We will be up in Yokohama, Japan for the 2007 Yokohama Hawaii Festival, July 27-29. Along with Amy Hanaiali’i & Hula Dancers, we will be performing at various stages throughout the weekend. Here is our schedule for the event:
Friday, July 27: Land Mark Plaza Stage, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m
Saturday, July 28: Ohsambashi (Yokohama International Passenger Terminal) Hall, 11:30 – 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 28: Ohsambashi Roof Stage, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, July 29: Queens Square Stage, 11:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, July 29: Yokohama Bay Quarter, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.

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6 thoughts on “Yokohama Hawaii Festival

  1. Chako 13 years ago

    I could check your sckedule.
    I’m looking forward to see you!

  2. Sae 13 years ago

     
    Aloha!
    I had great time @ kapiolani park today!!!
    Im big fan of you since moonlight mele concert last year.
    I live in Tokyo.
    But Im staying in Honolulu now.
    until september,so I need your schdule!
    Im thinking everyday,
    how many days I can see you during I stay.
    Im looking forward to see you next time.
    And I can’t wait 2nd album!!!

  3. CHINATSU 13 years ago

    Aloha!

    I will go to “Yokohama Hawaii Festival”
    in July 29 with my friends.
    I’m looking forward to see you soon.

    Me ke aloha pumehana!

  4. Sarah 13 years ago

    Hi, I saw your band play today in Yokohama… it was wonderful! Completely brilliant! Thank you so much for such an enjoyable performance, I hope you’ll come to Japan again!

  5. CHINATSU 13 years ago

    Aloha!

    I enjoyed your stage at “Yokohama Hawaii Festival”.
    It was amazing and beautiful, so I became very happy.
    I will go to the Gordon biersch in August 15.
    I’m looking forward to see you again.

    Thank you very much.
    Mahalo!

  6. Sae 13 years ago

    Aloha!
    Thank you sooooo much for last night
    @ Gordon Biersch(^^)
    I want to say thank you to mum too.
    I was so happy to see you!!!
    My son shion and my mum too.
    You are awesome!!!
    I’ll follow you forever!
    See you soon!
    Mahalo Sae

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