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Keep it Aloha Podcast Live

    Keep it Aloha Podcast Live
    Ft. McKenna Maduli With Special Surprise Guests

    The Keep it Aloha Podcast is a podcast hosted by Kamaka Dias talking stories with influential figures in Hawai'i and beyond about their lives and our culture. Join us as we get to know our guests a little deeper and talk about what keeping it aloha truly means live for the first time ever in front of an audience! 

    Tickets $25-$35



    • Seating is First Come, First Served
    • $10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person 
    • Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available
    • No refunds or exchange. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!


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    • Keep It Aloha Podcast

    • Kamaka Dias

      Kamaka Dias is a Native-Hawaiian from the Big Island of Hawai'i. He grew up in Hilo attending Hawaiian Language Immersion schools all of his life until moving to Kaiser High School on O'ahu his senior year. Before leaving to Madagascar to volunteer in the Peace Corps for three years, Kamaka attended the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa and graduated with a B.A. in Communications and a certificate in Spanish. After returning home from the Peace Corps in 2019, Kamaka started a campaign called The Race To 50k where he paid off $53,757 of student loans in one year. Currently he is the Director of Outreach for Hawaiiverse and the host of the Keep it Aloha Podcast.
    • McKenna Maduli

      After three years in San Francisco at Foothill College, McKenna Maduli moved to Los Angeles to pursue the Broadcast Entertainment program at UCLA Extension. This Roosevelt Highschool graduate excelled as an entertainment reporter for NBC’s Access Hollywood, MTV, VH1, and Billboard Magazine’s “Billboard Live.” McKenna moved back to Hawaiߵi in 2016 and joined KHON2 (FOX) as the Weekend Weather Anchor and morning news reporter on WakeUp2Day. Next, she moved on to Hawaii News Now, and in addition to being the creator and host for Talk Story, she carries the role of Native Hawaiian Content Development. “Talk Story with McKenna Maduli” celebrates all things entertainment and shines a light on the many talented people from the islands in music, fashion, art, hula, and Hawaiian culture. In its first season, McKenna garnered two Emmy® nominations, winning her first regional Emmy® Award in 2020 for Interview and Discussion Segment. In 2021 & 2022, McKenna received six Emmy® nominations for her work as a producer and host, furthering her goal to elevate Hawai'i television in the multiple roles she passionately carries.

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