Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s free Hawaiian Music Series welcomes Typical Hawaiians
LAHAINA – Lahaina Restoration Foundation is pleased to present Typical Hawaiians for this month’s Hawaiian Music Series concert on Thursday, Aug. 30, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Staged on the front lawn of the Baldwin Home Museum on the corner of Dickenson and Front streets, it’s an ideal spot to enjoy Hawaiian music.
The live music series is free. Limited folding chair seating is provided. Low back beach chairs, blankets and mats are welcome.
Typical Hawaiians has been on the Hawaii music scene since 1996.
Their debut album, “In a Positive Vibrations,” won the Na Hoku Hanohono Award for “Reggae Album of the Year” in 2000.
Their musical roots come from contemporary Hawaiian music and island reggae.
Typical Hawaiians exemplify living the aloha lifestyle in Hawaii Nei by expressing Hawaiian music through the cultivation of positive music genres and innovating today’s new Hawaiian sounds.
Collaborations include Notch/Born Jamericans, Peetah & Mojo Morgan, Tarrus Riley, Oshen, Chief Ragga, Marty Dread, Crucial & Ruff, Sonny Kapu, Eko & Red Eye, Kalei Kahalewai, Ali’i Kane, and many more artists to come.
Now in its tenth year, the Hawaii Tourism Authority and the County of Maui Office of Economic Development sponsor the series.