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“Nā Aliʻi: Tribute to Hawaiian Royalty”

The 29th Annual Songfest was held on March 7, 2019. The theme was "Nā Aliʻi: Tribute to Hawaiian Royalty." All songs were either about Hawaiian Royalty or written by Hawaiian Royalty.

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“Nā Aliʻi: Tribute to Hawaiian Royalty”

The Class of 2020, the Juniors, celebrate winning the Overall Song Award.

The Class of 2020, the Juniors, celebrate winning the Overall Song Award.

Kaiolohia Beaver

The Class of 2020, the Juniors, celebrate winning the Overall Song Award.

Kaiolohia Beaver

Kaiolohia Beaver

The Class of 2020, the Juniors, celebrate winning the Overall Song Award.

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The 29th Annual Nānākuli High and Intermediate School Songfest began with a mass singing of Hawaiʻi Ponoʻi led by Senior Song Leader Lahela Kaeo.

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Junior Song Leader Sierra Nahulu gets ready to pick a number to determine the order the classes would sing.

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Senior Song Leader Lahela Kaeo leads her class in their songs “Kaleleonālani” and “Wahine Holo Lio.” Kaeo also was the Song Leader award winner.

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The Sophomore class performs “Queen’s Jubilee.”

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The Junior Class performs “Hale Aliʻi O Waimaha” and “Ke Aloha A Ke Akua.”

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Paris Hauhio performs with the Ukulele class during the Hoʻike portion of the Songfest.

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Senior Don-Lyn Koyama dances with her senior classmates during the Hoʻike portion of the Songfest.

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The Junior Class celebrates winning the Overall Song award. This is the first win for the Class of 2020.

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The evening ended with a mass performance of Hawaiʻi Aloha and the Alma Mater.

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Troydon Marcos-Kea and Melech Savea pose with their Junior Class trophies. The Junior Class took home the Overall Song Award and the Arrangement Award.

 

 

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