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George Kahumoku Jr., Daniel Ho & Tia Carrere

Saturday, January 20th, 2024 at 5:30 pm10:30 pm


George Kahumoku Jr., Daniel Ho & Tia Carrere

From Maui’s renowned Slack Key Show

Show Date

Saturday January 20, 2024

Show Details

Featured regularly at Maui’s renowned “Slack Key Show®”, this group shares the uniquely Hawaiian styles of slack key guitar, ‘ukulele, and songs both traditional and new. Their music’s origins reach back to the early 19th century when Portuguese immigrants brought the ‘ukulele and Mexican cowboys brought guitars to Hawai‘i along with their ranching knowledge. Since then, Hawaiians made these instruments their own and these dynamic musicians reflect the best of traditions, musical virtuosity, and sparkling compositions.

Four-time Grammy-winner, master slack key guitarist GEORGE KAHUMOKU JR, known as “Hawai‘i’s Renaissance Man”, is a multiple Na Hōkū Hanohano (Hawaiian Grammy) Award winner, a vocalist, storyteller, songwriter & author, teacher, sculptor, farmer, and chef. He is the producer and star of the weekly Slack Key Show© on Maui, now celebrating nearly 20 years.

DANIEL HO is a six-time Grammy winner, with 4 of his Grammy credits as producer of George Kahumoku’s 4 Grammy wins. He is multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, and performer, with talent and versatility on ‘ukulele, slack key guitar, piano, and vocals. His two other Grammy wins were with close friend Tia Carrere.

International star and two-time Grammy winner TIA CARRERE first made her name showcasing her considerable singing and acting chops in Wayne’s World. She went on to featured roles in film and television, returning to her Hawai‘i roots with her Grammy-winning albums with Daniel Ho.

George Kahumoku Jr.

George Kahumoku Jr celebrates nearly 20 years of his famed weekly Slack Key Show on Maui, which produced 4 Grammy-winning CDs. With over 25 solo and collaborative CDs to his name, George founded the Hawaiian Music Institute at University of Hawai‘i-Maui College. A renowned storyteller, George collaborated
on the book A Hawaiian Life and its sequel with long-time friend Paul Konwiser to capture his hilarious, entertaining on-stage stories, leading to his film biography Seeds of Aloha. For nearly 20 years, George Kahumoku Jr.’s Annual Maui Slack Key Guitar and ‘Ukulele Workshop creates one of the great musical learning experiences in the Islands, and embodies George’s belief in sharing, celebrating, and perpetuating the music and culture of Hawai‘i. In 2022, George was honored with HARA’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and in 2023, he was recognized with proclamations from the U.S. Congress by Representative Jill Tokuda and the Hawai’i State Senate in honor of his being awarded the inaugural “E Ola Mau Ka Mele” Award at Maui’s Hula Grill.

Daniel Ho

Daniel Ho beams with music. He is an ‘ukulele virtuoso, slack key guitarist, multiinstrumentalist, composer, arranger, singer-songwriter, producer, audio engineer, and record company owner. He is a 6-time Grammy Award winner, 6-time Taiwanese Golden Melody Award winner, and recipient of multiple Hawaiian Music awards. His collaborations transcend genres – from traditional and contemporary Hawaiian Music to World Music with Taiwanese aboriginals and Mongolian nomads, to duets with Pepe Romero the maestro of classical guitar, to contemporary jazz and rock with Tak Matsumoto of the Japanese supergroup, B’z. His music has been featured in film and television, including The Descendants, Soul Surfer, the TV series Hawai’i 5-O, and NHK (Japan), and his notable performance of a Hawaiian-language rendition of Prince’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” for the end credits of Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008).

Tia Carrere

International star and two-time Grammy winner Tia Carrere’s credits include Wayne’s World, True Lies, Rising Sun, and Lilo & Stitch. Tia has also starred in her own TV series Relic Hunter, and has appeared in Hawaii 5-0, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and AJ & the Queen. Most recently, she starred with Jo Koy and Tiffany Haddish in the 2022 release of Universal/Amblin feature film Easter Sunday. Tia went double platinum with the Wayne’s World soundtrack, while her Warner Bros. album Dream became an international success. Tia returned to her Hawai‘i roots with multi-Grammy award-winning producer/artist Daniel Ho, receiving two Grammy® Awards. Tia has performed on Hawaii 5-0 with Uncle George Kahumoku Jr and her music and vocals have been featured on shows such as Baywatch, Batman, Mask of the Phantasm, and Comedy Central’s Comedy Jam.


All tickets subject to tax and fees
Front Row VIP Pavilion Seating – $90

General Admission Pavilion Seating – $65
General Admission Lawn Seating – $45

Day of Show Pricing if Available
$75 GA Pavilion // $55 GA Lawn

More About VIP Seating Options

Front Row VIP Pavilion Seating is priced per seat. The front row seats will be sectioned off for VIP patrons and will be available to VIP ticket holders on a first come, first serve basis.

Show Details and Venue Rules

This is an all ages event. Patrons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

All Pavilion seats require a purchased ticket regardless of age. Children 5 and under are free on the lawn.

This is a General Admission show with different tiered seating areas. All seated areas are general admission with first come first serve seating.

No outside food or beverage permitted in the venue.

Beverage Concessions both Alcoholic and Non Alcoholic will be available throughout the show.

Food will be available for purchase on site. The Pavilion Kitchen is open with a full menu of hot meals and snacks. Vegan/ Vegetarian options will be available.

We will have some covered raised tables available around the perimeter of the lawned area.

Purchasing Lawn Tickets?? Bring your own seating! We encourage you to bring your own folding chairs for the lawn. Please note, folding chairs are not allowed to be set up inside the pavilion.

Drinking alcohol on property outside of designated areas including in our parking lots is not permitted and will be grounds for immediate removal from property. Please kokua.

This event is rain or shine. Please plan accordingly.

There will be a light bag search upon entrance.

Shirt and Shoes required for entrance.

No re-entry

Event Details:

Saturday, January 20th, 2024
5:30 pm – 10:30 pm
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For More Info:

Anaina Hou Community Park

Event Location:

Anaina Hou Porter Pavilion
5-2723 Kuhio Highway
Kilauea, 96754
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