Pō & the 4Fathers

Tickets available now for this special concert event!

Saturday, January 27th @ 7:00pm
Doors, Box Office & concessions open at 6:00pm

Live Concert Event

Tickets are available now:
$25 General Admission
$35 Priority Orchestra
All tickets $5 more on Day of Show
Assigned seating, patrons choose their seats at time of ticket purchase. All ticket sales are final, tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable

The Palace Theater is proud to present Pō & the 4Fathers live in concert, with special guest Kainani Kahaunaele opening the show.

Pō & the 4Fathers is a unique musical experience that delivers a lyrical message that is powerful and clear with a modern Kanaka Maoli perspective. The band is deeply rooted in Hawaiian culture, Polynesian rhythms, and indigenous sounds, as well as the music that has moved generations like reggae, soul, blues, funk, and hip hop. They write songs of joy, hardship, pain and triumph, learned from shared experiences from the time of Pō to the present, and into the future.

Pō & the 4Fathers are:
Kawai Hoe – Vocals, Ukulele, Guitars

Kiliona Young – Vocals, Guitar

Roman Corpuz – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Kalei Young – Drums, Vocals
August Lopaka Colon Jr. – Percussion
Kalei Yamanoha – Lap Steel, Guitar, Accordion, Trombone
Jordan Lopez – Keyboard, Trumpet
Adam Zopel – Bass

Kainani Kahaunaele
Kainani Kahaunaele is a mele (Hawaiian song) enthusiast, singer, songwriter, teacher, and musician. She was born and raised in Anahola, Kauaʻi and has lived in Hilo, Hawaiʻi for 27 years as an advocate for Hawaiian language revitalization and the perpetuation of Hawaiian music through education and performance.

Kainani’s proficiency in haku mele attracted many renown artists such as Weldon Kekauoha, Aaron Salā, Nā Leo, Lehua Kalima & Shawn Pimental, and Kapono Nāʻiliʻili to record her original mele while numerous hālau hula have danced her songs in Hawaiʻi and around the world. She has also recorded with many artists from Hawaiʻi including Kealiʻi Reichel, Kaumakaʻiwa Kanakaʻole, Kekuhi Kanahele, Manu Boyd, Shilo Pā, Moemoeā, and with her former band Kahikina. Also known for her warm dynamic vocal abilities, Kainani’s charming voice amplifies the imagery of the songs, enabling delightful encounters with the poetry she delivers.