OBHomes Presents FREE Kids Concert Featuring The Banana Slug String Band

Dated: 02/19/2018

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Banana Slug String Band LIVE in Concert

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Date: Saturday, February 24th, 2018 

          4 pm to 6 pm

Location: Ka’ohao School (formerly Lanikai Elementary)

                140 Alala Road, Kailua, HI 96734


Grab the kids and join us in welcoming the Banana Slugs back to Oahu. The Banana Slug String Band has been playing music for kids for over 30 years. they have played in 40 states, and 5 Countries, for almost 2 Million people. They have released 11 award winning CDs. Their music is used in School curriculums and classes around the World. They have played noted music festivals such as, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, and their home festival, Strawberry Music Festival, which they have played nearly 40 times! 

The songs are all original, and played in a variety of catchy musical styles…from Folk to Blues to reggae, Rock and Roll and Rap. The songs are educational, funny and deeply moving. Kids come away, inspired, and ready to learn more about the Earth.

***Please bring blankets, towels, beach chairs, as no seating will be provided. Outside food and drink are permitted, however NO ALCOHOL, NO PETS, and PLEASE NO PLASTIC DRINK BOTTLES or STYROFOAM!

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