The historic Lanai Theatre is a cultural landmark on Lanai, dating back to the 1930s.
Hawaii is home to a number of renowned music institutions in several fields.
The Honolulu Symphony Orchestra is an important part of the state's musical history, and is the oldest orchestra in the United States west of the Rocky Mountains, founded in 1900.
Numerous businesses have been created supporting the special musical styles and instruments suited to the Hawaiian musical tradition.
It is unique outdoor theater located in Kapiolani Park.
This venue seats 2,400 persons, with the capacity to hold up to 6,000 more on the lawn area.
In addition, the music which began to be played by Puerto Ricans in Hawaii in the early 1900s is called cachi cachi music, on the islands of Hawaii.
Music of Hawaiian people is largely religious in nature, and includes chanting and dance music.
Other venues for Hawaiian music on Oahu include the Waikiki Shell an establishment used primarily for concerts and entertainment purposes.
Over the years many local, as well as international artists have graced the stage there.
The Guitar and Lute Workshop was an early manufacturer and proponent of specialty slack-key guitars in the early 1970s, and the Kamaka Ukulele company was established as key manufacturer of ukuleles for Hawaiian musical acts.
Hawaiian folk music includes several varieties of chanting (mele) and music meant for highly ritualized dance (hula).
April's Aloha Week is a popular tourist attraction, as is the Moloka'i Music Festival held around Labor Day.