If you are looking for something new to do this summer to keep you entertained while celebrating Hawaiian culture, look no further than the Summer Concert Series at Waimea Valley in Haleiwa. The beautiful setting and amazing artists are sure to create a memorable day date or good time with friends and family.
Waimea Valley is a beautiful and epic piece of nature nestled on the North Shore of Oahu. This sacred Valley holds numerous archaeological sites, a botanical garden containing rare and endangered plants native to the land, and a 45-foot waterfall. This natural, historic beauty provides the perfect backdrop to celebrate Hawaiian culture through the music unique to the islands.
The Summer Concert Series at Waimea Valley brings musicians from all over Hawaii to perform both traditional and contemporary pieces, creating an event that embraces the true aloha spirit. The pristine wilderness of the Waimea Valley is meant to be honored and bring people together to be one with nature, and there is no better way to do that than through music.
Featuring artists like Ekolu and Kapena, the voice of Hawaiian music, the Summer Concert Series will be a summer to remember. With one night in July and August, there will be no shortage of amazing Hawaiian music to enjoy this summer at Waimea Valley. To add to the fun, each show will be hosted by Da Kolohe Krew, Mele Apana and Shannon Scott, from local radio station Hawaiian 105 KINE.
Join us on July 29 and August 26 at Waimea Valley to enjoy some pure Hawaiian culture surrounded by nature found nowhere else on the planet. Individual show tickets may be purchased for presale prices $15 for adults or $10 for children and seniors. All are welcome. Tickets may be purchased at the box office the day of the show. Call (808) 638-7766 for further questions, or visit them www.waimeavalley.net.