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Don't Miss the Sixth Annual Ukulele Picnic in Hawaii Sunday May 25th

KAKAAKO, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

There is going to be a lot of strumming this weekend at the sixth annual ukulele picnic happening Sunday, May 25th at Kaka'ako Waterfront park.

The event will feature some of the most well-known ukulele players from Hawaii, Japan, and all over the world as they make beautiful music along Oahu's south shore until sunset. 

Guests can enjoy a variety of booths featuring Hawaiian crafts, food, activities for the kids, and a luxury ukulele raffle.

Admission to the Ukulele Picnic is open to the public and free of charge, and all funds raised from the event will benefit the Ukulele Museum. 

Complimentary shuttle busses between Waikiki and Kakaako Waterfront Park will also be available.

Dan spoke with spokesperson Jody Kamisato from Ukulele Picnic Hawaii, who is also an ukulele instructor and showed Grace and Howard some tips.

For more information, click HERE

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