To honor Queen Emma’s 187th birthday we’re celebrating Muʻumuʻu Month, with our 2nd Annual Muʻu at the Museum!
This year’s fundraiser will pay homage to her love for horseback riding and her renowned equestrian skills as a wahine holo lio, with the theme “Pā‘ū & Paniolo”. The evening event will be held on Saturday, January 7, 2023 from 5 PM to 9 PM at Hānaiakamalama–the Queen Emma Summer Palace.
Proceeds from this event will support the historic preservation, maintenance and operations of the Palace and grounds.
Tickets are $150 for General and $85 for Youth (25 years old & younger).
Come and enjoy the Palace at sunset and into the evening–Hānaiakamalama is even more stunning at night!
Pā‘ū & Paniolo, this year’s theme pays homage to Queen Emma’s love for horseback riding and her renowned equestrian skills as a wahine holo lio. Guests are encouraged to dress honoring the rich history of pāʻū, holokū, palaka, cowboys, and the essence of being in Waimea circa the early 1900s, and are invited to wear their finest holokū, muʻumuʻu, and aloha attire.
Hānaiakamalama, Queen Emma Summer Palace, 2913 Pali Hwy.
Doors Open at 5:00 PM, entrance and check-in will be in the front of the Palace.
Parking, we encourage carpooling and rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft. Off-site parking will be available, more information coming soon!
Tickets may be purchased below. Tickets are $150 for General and $85 for Youth (25 years old & younger). All sales are final, tickets are non-refundable, and no special food requests are accepted.
$150 General includes: entry to the event, heavy pūpū, a specialty cocktail, fashion show, entry into the mākeke, selfie stations, self-tour of the Palace, and a limited edition, keepsake tote.
$85 Youth (25 years old and younger), includes: entry to the event, heavy pūpū, a specialty mocktail, fashion show, entry into the mākeke, selfie stations, and a self-tour of the Palace.