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Bishop Museum is the premier place to experience the history, arts and culture of the Hawaiian people. We are recognized throughout the world for our scientific research, educational programs, and extensive collections which give voice to the stories of Hawai‘i and the broader Pacific.

The Museum is open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We are closed Tuesdays and December 25th.

Please note that the Bishop Museum's café is currently closed. You are welcome to bring your own lunch and beverages to the Museum (please, no alcoholic beverages). The Museum has large lawn spaces that are ideal for picnics, so bring a blanket. Please remember, food and beverages are not allowed in gallery spaces.

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1525 Bernice Street
Honolulu, HI
808.847.3511

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Dr. Sinoto.....and more

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Kau Ka Lā: Summer of Guitars Concert Series
Kamuela Kahoano

Saturday August 30
Noon to 1 p.m.
Included with Museum admission

Kamuela KahoanoKamuela hails from Honolulu, HI, but he frequents cities on the U.S. mainland (Mostly Nashville and Los Angeles), as well as in countries around the world (Australia and Japan) playing various gigs. Kamuela plays solo guitar and ukulele, and sings in Hawaiian, as well as in alternative/pop/electro/rock styles. In 2011, Kamuela won the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for best rock category for his CD "Stream Dreams." Kamuela has been featured playing ukulele and guitar on the International Golf Channel 4 times in the last 3 years. Kamuela holds a bachelors in Music composition from UH Manoa and is the youngest son of Hawaii Emcee/DJ Kimo Kahoano. His newest song "Ready Up" is currently up for release in the summer 2014.