Seattle Slack Key Festival
Event Press Release for Seattle Slack Key Festival November 10, 2019
The 11th Annual Seattle Slack Key Festival is produced by the Naalehu Theatre and is sponsored by Outrigger Resorts. The festival includes a full day of entertainment and features many of Hawai'i's Master Musicians including: Jerry Santos, Kamuela Kimokeo, John Keawe, Jeff Peterson, Kunia Galdeira, Sonny Lim, Patrick Landeza, and more. Emcees Braddah Gomes along with Hula Halau Pulamahiaikelikolehua add to this fantastic line-up. We'll also enjoy Hawai'i's tropical flowers and prize drawings.
More information available at: seattleslackkeyfestival.com
The 2019 show is being held at: Highline Performing Arts Center November 10th, from 1:00 to 6:00pm. Doors open at 12:00pm. Seating at 12:30pm
Highline Performing Arts Center is located at: 401 S 152nd Street 98148 in Burien, WA
Phone: 206-631-6795 Directions Link: http://www.highlinepac.org/directions
General admission tickets are $29, $39 and $59.
VIP admission tickets are $140. Enjoy the front center section best seats in the house for the performance PLUS an exclusive VIP Reception includes Meet the Artists, Heavy Pupu, Entertainment, t-shirt and more.
NOTE: VENUE TO BE DETERMANED: VIP Meet the Artists Reception is held on
Saturday, November 9th, at 6:00pm to 9:00pm.
This VIP event has been reopened for a limited number of seats due to demand so get your tickets early! When you purchase VIP tickets, your name will automatically be added to the guest list.
Learn to play Slack Key and Ukulele /Please contact Chelle Pahinui to register
Workshops in Slack Key, Steel Guitar, and Ukulele on November 9, 2019 beginning at 10:00-12:00am and 12:30-2:00pm. for $40 per session
Nana ka maka; ho'olohe ka pepeiao -watch with the eyes, and listen with the ears. Thus, one learns. This traditional method provides the perfect instruction to this rich tradition. Students of all levels will be guided through simple exercises and solos to create the slack key sound.
Slack key can be played on any guitar, acoustic or electric. The term refers to both the musical style and the myriad ways the instrument is tuned. Instructors teach several traditional tunings. In addition, you'll learn the use of vibrato, harmonics, slurs, harmonies in thirds and sixths, legato playing and other musical ideas that have helped create a distinctive guitar sound. This lush finger-picking style will add new sounds and flavors to your entire repertoire.
Participation is limited. Students must bring their own guitar or ukulele.
Questions? Email Chelle at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 808-896-1911.
More info and tickets at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4278163