Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival at Windward Mall

Pink Star   2022 Festival - June 11, 2022, 11:30 AM - 4 PM

E Komo Mai Windward O‘ahu!

The 2022 Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival at Windward Mall will be held on Saturday, June 11, 2022 at Kane‘ohe's Windward Mall. This festival will begin at 11:30 A.M. and feature seven favorite steel guitar masters from O‘ahu singing and playing Hawai‘i's favorite Hawaiian music.

 The festival will be livestreamed on the Hawaiian Steel Guitar Showcase's Facebook page and YouTube Channel as a part of the Showcase's festival presentations.

COVID-19 Protocols for the Windward Mall

Windward Mall is committed to doing everything it can to protect the community's health, safety and well-being. Masks are no longer mandatory and are now optional within the Center. However, Windward Mall encourages its community to do what makes them feel safe and to please respect everyone else's decision to do the same. Being around other people in public poses a risk of exposure to COVID-19. By visiting Windward Mall, you voluntarily assume that risk.

Windward Mall plays a key role in its community and continues to be in compliance with state and county authorities. The health and safety of Windward Mall's customers, employees and community remain a top priority. The Center will continue to take extra precautions, including:

  • Higher frequency of cleaning and disinfecting the Center;
  • Making hand sanitizers available throughout the Center; and
  • Reminding visitors of the importance of personal hygiene.

For more information, please visit us at www.windwardmall.com or follow @WindwardMall on Facebook or Instagram for the latest updates.

This festival will be presented free to the public by Hawaii Institute for Music Enrichment and Learning Experiences (HIMELE) and the Windward Mall. Funding for the festival and livestream broadcast is provided by Hawai‘i Tourism Authority through the Kūkulu Ola Program, administered by the Hawai‘i Community Foundation. The festival and livestream broadcast are also supported in part by the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA), through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawai‘i or grants from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).