Healthcare Hero Mahalo Concert set for Nov. 6

  • Mark Yamanaka will be among the performers during a Nov. 6 concert on Na Leo TV

Hawaii Island health care providers continue to unselfishly care for the health of our communities during these challenging and unprecedented times.

To share our aloha and appreciation for these individuals, a hui of business organizations including Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce, Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce, Japanese Chamber of Commerce &Industry of Hawaii, and Hui ‘Oihana, the Hawaii Island Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce, presents the 2021 Healthcare Hero Mahalo Concert — a free and public live virtual concert from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6, on Na Leo TV Channel 54, or on Facebook at


Join East Hawaii hosts Pomai Longakit Bartolome and Ku‘ehu Mauga as they share messages of aloha to all our health care workers from Hawaii Island community members.

Tune in and listen to amazing musical performances from Hawaii Island’s talented local and Hawaiian artists — Lito Arkangel, Kainani Kahaunaele, Mark Yamanaka, The Lim Family and Media Music.

Enter our health care worker prize giveaway for a chance to win a $50 KTA Super Stores gift card provided with support from Community First:


“There are thousands of people around our island who continue to sacrifice and care for our sick and many others who help to keep our community safe,” said Miles Yoshioka, executive officer of the Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce. “We’re hoping this concert will express our gratitude to everyone involved in health care and hopefully, make their day a little brighter.”

Share news about this event with your ‘ohana and friends. For more information, please contact the Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce office at 808-935-7178.

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