Slack Key Generations: George Kahumoku Jr. and Keoki Kahumoku

with Ernie Kanoa and friends
Friday, February 24, 2012 - 8:00pm
7:00pm
$22.00
$25.00

Seated show

A long-time seasonal favorite at The Cedar, this winter's slack key guitar show features the father and son duo of George Kahumoku Jr. and Keoki Kahumoku. Lifelong proponents of Hawaiian music and culture, the pair have an engaging, relaxed manner guaranteed to bring classic Hawaiian warmth to even the chilliest February evening in MInnesota.

As one of the longstanding keepers of Hawaiian culture and music in MInnesota, it is a great pleasure to announce that Ernie Kanoa and friends will be performing in the lobby before the show.

Ticket options and info

  • On sale date: now
  • Phone: 612-338-2674 ext 2 ($2 fee per ticket)
  • In person: From a Cedar volunteer in the front lobby before and after shows (no fee), Depth of Field (no fee), or Electric Fetus (small fee)
  • Online: Ticketweb (fees apply) (click on red Buy Tickets button at top of this page)
  • All Cedar shows are all ages.
  • Students with ID may gain discounted admission for tickets at the door.

 

There’s a reason he’s been called Hawaii’s Renaissance man: George Kahumoku Jr. is a multiple Grammy Award & Hoku Award winning master slack key guitarist, songwriter, world-traveling performer, high school and college teacher, artist and sculptor,...
Keoki Kahumoku
Fifth generation slack-key guitarist Keoki Kahumoku began performing with his father, George Kahumoku, Jr., and his uncle, Moses Kahumoku, in 1990 at the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on the Big Island of Hawai‘i. In 1992, Keoki and his family moved to the Island of...

Major Funders

NEA logoThe McKnight FoundationTargetMinnesota State Arts BoardThis activity is funded, in part, by the Minnesota State Arts Board through the arts and cultural heritage fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the Legacy Amendment vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota