Halau Hula Ka Lei Mokihana I Ka Ua Noe

"The lei mokihana in the misty rain"

Upcoming Events

Past Events

Seattle's Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival

Friday, Sept 11 - Sunday, Sept 13

Everything will be hosted online at http://www.seattlelivealohafestival.com/

Our performance time and date TBD

Join us for

Open Enrollment!

February and March

Check out our classes page

Note 3/14 and 3/15 classes have been cancelled

Polynesian Holiday Bazaar

December 7, 2019

Performing at 1pm

We will also have a booth selling hula items and crafted gifts!

Join us for

Open Enrollment

throughout November!

Intermediate/Advanced dancers 13+

Competing at the

Na Pua Hula Festival

October 25 & 26, 2019

Our Kaikamahine will be competing in the group divisions as well as the Kaikamahine Soloist and Oli Divisions.

Come support the halau and take a trip to California!

Kaikamahine Soloist - Gabi Dollente

Oli Soloist - Kanahele Soliman

Keiki Division Group Kaikamāhine - Gabi Dollente, Kenese Utu, Leila Richstad, Malia Collier, Dia Koslosky

Live Aloha Festival
Sunday, September 8

Performing at 12:00PM

Renton Uwajimaya Polynesian Festival

August 17, 2019

Performing at 2:00PM

Aha Mele Hawaiian Festival

April 13, 2019

Performing at 12:50PM - 1:20PM

Join us at Tacoma Dome Exhibition Hall on February 9th at 1:10-1:30pm.


December 21, 2018

Entertaining the night away at the Canlis Midnight Hawaii New Year's Eve Party

Polynesian Holiday Bazaar

December 22, 2018

Please join us while we perform a medley of Hawaiian and Holiday songs.

2 Scoops of Aloha on Saturday, October 13, 2018

Halau Hula Ka Lei Mokihana I Ka Ua Noe

hits the stage at 4:00 pm

Join Halau Hula Ka Lei Mokihana I Ka Ua Noe for a

Lei Exhibition and Show

Saturday 29, 2018

Lei Exhibition at 10:30 am

Show at 4:00 pm



Sunday, September 9th

Halau Hula Ka Lei Mokihana I Ka Ua Noe 

hits the stage at 3:15 pm 


Halau Hula Ka Lei Mokihana I Ka Ua Noe

will be performing at this years 

Polynesian Festival at Renton Uwajimaya.

Sunday, August 19, 2018

at 2:00 pm

Ola Ke Kalo I Ka 'Oha
"The taro lives in it's offspring"

The taro is the root of our people. It is what sustains our life. Each part of the taro has it's use and purpose.

Hula enables us to bring these stories of our kupuna to life.

A hula showcase featuring the dancers of Halau Hula Ka Lei Mokihana I Ka Ua Noe. A hula performance dedicated to the Kumu Hula of the past and the present that have helped mold our halau into who we are today. Some of these mentors are here today and others have passed. This is how our halau pays respect to the legacy of these important Kumu in our lives.

Musical Artist, 1990 Miss Aloha Hula, 6 time Na Hoku Hanohano award winning artist, and 2016 Grammy nominee "La La La La"
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS AT:   olakekalo.brownpapertickets.com
Join us for a afternoon of hula, music, pupu's and vendors!

Pacific Islander Festival of the Arts

Honored to have been able to share our hula and tahitian with ASUW

Bridge of Aloha Festival

Enjoyed our first time participating in this festival!

Kitsap County 1st Annual Pacific Islander Festival

August 27, 2016

Renton Uwajimaya Polynesian Festival

August 21, 2016