Upcoming Events and Performances

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5th Annual Pancake Breakfast!
Washington Middle Cafeteria  (1633 South King Street)
Sunday, March 18, 2018
8:30–11:30am (service till 11am)

Join us for pancakes with lots of butter and syrup!
Come and enjoy our hālau, silent auction, crafts and bake sale!

$10 donation


Past Events and Performances


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HULIAU 2015... What's in your hula closet?

Saturday, October 17th, 2105, 7pm
Hawai‘i Theatre Center
1130 Bethel Street
808.528.0506

Pre-sale tickets hālau voucher is $25. 
Please contact us for more information.


  Due to the uncertainty of Tropical Storm/Hurricane Ana we have decided to move our HULIAU 2014 Show from October 18 to Sunday, October 26 at 4PM. All ticket holdings will be accepted on the new day. We are sorry for any inconvenience this change may have caused.

Due to the uncertainty of Tropical Storm/Hurricane Ana we have decided to move our HULIAU 2014 Show from October 18 to Sunday, October 26 at 4PM. All ticket holdings will be accepted on the new day. We are sorry for any inconvenience this change may have caused.





 ART OF HULA - Saturday, August 13  KAMUELA, HAWAI‘I - Hālau Hula Ka No`eau will present the ART OF HULA at the Kahilu Theatre, in Waimea, August 13 at 2:00 PM. The hula school, under the direction of Michael Pili Pang is celebrating 25 years of hula. The concert is the culmination of their celebration and a homecoming for many of the dancers.  The ART OF HULA concert will showcase the creative works of Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang. “The concert is a celebration of dance” says Pang. “We want to celebrate our traditions, our accomplishments, and the family we have become over the past twenty-five years.”  Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang founded Hālau Hula Ka No`eau in 1986. Today, there are two schools: one in Waimea and one in Honolulu; with graduate kumu hula from the hālau teaching classes in Waimea, Honoka‘a, Hilo, Kona, Waikoloa, and at Chicago, Illinois.  The goals of Hālau Hula Ka No`eau has been to promote and sustain the inherent cultural and artistic values of Hawaiian dance. To further this goal a performing company was formed and concerts, workshops and lectures on hula were created. Since 1994, they have performed throughout North America, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.

ART OF HULA - Saturday, August 13

KAMUELA, HAWAI‘I - Hālau Hula Ka No`eau will present the ART OF HULA at the Kahilu Theatre, in Waimea, August 13 at 2:00 PM. The hula school, under the direction of Michael Pili Pang is celebrating 25 years of hula. The concert is the culmination of their celebration and a homecoming for many of the dancers.

The ART OF HULA concert will showcase the creative works of Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang. “The concert is a celebration of dance” says Pang. “We want to celebrate our traditions, our accomplishments, and the family we have become over the past twenty-five years.”

Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang founded Hālau Hula Ka No`eau in 1986. Today, there are two schools: one in Waimea and one in Honolulu; with graduate kumu hula from the hālau teaching classes in Waimea, Honoka‘a, Hilo, Kona, Waikoloa, and at Chicago, Illinois.

The goals of Hālau Hula Ka No`eau has been to promote and sustain the inherent cultural and artistic values of Hawaiian dance. To further this goal a performing company was formed and concerts, workshops and lectures on hula were created. Since 1994, they have performed throughout North America, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.