E Ola Ka ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

E kala mai:
Due to weather conditions and safety of everyone we have posponed

Hoʻomau Oʻahu till tomorrow between 3:00pm and 7:00pm.

Gates and ticket sales open at 2:00pm.

Presale nā kikiki (tickets) may be purchased at Online



Hoʻomau Oʻahu Presents:


27th Annual ʻAha Mele Hoʻomau
Akua Hawaiʻi


Bishop Museum – Great Lawn
Saturday, February 14, 2015
5:00pm-9:00pm

Saturday, February 15, 2015
3:00pm-7:00pm

Open to the Public

(Gates and the Hoʻomau ticket booth open at 2pm)

Admission
PresaleAt the Door
General$10$14
Keiki (age 5-17)$5$7
Kupuna (age 65+)$5$7



E kala mai:
Due to weather conditions and safety of everyone we have posponed

Hoʻomau Oʻahu till tomorrow between 3:00pm and 7:00pm.

Gates and ticket sales open at 2:00pm.

Presale nā kikiki (tickets) may be purchased at Online




Pūnana Leo ʻO Honolulu
Pūnana Leo ʻO Waiʻanae
Pūnana Leo ʻO Koʻolauloa
Pūnana Leo ʻO Koʻolau Poko
Pūnana Leo ʻO Manoa
Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Waiau
Ka Papahana ʻO Maʻilikukahi
Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Nanakuli
Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Hauʻula
Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Ānuenue
Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Puʻohala
Ke Kula ʻO S.M. Kamakau
Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Kahuku

Tickets will be sold on a first come first serve bases and the venue has limited space.


The “Hoʻomau” concert was first produced in 1986 to support the first Hawaiian language Immersion school on Oʻahu, Pūnana Leo o Honolulu. Since then, Hawaiian Language immersion education has grown to include 4 more Pūnana Leo and 9 Kula Kaiapuni throughout Oʻahu. Because of the efforts of parents and teachers in producing this annual concert, our keiki have been able to benefit from more enhanced learning as well as the opportunity to continue their Hawaiian-medium education through graduation.

In the past, “Hoʻomau” has continued to serve as a financial support to all participating schools. Recently, it has grown to be a celebration of heritage. Here, students have a chance to reconnect with teachers and classmates from younger years as they present their song and dance. Families have a chance to understand the importance of their role in supporting these students. Visitors get a glimpse of what it means to not only be Hawaiian, but also to live it through the language and traditions of our kupuna.

This year marks the 32st year since the establishment of ‘Aha Pūnana Leo and 30 years since Pūnana Leo o Honolulu first opened. “Hoʻomau Oʻahu 2015” is a time where we share in the accomplishments of our keiki, ‘ohana, and kupuna of reviving the language of our Hawaiian people. The vision of our founders has become clear for all to see: E ola ka ‘ōlelo Hawaiʻi.


For Hoʻomau customer service please contact:
Ho'omau O'ahu
info@hoomauoahu.org


For more information about Bishop Museum:
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
1525 Bernice St
Honolulu, HI 96817
(808)847-3511

Pālule (T-shirts) are now onlyt available at the venue on the day of the concert.