Join us for Buy Back The Beach a celebration under the stars at Old Lāhainā Lū‘au and show your love for protecting Hawai‘i’s precious places! The evening will commence with an oceanfront cocktail reception followed by a family style farm-to-table feast accompanied with live entertainment.
The event brings together Hawai‘i’s top conservation advocates for an island-style pā‘ina under the Maui stars at the famous Old Lāhainā Lū‘au. Guests will be treated with ‘ono lū‘au fare, complimentary cocktails, live and silent auctions and live entertainment featuring the island styling of the incomparable John Cruz. This benefit provides much-needed operational support to ensure the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust continues its efforts to protect the lands that sustain us.
Our supporters have enabled HILT to deliver an incredible amount of conservation successes over the past couple of years. With your leadership level of support for our 2016 Buy Back the Beach “Mālama Kīpuka” benefit, we will deliver even more vital conservation successes in the coming year.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT! EVENT DETAILS Date: Saturday, January 23rd, 2016 Time: 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm Location: Old Lāhainā Lū‘au 1251 Front St., Lāhainā, HI
This year’s event features Grammy award winning artist John Cruz!
Born into one of the great musical families of Hawai‘i, John Cruz is a Grammy award winning artist as well as a multiple Hawaii Nā Hoku Hanohano award-winner.
John's musical accomplishments are many; he has performed for the President, is a favorite stage partner of Jack Johnson, was named Best Singer/Songwriter in Hawai‘i in 2008 by Hawaii Magazine and his album, "One Of These Days," and was noted as one of Hawai‘i's greatest albums of the new century by Honolulu Magazine.
Known for his soulful vocals, John is also a "Kī hō‘alu" (slack key) master and has distinguished himself with his unique acoustic style. John's hit songs include "Island Style," "Shine On" and "Sitting in Limbo".
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
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Please join us for our 15th Annual Buy Back the Beach: Mālama Kīpuka benefit at the Old Lāhainā Lū‘au!
The event is a benefit for Hawaiian Islands Land Trust, a statewide nationally accredited non-profit land conservation organization committed to protecting the lands that sustain us for current and future generations.