This is an Impromptu Open Mic.
We have located a location with a stage, a sound system, and plenty of seating.
There will be no food or drink at this location.
Please remember that our Kanikapilia is about Hawaiian music, and culture, so please tailor your song choices to that theme.
You can sing, play, do both, or dance the hula to any Hawaiian song you want.
In order to avoid duplicate songs, please notify Obed which number you’ll be entertaining us with.
In between our Kanikapila Ohana (Family) open mic performances, we’ll be doing a recap/review of the past twelve months, as well as, go over new, fun stuff for the following twelve months! Please don’t forget your ukuleles and Kanikapila Songbooks, even if you won’t be performing! Looking forward to a great, fun future with our Kanikapila Ohana!!! Mahalo and Aloha!!!
Kanikapila literally means“play music”and we’d like all you kanes and wahine to come join us, kick back, relax, be yourself and just have fun. We’ll take a look at a few Hawaiian words and phrases and the Hawaiian alphabet, and sing a few Hawaiian songs!
The Aloha Spirit is indeed alive and well in Texas!!!
Obed Donlin - Organizer
Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Time:6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: C. C. Young
4847 West Lawther Drive
@The Point (see map)
Dallas, TX 75214
Come join us and share the mana`o(meaning, idea) of the Ukulele through the eyes of all that is Hawaiian.
Note:This event is hosted by Obed Donlin. Please do not hesitate to forward any questions, comments, or concerns you may have about this meetup. Please contact him directly at [masked]or [masked].