners to design that format. Please watch for announcements as to form and details as we approach August 8, 2020.

For those of you who purchased 2020 t-shirts prior to the event, mahalo nui for your support. Funds received from the t-shirt sales are supporting the effort to keep our music teachers employed. With that, we have also agreed to support development of a series of digital lessons that can be shared not just in our partnering, local schools but with any number of students worldwide. For those who would like to get the 2020 shirt, please order online at gabbypahinui.com or via email.

You’ve always been there for us, and we’ll always be there for you. We thank you for your support and understanding and would like to offer this stream of highlights from the 2019 performances.

We eagerly look forward to August 8th and to the time when we can all meet again and share in the community we all love and enjoy.

Link  –  https://vimeo.com/mymoviie/review/411579674/fbd3d4da82

13th Annual Gabby Pahinui Waimānalo Kanikapila

Please Join us April 25, 2020 for the 13th Annual Gabby Pahinui Waimānalo Kanikapila at Waimānalo Beach Park 
Prior to his passing on November 17, 2018, Cyril was excited about continuing the Gabby Pahinui Waimanalo Kanikapila and beach clean-up.
“It’s a very nice place and we get a good crowd.  The music tells it all.”                                                                                                     ~Cyril Pahinui
The Na’alehu Theatre, Pahinui Productions and Outrigger Resorts are proud to carry this unprecedented event forward to celebrate the musical heritage of Waimānalo, Gabby’s April 22nd, and Cyril’s April 21st birthdays.
As a tribute to his late father, Cyril Pahinui initiated the Gabby Pahinui Waimānalo Kanikapila in 2007. Since then, it has grown to become one of Hawai’i’s premier celebrations of Hawaiian music. The Na’alehu Theatre, Pahinui Productions and Outrigger Resorts are proud to carry this unprecedented event forward to celebrate the musical heritage of Waimānalo.
The festival is designed after gatherings remembered from Cyril’s childhood days, when weekends at the family’s home on Bell Street in Waimānalo were a continuous kanikapila. As in those days, the event attracts more than 100 musicians and gives thousands of fans an opportunity to witness some truly unforgettable moments, amazing performances, and one of a kind all-star jams by some of Hawai’i’s greatest musicians who get together to play music in the park.