The Green to be featured during second concert in Maui Ola benefit series

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As a collective effort, the Maui Ola concert invites other media outlets to support this live broadcast fundraiser. (Photo courtesy: Maui Ola: A Benefit Concert for Maui)

After raising over $1 million for Maui aid, Maui Ola: A Benefit Concert for Maui, which took place on Aug. 20, demonstrated the substantial fundraising power of Hawaiʻi’s creative industry.

Since then, a number of local concert producers have expressed interest in maintaining the momentum of Maui Ola by producing a series of benefit concerts– with all proceeds donated to benefit those affected by the fires on Maui.

The Green will perform live at the Tom Moffatt Waikīkī Shell on September 3. (File photo)

The second Maui Ola concert will feature a local favorite band, The Green, who will perform live on Sept. 3, at the Tom Moffatt Waikīkī Shell. The band will offer free live streaming of their performance on from 8 to 10 p.m.


As a collective effort, this Maui Ola concert invites other media outlets to support this live broadcast fundraiser. For a full list of Maui Ola media partners, visit

“We now know that Maui relief efforts will span years, with billions of dollars needed to restore Lāhainā’s community and ʻāina,” said Zachary Lum, co-producer and executive director of Kāhuli Leo Leʻa. “The Maui Ola benefit concert on Aug. 20 was merely a kick-off to something much larger and long-standing. We hope to continue the momentum of Maui Ola and what it represents: the undeniable contribution of Hawaiʻi’s creative industry toward restoring livelihood on Maui.”

Ikaika Antone, member of The Green, said, “We all know someone who has been affected by the wildfires on Maui. As a band, we felt the need to do what we can to give back to those who have lost so much. In partnering with Maui Ola, we hope to add to the millions of dollars already raised. We do this with much aloha in our hearts.”


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