21st Annual Honolulu Festival March 6-8, 2015

Archives 2013(19th)

Date : Mar 1 (Fri), Mar 2 (Sat), Mar 3 (Sun)
Theme : Transforming the world; Connect! Discover! Let each experience fascinate you!

Participating Performers
Honolulu Daijayama, Chibikko Daijayama, Hirosaki Neputa, Saitama Ryujin Matsuri Kai, Dai Hirai, SUGAREN, TAIKO KOZO, Sonoda Gakuen High School,ka Gakuin University Phoenix Cheerleading Team, Jaran Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dance Company, SEULGIDOONG, Taipei National University of the Arts, Hempfield Area High School Concert Band and Jazz Band, Hawaii United Okinawa Association, Anuhea and more.

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Maui Mikoshi Design Contest 2013

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The students of Kamehameha Schools Maui Japanese Club are the winners of the 10th Annual Maui Mikoshi Design C […]

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The 19th Annual Honolulu Festival Educational School Tours

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The purpose of the Educational School Tours is to share, see, listen and experience various traditions and cultures from countries throughout the Pacific Rim within a very short period of time.

The children are amazed at the origami creations made from a single piece of paper. Educational Program

Educational School Tours 2013

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The children are amazed at the origami creations made from a single piece of paper. The 19th Annual Honolulu F […]

The perfect blend of Anuhea's slightly husky 
voice and the sound of her acoustic guitar, very pleasant and enjoyable. Special

The 19th Annual Honolulu Festival Friendship Gala

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The Friendship Gala is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the delicious cuisine of Oahu’s finest restaurants. It is also a place to promote friendship and international goodwill.

Many local volunteers participate in the Saitama
Ryujin Matsuri Kai performance. Parade

The 19th Annual Honolulu Festival The Grand Parade

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The Grand Parade, an event that marked the final day of the Festival, was held down Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. It was about 4:00 in the afternoon when crowds began to gather throughout Kalakaua Avenue.

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The 19th Annual Honolulu Festival Exhibits, Craft Fair and Other Events

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Many people came to watch the performances, and also to enjoy the many exhibits, craft fair, Ennichi, Cosplay Cafe, Bon Dance (Bon Odori), the movie presentations and buy the Made in Hawaii products.

People donate funds, no matter how little, to support Tohoku's rebuilding efforts. Special

The 19th Annual Honolulu Festival Featured Events of the Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami

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Featured events regarding the Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami were part of the 19th Annual Honolulu Festival.

A folk dance of the people of Torres Strait Islands. Stage

The 19th Annual Honolulu Festival Performance Stage

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Performance groups participated from various Pacific Rim countries including Australia, Taiwan, Korea and Japan.

Collaboration of the students of Nagasaki University and Kapi'olani Community College. Share Your Voice

“Share Your Voice” Project 2013

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The “Share Your Voice” project, a collaboration that began in 2010 between the Honolulu Festival a […]

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