1998 The group toured the pacific from Hawaii, Saipan, Palau,and Guam. They headlined the power 98 Birthday bash in Guam, where there was a record attendance of over 18,000 fans.
1999 The band was back in Saipan to headline the 4th of July Independence concert. That concert held over 23,000 islanders in one spot and is still one of the biggest concerts to date.
2000 Pau Hana was invited to play in Kona with other local groups and had a great time playing music, partying, and spreading the "aloha" spirit.
2001 Pau Hana traveled regionally perfoming in Washington, Portland, Utah, Las Vegas, Northern California, and in their hometown of San Diego.
2002 The group finishes recording their 2nd album that is released one year later in 2003.
2003 Pau Hana music receives a cross over approval from non island communities. They play Earth Day In San Diego and many other events aside from polynesian shows. Along with top Jamaican acts Freddie McGregor, Lucky Dube, and Big Mountain’s front man Quino.
2004 Pau Hana performs for 10,000 people at the Waikiki Shell Ampitheater
Pau Hana's unique style has clearly given them their own identity in the polynesian community. They were invited to play one of Hawaii's biggest concerts that, for them, were a sort of homecoming. For so long their album has been ranked as one of the best selling in Hawaii, and now they have had the chance to thank their fans in the Islands personally.
Pau Hana Just released their 3rd CD, Island Lion, in 2006.