Pure Aloha Community Development Corporation and Vizzun Entertainment feature evening concerts for Free with your paid festival admission. This Fall 2018 will feature different artist every evening of the three-day event.

Pure Aloha Concerts
October 5th – 7th, 2018
Silverton Casino
3333 Blue Diamond Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89139

The Pure Aloha concerts are how this entire event began. It all started when Shawn Santana, the owner, had envision staying rooted to the Polynesian culture although he was living over 2,000 miles away from home. The Semi Annual Pure Aloha Concerts have been known to star the greatest Island Reggae Artists.

Artist Bios


Hailing from the Island of Maui, you will find the sweet sounds of “Ekolu.” The band started their musical journey in 1994 with Lukela Keala, Akoni Dellomes & Makapu Hoopii. You may have heard of their first hit in 1999 “Down in the Valley” which made its way across Hawaii radio and over to the East Coast. But the achievements don’t stop there. Ekolu music had just been honored the 2018 Na Hoku Hanohano Single of the year for their hit, “We are Hawai’is Finest”.


All the way from Orlando, Florida; Leilani Wolfgramm is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist with Tongan Roots. Her latest album, Live Wire, was just released earlier this year. Leilani is known for her strong vocals and her meaningful lyrics. A few of her hit songs are Sunshine, Sinner, Empty, and Herbivore.


Hawaii’s very own, Kimie Miner, is a self-taught songwriter and guitarist since the age of
14 years old. Kimie recently was awarded not only Na Hoku Hanohano 2018 “Song of the year” for her hit “Bamboo”, but she had also took home the award for Female Vocalist of the year. Her music embodies a loose, down-to-earth feel with lyrics that transcend ethnicity, gender, age, and musical genre. She is best known for her ability to intertwine acoustic soul, reggae, and Hawaiian with a touch of R&B and funk.


Talented singer and songwriter Spawnbreezie grew up with a love for music with the influence of his father. He was so moved by his father, whether he was watching him rehearse in the garage or perform on stage, Spawnbreezie took it upon himself to learn how to play drums and the piano before grade school. At the age of 16 he learned to play the guitar and acquired the skills of a bassist. At 17, he made a commitment to his love and talent to pursue a career in music. Spawnbreezie managed to create a new kind of sound with a blend of island music, roots reggae, R&B, and hip hop.

Typical Hawaiians
Chief Ragga


Past Concerts