The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)

The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
 The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
 The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
 The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)
The Beauty of Aloha at City and County Summer Sounds (7.13.19)

Mahalo to the City and County of Honolulu and the office of Councilman Brandon Elefante for inviting the community to Blasidell Park Saturday evening, July 13, 2019 to enjoy a wonderful musical performance by the Royal Hawaiian Band as well as beautiful hula and guest singers.

The special community event is part of the City and County Summer Sounds series that is free to the public It was nice to be amongst residents and their ohana relaxing under the trees while enjoying the show. Excellent performances filled with Aloha throughout the one hour event that ran from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.

Mahalo!

Photos by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com