Serenaders Father’s Day Concert in Kula

The Hawaiian Serenaders present a special Father’s Day Concert on June 17 at 10 a.m. at Kula Hospital on Maui.

“You made my day. I’m coming early to your Father’s Day Concert so I can sit up front,” commented a Kula Hospital resident after our Mother’s Day Concert.

The Hawaiian Serenaders, comprised of the husband-wife duo of Rich Tom and Mele Fong on ukulele, u-bass, and vocals, present a special Father’s Day Concert on Sunday, June 17 at 10 a.m. at Kula Hospital in upcountry Maui.  The program includes a variety of fun, upbeat songs familiar to the audience to increase their enjoyment of the music. For example, we will perform a few Japanese, Filipino, Hawaiian, and hapa haole songs popular in Hawaii as well as songs from the 1920s to encourage people have fun singing-along to the nostalgic tunes.

The last time we performed at Kula Hospital was on Mother’s Day this year when we were received warmly by the patients, their families, and hospital staff. One of the nurses came up to us afterwards and requested that we sing a couple of songs she knows the hula to so she can dance to those songs at our Father’s Day concert. Read more about our Mother’s Day concert here.

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Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele