Groups like Kolohe Kai, The Brother's Cazimero, and Anuhea lit up the stage at 449 Cooke Street in Kaka'ako Tuesday night.
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Imua Bash started as a way to promote the businesses and talents of alumni from Kamehameha Schools, but quickly transformed into something more.
"It started off as a way to promote local business. It kinda grew from there as an idea that my friend and I had kinda tossed around back and forth a couple of years back. It's really just developed into this animal where we've taken these small local businesses, connected them to the community and added that amazing energy that's here in Kaka'ako," said Keola Kaluhiokalani, Imua Bash LLC President.
And what's a gig without grinds?
The bash included food from Kiawe Pizza, Local Stop and more.