Four Seasons Lanai to Host Ukulele Festival

Ears up, music fans! The Four Seasons Resorts Lanai has announced the second annual Lanai Ukulele Festival, which will run from April 13-15. Throughout the three-day free event, guests can listen to complimentary performances by popular ukulele performers, including Grammy winners Richard Ho`opi`i and Kawika Kahiapo, Byron Yasui, CJ “Boom” Helekahi, Benny Uyetake, Hula Honeys, Lanai Kupuna Ukulele Group and Kalama School Ukulele Band, plus Hawaiian language and ukulele workshops with Kaliko Beamer Trapp.
 
Manele Bay - Friday, April 13; 6 – 9 pm. Ukulele music under the stars with special performances by Richard Ho`opi`i, Kawaika Kahiapo, Byron Yasui, CJ “Boom” Helekahi, Hula Honeys, and Benny Uyetake.
 
Coffee Works - Saturday, April 14; 9 – 11 am. A morning of harmonious music with Benny Uyetake.

Café 565 - Saturday, April 14; 11 am – 1 pm. Live music in Lanai City during lunch with CJ “Boom” Helekahi.
 
The Lodge at Koele – Saturday, April 14; 4 – 8 pm. The Great Hall will host a line-up including ukulele falsetto legend Richard Ho`opi`i, Kawika Kahiapo, Byron Yasui, CJ “Boom” Helekahi, Benny Uyetake, Hula Honeys, Lāna‘i Kapuna Ukulele Group, and Kalama School Ukulele Band. In addition to the music, there will be Hawaiian language and ukulele workshops with Kaliko Beamer Trapp.
 
Blue Ginger Cafe – Sunday, April 15; 9 – 11:30 am. The day begins with a morning jam session featuring Benny Uyetake.
 
The Lodge at Koele – Sunday, April 15; 10 am – 12 pm. Have Sunday brunch at The Terrace and listen to music by Kawika Kahiapo.
 
The Lodge at Koele – Sunday, April 15; 7 – 9 pm. The festival concludes with an evening jam session in Great Hall with Byron Yasui.

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