In addition to the Oahu show, the plays Maui on April 19 at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) at the A&B Amphitheater in Kahului, Maui.

Johnson will be joined on stage by Willie Nelson with his Maui-based jam partners the Planetary Bandits, plus Ben Harper, local ambassador of aloha Henry Kapono, new Hawaiian reggae talent Paula Fuga with her One Love ‘Ohana Band, and high energy funksters ALO.

The festival will include a booth village with local organic food and beverages, earth-friendly products and services from green companies, alternative energy demonstrations, interactive games and crafts for the kids, and countless environmentally active groups from around the islands.

All proceeds go to the Kokua Hawaii Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting environmental education programs in Hawaii.

The funds raised from the festival will be used to further support and expand the school recycling program on Oahu, sponsor field trips and curriculum development, as well as to introduce an exciting new farm to school program in Oahu public schools in the fall.

Oahu and Maui tickets prices range from $17.50 for ages 3-10, up $50. Kids under 3 get in free. Tickets will be available at 9 a.m. island-time February 4.