Happy March everyone! As spring continues to rain here in beautiful Hawai’i, ManoaDNA is out performing with no regard for the weather!

We are happy to report that our radio show, Discover Aloha with ManoaDNA, is entering its third month of weekly broadcasts! It takes a lot of time and effort to plan and record these shows, but we are happy to do it because it allows us to connect with our fans, and teach people a little something about Hawai’i. If you are in Nagoya, Japan, please tune in every Sunday from 11:00-13:00 and enjoy!

As we gear up for a bombardment of new things coming from ManoaDNA, March is sparse as far as live events are concerned. New albums, Japan tour, radio shows, and practice have taken over our lives as we continue to move forward with our plans. We hope you understand and do come out and see us when you can.

26th: Fashion Night at Ala Moana For a second year, ManoaDNA will be teaming up with Ala Moana Center to host “Fashion Night Out.” Come down to Ala Moana and enjoy special sales, news and of course, music from ManoaDNA.

12th: Lu Lu’s Bar & Grille Live! Adding to their usual performance down at Lulus every Friday, Manoa DNA broadcasts select shows Live! over this website. Once a month, you can tune in via our website and enjoy ManoaDNA music from wherever you are! Click the Live! at the top for more
information.

12th: Lu Lu’s Bar & Grille Come down to the corner of Kalakaua and Kapahulu to see ManoaDNA perform live at their weekly haunt, Lulus. 6-9pm most Fridays, you never know what’s going to happen at their weekly performances!

6th, 13th & 20th: Kani Ka Pila at the Outrigger Reef Kani Ka Pila @ The Outrigger Reef Come down and see ManoaDNA under the stars in Waikiki. This outdoor venue is a perfect setting to relax and enjoy Manoa DNA!

7th, 14th, 21st & 28th: “Discover Aloha with ManoaDNA” Broadcasting from the Radio-i studios in Waikiki, Manoa DNA will be bringing a little piece of Hawai’i to Nagoya, Japan every Sunday! From 11:00a to 1:00p, we will be broadcasting music, interviews, and talking about what’s going on in Hawai’i and with Manoa DNA. For more information, click here.

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