Ready for the Roads!! Hawaii Bicycle Music Campaign Up

Its official. 

The crew for the 2014 Make Hawaii More Bike-able Campaign is complete and the Indiegogo Campaign is up and running. You can read below about the our intentions for creating this initiative and hear samples of the music that will be brought to celebrate in the bike festivities around Oahu. These 4 musicians will be both sharing individually and collaborating in shows around Oahu’s perimeter. Click on performer’s names below to visit their websites, and listen to some music samples to the right of each name.

Justin Ancheta –  Listen to Better Predicament

Diana Gameros – Listen to Ligerita

Maren Metke – Listen to Reaching

Heather Normandale – Listen to Mother Sorsene

 

Schedule

Dec 6 – 11am-3pm – Thomas Square in Honolulu with HBL and Mayor Kirk Caldwell

Dec 8 – Waipahu High School

Dec 10 – Kailua Beach Park

Dec 12 – Waikiki Beach

This Bicycle Music Tour around Oahu is primarily to encourage more people to bike on the island. Check out the campaign page for more details about whats happening now on Oahu roadways, but its not much biking and its really effecting life on the island for everyone (major traffic jams, hovering smog, more cars than people!). As you will note in the campaign, the entire project is self funded, we are doing it regardless, but your support GREATLY helps us make our efforts go further and really make a difference (for example, getting better promotion, outreach, reaching more people and increasing the possibility of returning with an annual bicycle event every year). We are working with the Hawaii Bike League on music events that aim at influencing the transportation habits of Honolulu to become a little more bike friendly. In time, and with continued efforts to make Bicycle Music events a yearly celebration, we hope that Honolulu will gradually get more bike lanes and bike culture. Even the smallest contribution to our campaign means so much to us!! Your change can help make change!! Throw in a dollar to help keep our wheels spinning!

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