By Tim Saunders on
Jack Johnson will once again host the annual Kokua Festival Earth Day weekend in Hawaii in April to benefit charity.
The festival will take place April 23 and 24 at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu, with a lineup of acts that includes Ziggy Marley, Taj Mahal, Jake Shimabukuro and Anuhea. All proceeds from the weekend will go to the Kokua Hawaii Foundation, an organization that supports environmental education in the schools and communities of Hawaii.
Established by Jack and his wife, Kim, the Kokua Hawaii Foundation’s mission is to provide students with experiences that will enhance their appreciation for and understanding of their environment so they will be lifelong stewards of the earth. It supports hands-on learning activities that engage their senses and make lasting impressions on children’s minds.
The Foundation is currently running an auction for exclusive ticket packs that include premium seats, CDs autographed by Jack, posters, bags, towels and more until April 2. Click here to make a bid, or visit the Kokua Hawaii Foundation website.
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