Maui Arts & Entertainment

Moonlight Mele CD Release Party on Saturday

September 9, 2015, 9:16 AM HST
* Updated September 11, 1:46 AM
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george kahumokuBy Maui Now Staff

This month’s Moonlight Mele concert with George Kahumoku Jr. & Friends on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, from 5 to 8 p.m., will celebrate the release of the Kickstarter-funded CD that was recorded live at the Bailey House Museum.

Food, beer, wine and awa will be available for purchase. The event will also include keiki activities and free museum tours.

Admission is $5; children under 12 and museum members are admitted at no charge.

“We want to support local musicians and provide authentic, safe and comfortable family entertainment for our Maui community,” said Executive Director Sissy Lake-Farm. “Uncle George provides great support and encouragement to up-and-coming local musicians, especially those at the college.”


Kahumoku and local musicians Ed Gazbat, Tom Pollard, Eric Dotterer and Joel Katz, will perform along with students from the UH Maui College Institute of Hawaiian Music.


Moonlight Mele with George Kahumoku and Friends is a monthly outdoor concert series at the Bailey House Museum, sponsored by the Maui Historical Society and the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority. The series aims to be a vehicle to promote Hawaiian cultural practices and reinvigorate community ownership of Wailuku Town. The Bailey House Museum is operated by the Maui Historical Society, a 501(c)3 nonprofit incorporated in 1956.

Bailey House Museum, open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday, is located at 2375-A Main St. in Wailuku.

For more information, go online.

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