Festival of Aloha on Oahu

Festival of Aloha on Oahu

Aloha-FestivalsEach September, Hawaii has a statewide festival to celebrate and showcase the music, dance, history, and traditions of Hawaiian Culture. One of the aspects of Hawaiian culture which carries over to present day is the sharing of Aloha. Showing their hospitality, generosity, and genuine affection has always been an important tradition with the Hawaiian people, hence the name Aloha Festival.
On Oahu there will be several events over a period of about two weeks
*  Opening Ceremonies on September 17th at the Royal Hawaiian Center when the Royal Court is presented. This court is representative of the Hawaiian monarchy and presides over the next two weeks festivities.
* A Ho`olaule`a, on September 21st, kicks off with the arrival of the Royal Court at 7pm. Taking place on Kalakaua Ave., between Lewers and Kapahulu, it will have food vendors, crafts, hula, and free entertainment!
*  Aloha Festival’s Floral Parade is on September 28th at 9am down Kalakaua Ave. Featuring floats, hula dancers, marching bands, and equestrian delight of beautiful Pa`u  Riders on their highly decked out horses, it  is the highlight of, and wonderful finale, to the Aloha Festival!
Hawaii is a mix of past and present, of the history and majesty of native Hawaiian traditions, and of the present day diversity where cultures are blended and traditions are shared. Come share in and celebrate the uniqueness of Hawaii during the Festival of Aloha on Oahu!Details for these events and for more happenings around Oahu see our Seek Spot by Be Our Guest Directory Calender.

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