Jack Johnson has announced two upcoming “hometown” concerts at the Tom Moffatt Waikiki Shell in July.
The shows on July 29 and 30 will benefit Johnson’s Kokua Hawai’i Foundation, which supports environmental education in Hawaii’s schools and communities.
The singer announced the shows in an Earth Day message on social media.
“Can’t wait to be in person to play music with you together, singing along together,” he said in a recorded video.
Tickets will go on pre-sale beginning May 3 for Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation paid members and volunteers, followed by a Hawaii locals only presale on May 5.
The general public can purchase tickets on May 6.
All sales start at 9 a.m. HST.
Johnson’s latest album, “Meet the Moonlight,” will be released on June 24.
For more details, visit jackjohnsonmusic.com.