38th Annual Roy Sakuma Ukulele Festival Hawaii, July 27, Waikiki

Local ukulele legend Roy Sakuma and his sponsors are helping to keep the ukulele alive with the largest festival of its kind in the world, attracting audiences of thousands.

The free two-hour concert on July 27 showcases the finest ukulele players, along with national celebrities, Hawaii’s top entertainers, and a ukulele orchestra of more than 800 students, mostly children. The Waikiki festival benefits Ukulele Festival Hawaii, a charitable non-profit organization.

Visit www.roysakuma.net/ukulelefestival/index.htm or call 808-732-3739.

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