"Aloha From Hawaii" was seen live in over 40 countries across Asia and Europe! The United States did not broadcast "Aloha From Hawaii"until April 4, 1973.
"Aloha From Hawaii" benefited the Kui Lee Cancer Fund, for entertainer Kui Lee who passed away from cancer in December 1966. The song "I Will Remember You" was written by Kui Lee.
Audience members of "Aloha From Hawaii" were asked to pay whatever they could afford by making a donation. The performance and concert merchandise raised $75,000 for the Kui Lee Cancer Fund!
The show was the most expensive entertainment special at the time, costing $2.5 million. Directed and Produced by, Marty Pasetta.
- Introduction ("Also Sprach Zarathustra", performed by the Joe Guercio Orchestra)
- "See See Rider"
- "Burning Love"
- "You Gave Me a Mountain"
- "Steamroller Blues"
- "My Way"
- "Love Me"
- "Johnny B. Goode"
- "It's Over"
- "Blue Suede Shoes"
- "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
- "I Can't Stop Loving You"
- "Hound Dog"
- "What Now My Love"
- "Welcome to My World"
- "Suspicious Minds"
- Elvis introduces J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet, the Sweet Inspirations, Kathy Westmoreland, members of the TCB Band, and the Joe Guercio Orchestra
- "I'll Remember You"
- "Long Tall Sally"/"Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On"
- "An American Trilogy"
- "A Big Hunk o' Love
- "Can't Help Falling in Love"
- Closing vamp performed by the TCB Band and the Joe Guercio Orchestra
- J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet (Ed Enoch, Bill Baize, Donnie Sumner, JD Sumner)
- The Sweet Inspirations (Myrna Smith, Sylvia Shemwell, Estelle Brown)
- Kathy Westmoreland
Elvis Presley's TCB Band
- James Burton (lead guitar)
- John Wilkinson (rhythm guitar)
- Ronnie Tutt (drums)
- Jerry Scheff (Fender bass)
- Glen Hardin (piano/keyboards)
- Charlie Hodge (vocals/acoustic guitar)
Joe Guercio Orchestra