Elks to Sponsor World of Magic Performance

November 28, 2016, 8:00 AM HST
* Updated September 8, 5:14 PM
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2016-flyer-regularThe Hilo Elks Lodge 759 will present its annual World of Magic show from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at downtown Hilo’s Palace Theater on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016.

This year’s featured performer will be Magician KAULANA and his “World of Magic.”

KAULANA offers high-energy entertainment, leaving audiences with a magical experience they will never forget.

What makes KAULANA so unique? KAULANA combines his knowledge of magic with his passion to create “Ho‘okalakupua me ke Kaila” or “Magic with Style.”

In each performance, KAULANA ignites the imagination of his audience and allows them to escape reality to make them “Believe, Dream & Imagine.”


At the end of the show, expect Santa to make a special appearance.


Born and raised in Hawai’i, KAULANA grew up knowing that he was very different from everyone else. At the young age of 12, KAULANA discovered the art of magic, dreaming of one day becoming a magician.

KAULANA knew that in order for his dream to come true, he had to take magic to a new level.

After a year of intense studying, KAULANA created “TORCH,” a style of entertaining unlike any other.


With his unique style of magic, KAULANA became an eight-time award-winning magician who has toured throughout the Hawaiian Islands as “The Youngest Professional Magician in Hawai’i.”

As a teenager, KAULANA received an opportunity to perform in a Las Vegas revue show in Waikīkī. After a two-year run, he headlined in “Encore! Hawai’i” a variety show that showcased talent from all over the world.

After performing for sold-out crowds night after night, KAULANA received the title “The Most Unique Magician in Hawai’i.”

KAULANA has also traveled across the Pacific to perform in Los Angeles, Arizona and Las Vegas.

KAULANA is a true entertainer, who strives daily to reach his goals by using his heart, soul and the spirit of aloha.

Admission to this performance is free; donations are welcome.

For more information, contact Lily at the Hilo Elks 935-1717.

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