Local Music

Revive The Live: Ekolu, Johnny Suite, Remedy Vibes

Local Spotlight: Revive The Live: Ekolu, Johnny Suite, Remedy Vibes

Doors At 7:00pm
Music starts 9:00pm

The Revive The Live Concert Series is making its way to the heart of Waikiki featuring some of Hawaii's top island & reggae artists. Hawaii's Finest, Coors Light & Island 98.5 present over three hours of amazing live music with Ekolu, Johnny Suite & Remedy Vibes. Doors at 7:00, music starts at 9:00.

MASTERS OF HAWAIIAN MUSIC Featuring George Kahumoku & Bobby Ingano

Local Spotlight: Masters of Hawaiian Music Ft. George Kahumoku & Bobby Ingano


GEORGE KAHUMOKU JR: Four-time Grammy-winner, master slack key guitarist George Kahumoku Jr., known as “Hawai‘i’s Renaissance Man”, is also a multiple Na Hōkū Hanohano (Hawaiian Grammy) Award winner. He is also a vocalist, storyteller, songwriter & author, world-traveling performer, as well as a teacher, artist and sculptor, farmer, and chef (traditional Hawaiian cuisine).
BOBBY IGANO: One of the most in-demand lap steel players in Hawaii, Bobby has played on a "who's who" list of prominent entertainer's albums, from Amy Gilliom, Cazimero Brothers, Willy K, Bill Kaiwa, Kekuhi Kanehele, Theresa Bright, Martin Pahinui to Ka'au Crater Boys, Palolo, Kapena, Valley Boys, several groups in Japan, and most recently BB Shawn.

Davell Crawford ft. Willie K

Local Spotlight: Davell Crawford With Special Guest Willie K


Davell Crawford, an all-around musical sensation, is one of the true wonders of the contemporary Crescent City music scene. Cited as one of the few musicians committed to keeping the piano sounds of New Orleans alive, he stands as one of the most versatile and most documented young piano players in America today. He has kept true to the music while adding a little freshness and vitality. “Davell is a cross between Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles, a male Billie Holiday,” – Jazz Foundation of America.

Jake Shimabukuro

Local Spotlight: Jake Shimabukuro


Jake Shimabukuro can still vividly remember the first time he held a ukulele, at age four. It was an encounter that would shape his destiny and give the world one of the most exceptional and innovative uke players in the history of the instrument—an artist who has drawn comparisons to musical titans such as Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis.