This category is Music. Here you will find articles and posts highlighting places you may go to listen to music. If you enjoy Hawaiian music we have information about where you may amerce yourself in the music culture.
Kauai Plantation Days - held on Kauai's south shore every year in July. The many ethnic groups that came to Hawaii to work on sugar plantations, and the Hawaiians who welcomed them, are celebrated through music, dance, costumes, and food throughout this ten-day festival. Koloa Plantation Days July 20th - 29th 2018 Held in the area where Hawaii’s first sugar plantation was founded in 1835, Koloa Plantation Days comprises a lively, family-oriented slate of events that showcase the area’s social history, its natural history, and its diverse cultural traditions. Most events are outdoors and free of charge. The Plantation Days also celebrates the immigrants who came from Philippines, Europe, the Azores, Japan, Korea, China, and elsewhere who contributed traditions, music, dances, and foods. along with the Hawaiian culture, traditions, crafts, and music which are the foundation of this island, and various events will remind us and teach us about this culture and history.