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May 31: Los Angeles

Aloha mai! – Our sincerest aloha to you!


Join us for a feel-good island evening featuring a collaboration of music and dance by multi-GRAMMY award winner Daniel Ho and world-renowned kumu hula, Keali`i Ceballos.


The program of all-original Hawaiian and English language songs will bring together Daniel’s thoughtful musicality, and beautiful vocals and hula by Keali`i and his award-winning halau, Keali`i O Nalani.


Daniel, Keali`i, and friends will make you feel at home with their Hawaiian style hospitality and warmest aloha.

Sponsored by Toyota Motor Sales.  Proceeds will support the `Ukulele Program at the JACCC

May 12 & 13: TOKYO

Imperial Hotel: Halekulani Fair at the Teikoku

May 19: Hollywood

Mon. May 19 @ 7PM

FREE - but please reserve your spot

JAM Sessions at the Ford

2580 Cahuenga Blvd, East
Hollywood, CA 90068

Whether you want to learn the graceful gestures of the hula, or play some island songs on your ukulele, six-time Grammy® Award winner Daniel Ho and beloved mother-daughter hula dancers Sylvia and Nani Edgar will lead the way. By the end of the night, both elements join in a true Island celebration.

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. JAM Sessions are participatory and centered around movement and music.

FREE! Call 323.461.3673

or click below to reserve your spot.

May 12, Monday at the Imperial Lounge Aqua

JPY 1,080 cover charge (plus one drink minimum order)

JPY 4,800 includes preferred seating with
buffet dinner plus one soft drink

19:30 (7:30) p.m. -- first set

20:30 (8:30)pm -- second set

May 13, Tuesday at the Imperial Hotel Lobby

15:30 (3:30) p.m. -- FREE short performance

June: Los Angeles

Sat. June 21 from 1 - 4 pm

Make Music Day: ‘Ukulele Mass Appeal

a grassroots celebration of music around the world

Riverside Dr. at Los Feliz near the Mulholland Fountain

FREE - ‘ukulele participation event

Ukulele Mass Appeals give players of all ages and skill levels, in 29 cities, a chance to strum and sing together on Make Music Day!

Along with other pieces, each Ukulele Mass Appeal will perform Daniel Ho's song “Pineapple Mango” through the generous efforts of Alfred Publishing and Making Music Magazine, who will provide music for all.

Daniel himself leads this ‘Ukulele Mass Appeal at Griffith Park!

Sat. June 28 from 10am - 4:15pm
L.A. Ukulele Expo

JACCC Campus

244 S. San Pedro St., Downtown L.A.

A entire day filled the hottest performers, teachers, films, and vendors from the ‘ukulele community. Workshops will be conducted by award-winning internationally acclaimed artists Daniel Ho, Abe Lagrimas Jr., Sarah Maisel, Steven Espaniola and more.

2,135 is the number of people L.A. needs to beat the current world record for Largest ‘Uke Ensemble held by Yokohama, Japan, and this portion of the day's event is FREE. Grab your ‘uke or purchase one at the Expo and bring a few friends! We'll begin our world record attempt at 10am, so make sure you come on time! 6-time GRAMMY award winner Daniel Ho will be leading the ensemble with Pineapple Mango.


July 1 - 11 : Australia

Photo: BUMS (Brisbane Ukulele Musicians Society)

Photo: Kamuke

Photo: Kamuke





Special thanks to

Photo: Kamuke

Daniel Ho and Hālau Kealiʻi O Nālani

Wed. Dec. 24 • 3 - 6 pm

doors open at 2:30 p.m. (the line forms much earlier)

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at The Music Center

135 N. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA  90012

FREE (first come, first seated)
and Broadcast LIVE on PBS SoCal &

PBS SoCaL Broadcast Encores:

December 24 from 9:00 PM to 12:00 AM

December 25 from 12:00 AM to 3:00 AM

December 25 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM

- Parking under The Music Center is free
- Entertainment on the plaza starts at Noon
- You may come and go throughout the show

December 24, 2014: Los Angeles

Lyneham (just outside Canberra), AUSTRALIA

Fri. Apr. 3 • 8:00 p.m. Marquee stage

Sat. Apr. 4 • 10:00 p.m. Budawang stage

Sun. Apr. 5 • 7:00 p.m. Budawang stage



Details To Be Announced

April: Australia, Singapore

April 18: L.A. ʻUkulele Expo in Los Angeles