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An exclusive monthly Hawaiian music series at the Hawai‘i Theatre

Hawaiian Springs Natural Artesian Water presents The Hawaiian Classics at the historic Hawai‘i Theatre. This exclusive musical engagement delivers the best in Hawaiian music in a remarkable venue. The inaugural show will feature a narrated musical odyssey featuring iconic Hawaiian singer and innovative musician, Brother Noland on Saturday, Sept. 10th at 7:30 p.m.

"We're proud to present this stunning showcase of Hawaiian music to the community in a way that brings out the roots of the artist and bares the authenticity of their music," says Don Mueller, chief marketing officer of Hawaiian Springs Water.

The premiere show on Sept. 10th is titled, "Coconut Girl Revealed," a unique musical showcase narrated by local TV celebrity Lanai Tabura. This theatrical spin on a music concert will feature storied performances designed to entertain throughout. Along with his full band The Modern Hawaiians, Brother Noland invites the following artists to further enrich this one of a kind musical experience, each with their own noted careers:

- Blayne Asing, 2016 Na Hoku Hanohano 's Most Promising Artist of the Year

- Tony Conjugacion, Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winner and Kumu Hula with Halau Na Wainohia

- Keahi, international jazz vocalist and Brother's Noland's sister

- The Kamehameha's Schools Children's Choir under the direction of Lynell Bright

- Mike Kaawa and Kawika Kahiapo, Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winners

- Special appearance by The Rough Riders - Henry Kapono, John Cruz with Brother Noland, recipient of the 2016 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards EP of the Year.

"The Theatre is excited to partner with Hawaiian Springs to showcase the best of the best in Hawaiian music and to offer a cherished venue for fans to enjoy pure music that comes from the heart," says Ruth Bolan, president of Hawaii Theatre.

Tickets for The Hawaiian Classics are now on sale at the Hawai‘i Theatre Box office and online at Tickets start at $65 with discounts for kamaʻaina and Hawaii Theatre Center members. Below is the full schedule and featured artists for the complete concert series:

Sept. 10, 2016 Brother Noland


October 16, 2016

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$54, $60, $66, $72, $78, $84, $90


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Hawaiian Springs celebrates 100 years of Kamaka Ukulele with inaugural concert of The Hawaiian Classics

Friends of the Kamaka family will perform at a concert honoring 100 years of business for the famed Kamaka Hawaii ukulele company on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at the historic Hawaii Theatre at 5:00 p.m. The concert will kick off The Hawaiian Classics concert series presented by Hawaiian Springs -- The Water for your life.

Performers will include Jake Shimabukuro, Benny Chong, Paula Fuga, Side Order Band, Hookena, Kama Hopkins, Momi Kahawaiolaa, Herb Ohta Sr., Herb Ohta Jr. and Aidan James. Performing halau will be Hula Hui O Kapunahala and Halau I ka Wekiu. The sons of the founder of Kamaka Hawaii, Samuel Kaialiilii Kamaka, who started the company in 1916, will make an appearance. Fred Kamaka Sr. and Samuel Kamaka Jr., both now in their 90s, are still actively involved in the business their father began and are icons of the Hawaii music community.

Kamaka Hawaii is one of the world's most respected manufacturers of musical instruments, having handcrafted ukuleles for 100 years (1916 -- 2016) utilizing native Hawaiian koa wood. Known for meticulous craftsmanship and depth of tone, Kamaka ukuleles are treasured and collected throughout the world. Founder Samuel Kaialiilii Kamaka created the distinctive "pineapple" ukulele that was patented in 1928.

Beginning October 16th, the Hawaiian Springs Hawaiian Classics Concert Series will feature monthly performances by true Legends of Hawaii, showcasing traditional and contemporary Hawaiian classics. Don't miss this special opportunity to see Hawaii's Music Legends in concert-purchase your tickets now!

For 20% Kama'aina Discount, Patrons must provide proof of a Hawaii Address and Hawaii I.D. upon picking up tickets at Will Call.

A $3.00 restoration fee is added to all ticket prices.

Nov. 19, 2016 Ledward Kaapana

Dec. 17, 2016 Amy Hanaialii & Willie K

Jan. 14, 2017 Maunalua

Feb. 4, 2017 Theresa Bright

Mar. 11, 2017 Robert Cazimero

Apr. 8, 2017 Weldon Kekauoha

May 1, 2017 Kuana Torres Kahele

June 3, 2017 Jerry Santos

July 15, 2017 Sean Naauao

Aug. 12, 2017 Raiatea Helm

About Hawaiian Springs

Hawaiian Springs is Hawaii's first and only natural artesian water. Bottled at the source at Keaau on the Big Island. Locally owned and operated by Native Hawaiians. For more information visit

About Hawaii Theatre

The historic Hawaii Theatre is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and was recognized as the "Outstanding Historic Theatre in America" in 2005 by the League of Historic American Theatres and, in 2006, was awarded an Honor Award by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Listed on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places, the restored Hawaii Theatre re-opened in 1996, and attracts 80,000-100,000 patrons a year to its beautiful auditorium.

Welcome to the Hawaii Theatre!
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Proclaimed as the "Pride of the Pacific," the beautiful Hawaii Theatre, built by the Consolidated Amusement Company, opened its doors September 6, 1922 in downtown Honolulu. The Hawaii Theatre operated as a showplace for vaudeville, plays, musicals and silent films until it fell into disrepair and the land lease was abandoned by Consolidated in 1984.

In 1986, the Hawaii Theatre Center, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation was formed to save the Hawaii Theatre from the wrecking ball and in May 1996, the Hawaii Theatre reopened its doors as a 1400-seat, multi-purpose, state-of-the art performance center.

The Hawaii Theatre was recognized as the 'Outstanding Historic Theatre in America' in 2005 by the League of Historic American Theatres and, in 2006, was awarded an Honor Award by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Listed on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places, the Hawaii Theatre is available for all of Hawaii to enjoy.


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