Maui Arts & Entertainment

Pacific Media Group and Hawaii News Now Present “Hale to Hale: A Concert for Hawaiʻi’s Healthcare Heroes”

April 24, 2020, 8:53 AM HST
* Updated April 24, 9:00 AM
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Pacific Media Group and Hawaii News Now present “Hale to Hale: A Concert for Hawaiʻi’s Healthcare Heroes,” on Monday, April 27, 2020.

The 90-minute program celebrates Hawaiʻi’s healthcare workers with never before seen recorded performances by local award-winning musicians, and messages from Lt. Governor Josh Green, Senator Mazie Hirono, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, and executives from Hawaiʻi’s healthcare industry.

The list of musicians scheduled to perform includes: Jake Shimabukuro, John Cruz, Makana, Sean Naʻauao, Kapena, Eli-Mac, Kuana Torres Kahele, Lehua Kalima & Shawn Pimental, Taimane, Tavana McMoore, Napua Greig and Kristian Lei.

“Hale to Hale” will air on April 27, 2020 at 9:30 p.m. on KFVE, May 3, 2020 at noon on KGMB (CBS), and May 10, 2020 at 3 p.m. on KHNL (NBC), and will also stream live on the websites of Pacific Media Group.

On-air personalities from Pacific Media Group and Hawaii News Now will host the program.

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All of the musicians are participating from their homes while observing social distancing guidelines, to provide entertainment relief and celebrate the heroism of Hawaiʻi’s healthcare workers during this pandemic.

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WHERE TO STREAM:

KPOA – kpoa.com
DaJam 98.3 – dajam983.com
ESPN Maui – espnmaui.com
HI92 – hi92maui.com
99.9 KISS FM – kissfmmaui.com

Kapa Radio – kaparadio.com
kBIG FM – kbigfm.com
The Beat – thebeathawaii.com

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102.7 Da Bomb – 1027dabomb.net
HI93 – hi93oahu.com
94.7 KUMU – kumu.com
ALT 105.9 – alt1059.com

KONG – kongradio.com
KUAI Country – kuaicountry.com
Shaka 103 – shaka103.com
HI95 – hi95kauai.com

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