Upcoming Events

Na Moku Eha: Mele o Kaua‘i

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NA MOKU ‘EHA  MUSIC SERIES 

Mele o Kaua‘i
March 17, 2018

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A concert laden with stories and lore, songs, hula, and chant, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
$100 for series of 4, $30 each in advance, or $35 at door. 


“Songs of Kaua‘i,” the first performance in the Na Moku ‘Eha Music Series series, presents the music of that island.

Our featured musicians all hail from Kauaʻi - Kekai Chock, Baron Kaholokula and Kapono Lopes. They’ll be singing songs about the Garden Isle and sharing stories under the stars!

Please check in at the reservations desk when you arrive. Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

We are delighted to confirm that parking for this event is available at Kawaiaha‘o Plaza, enter via Kaiwaiaha‘o Street.

If you brought a picnic, we ask that you stow your coolers before the performance—they are not allowed in the seating area for everyone’s safety and comfort.

Seating for the performance is provided.

Kindly be considerate of your fellow audience members—you are welcome to take pictures or record, but please do so from the sides of the seating area. 



To purchase tickets, please click here.

REFUND POLICY  All tickets purchased for events at Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives events are non-refundable. For outdoor events, the event may be held during a light rain; however, heavy rain or lightning may force us to hold up the performance for up to one half hour before canceling. If an event is canceled, we will make every effort to reschedule the event. If we are unable to reschedule the event or you are unable to attend a rescheduled event, reservations for a canceled event may be issued a “rain check” credit that can be used for any subsequent event during the present or next calendar year. To find out if a performance is being canceled due to weather, please check our website at msisionhosues.org, or call 447-3910.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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