Oahu, Hawaii Student Performance Tours

Student Visits to Pearl Harbor

waikiki-beachAloha! Welcome to Oahu…a tropical paradise full of opportunity and adventure for you and your students.

December 7th is a day forever etched in United States History. Through the performance of patriotic themed music on the USS Missouri or the USS Bowfin, we invite you and your students to pay respect to those who fought and those whose lives were forever altered by World War II.

Performances may also be arranged at local retirement centers, universities and high schools as well as at the Ala Moana shopping center.

3a4fa6ba7f41aaccbec4Spend the day exploring the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Wander through 42 acres of tropical splendor and enjoy the adventure of traditional hands-on activities. Dine like royalty at an authentic Polynesian luau and top it off with one of the most requested evening shows in the islands, Ha: Breath of Life.

Kuoloa Ranch (Jurassic World was filmed here)-The Kualoa Private Nature Reserve is legendary to ancient Hawaiians and to the Hollywood film industry, and is also a working cattle ranch and farm, preserved and managed by the sixth generation kama’aina family who consider themselves stewards of the land. Zipline through the jungle canopy, ride horseback through the valley, take a ride on an ATV through the ranch and enjoy delicious food products grown and harvested on the 4,000 acre preserve.kualoaranchhighschoolbandtriptohawaii

Still looking for more excitement? We’ve got it…A visit to the islands would not be complete without a hike on the trail up Diamond Head or a snorkeling excursion aboard one of Oahu’s favorite charters.

View A “Sample” Hawaiian Performing Group Trip Itinerary Here.

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii — To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the USS
Battleship Missouri Memorial together with Educational Discovery Tours and EMI Hawaii, proudly host a mass
band performance featuring student musicians from Japan and the United States of America.

December 7th is a day forever etched in the history and culture of both countries, and it is our ultimate goal
to pay respect, remember and never forget the tragedies of World War II.

The mission of this cultural exchange is to demonstrate in a truly remarkable manner, how cultures once
opposed can work together 75 years after the “Day of Infamy”. It is our hope that students will educate
each other by sharing cultural practices and present the world, “A Gift of Music” on December 7th, 2016.… Read More