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Brother Noland Benefit for Hāmākua Harvest
Brother Noland Benefit for Hāmākua Harvest

Fri, Feb 23


Honokaa Peopleʻs Theatre

Brother Noland Benefit for Hāmākua Harvest

Hawaiian and Jawaiian Music legend and author of the Hawaiian Survival Handbook in an intimate musical eve about stewarding and reading signs from the ʻĀina.

Time & Location

Feb 23, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Honokaa Peopleʻs Theatre, 45-3574 Mamane St, Honokaa, HI 96727, USA

About the Event


Join Brother Noland, celebrated Hawaiian and Jawaiian Music legend and Author of "The Hawaiian Survival Handbook" in an intimate musical eve about relating with and reading the signs of the land. From essential outdoor survival skills to like wayfinding and tracking, to kilo (observance) of the moon, stars and change of seasons and much more, see and feel the Big Island through eyes, ears and heart of itʻs most famous bush guide, outdoorsman and coconut cowboy in a benefit for Hāmākua Harvest Farmers Market and Demonstration Orchard. Connect with your fellow ʻāina minded folks and enthusiasts of food self sufficiency, cultural connection, local networking and boots on the ground can-do practical solutions for a vibrant and strong community in right relation to the natural world and each other. Lets celebrate whatʻs been accomplished so far and whatʻs to come at Hāmākua Harvest and our backyards, neighborhoods and local points of connection. A selection of Hāmākua Harvest Food vendors and more will be in the lobby to complement the show.

Brother Noland Bio

Born and raised in Kalihi-Palama on the  island of O'ahu, Brother Noland has filled the airwaves with original  compositions for nearly 40 years that have become local classics and  island treasures. He is often credited with the birth of “Jawaiian”  (fusion of Hawaiian, Reggae & Jazz) contemporary style music with  classics like COCONUT GIRL, PUA LANE, & BIG SHIP with his music  being featured in several movies, including "Pineapple Express" and  "Snakes in the Plane." He is an  impactful player and respected artist in Hawai'i's music scene. In 2014  he was honored by the State of Hawai'i for a "Lifetime Achievement in  Music." In 2019, he received the Hawai`i Academy of Recording Arts  (HARA) Nā Hōkū Hanohano Lifetime Achievement Award. Despite the  accolades, Brother Noland has never forgotten his roots and his  community. He serves as a mentor to Hawai’i’s youth, helping them to  define their choices and make a quality connection to the community  through music and how to care and be cared for by the ‘āina (land) and  the ocean. Noland has a deep connection to Hawai'i, preserving Hawaiian  customs, and indigenous knowledge and principles. Brother Noland  authored the "Hawaiian Survival Handbook," where he shares the outdoor  skills he has developed over a lifetime spent in Hawai'i's forests and  waters.

An  author, artist, philanthropist, mentor, musician, and family man,  Brother Noland continually inspires and infuses creativity and  innovation to pave new paths of music and humanity worldwide.

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