Founded by order of King Kamehameha III in 1836, this band has remained a part of Hawaii's life throughout its evolution ... More
Royal Hawaiian Band
Founded by order of King Kamehameha III in 1836, this band has remained a part of Hawaii's life throughout its evolution from a monarchy to a territory to the 50th of the United States. It is the only full-time municipal band in the country. It travels extensively, performing at various locations the world over. It also performs at Iolani Palace on Friday at noon and every Sunday at 2pm at Queen Kapiolani Park. Call or check the Web site for information on other performances.
The biggest reason everyone gathers at this beachfront restaurant is the music and the patio sunsets. The sound is "Contemporary
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