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The three members of Na Leo
Na Leo in concert May 8 at Palikū Theatre

Na Hōkū Hanohano Award-winning Na Leo Pilimehana will perform in a concert at Windward Community College’s Palikū Theatre on Wednesday, May 8 at 7 p.m. The concert celebrates the female group’s 40th anniversary together and will also include music by Windward CC Assistant Professor of Music Kamuela Kimokeo and his 14 year-old son Kaʻihi. Proceeds will go to the Kanileʻa ʻUkulele Hawaiian Music Scholarship supporting music students at Windward CC.

Black and white image of Na Leo recording in 1984
Na Leo Pilimehana, 1984

“Na Leo celebrating 40 years of music at WCC is going to be fantastic! We will have multiple generations coming together on stage to ensure that future generations have the opportunity to learn, perform, and create Hawaiian music because of this scholarship!” said Kimokeo.

In 1984, Na Leo won the Brown Bags to Stardom contest with the song “Local Boys,” which launched the group’s career. Nalani Jenkins, Lehua Kalima and Angela Morales have written, recorded and performed more than 20 #1 hits and received 23 Na Hōkū Hanohano Awards with songs like “I Miss You My Hawaiʻi” and “Flying with Angels.” They are the biggest selling female Hawaiian band in the world, and continue to perform to sold out crowds in Japan, Hawaiʻi, and the U.S. continent.

Tickets are available via Eventbrite.

  • $15 Students
  • $30 General
  • $75 VIP (priority seating, backstage meet and greet the artists before show, signed poster)
  • $25 Online streaming (link will be emailed one hour before showtime)

For more information about music classes, and certificates in Hawaiian and general music, contact Kimokeo at or visit

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