Your support at the Gala helps Ukulele Festival Hawaii keep the ukulele festivals free for
the enjoyment of the public, promote the ukulele as an instrument of virtuosity, provide
college scholarships, help shape young lives through motivational talks and provide ukulele
instruments to those in need.
Mahalo for helping Ukulele Festival Hawaii continue its mission of
spreading aloha by bringing laughter, love and hope to children and adults throughout
Hawaii and the world through the music of the ukulele.
Danny Kaleikini has supported Ukulele Festival Hawaii as Master of Ceremonies since 1973.
The spirit of aloha and the love of Hawaii is held dearly within Danny Kaleikini, also known
as “Kaniela”. His long-standing residency as the Kahala Hilton ran for 30 years.
Through his generous spirit, Danny continues to contribute goodwill, inspiration and beauty
to our culture.
Kamaka Hawaii's 100th Anniversary and four generations of the Kamaka Ohana are honored
and recognized by Ukulele Festival Hawaii for their 100 years of world-class craftmanship.
Ukulele Festival Hawaii is grateful for Kamaka Ukulele's support and encouragement which
has been an integral part of Ukulele Festival Hawaii's history.