25th Annual Honolulu Festival March 8-10, 2019
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Hawaii District 50 Lions Clubs and LEOS

Other Sponsors

The DISTRICT 50 HAWAII LIONS CLUBS consists of over 18-hundred dedicated volunteers in 61 individual community-centered Lions Clubs throughout the State. Their motto is “WE SERVE”! The men & women of the Hawaii Lions are part of Lions Club International— the largest service organization in the world, with nearly 1-point-4-million members in over 210 different countries.


Ohana Arts

Music Performance

Ohana Arts presents the original cast of “Peace On Your Wings”, a new musical inspired by the life of Sadako Sasaki and her thousand paper cranes. This talented all-youth cast has performed on tour to Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Hawaii Island, Los Angeles, and most recently, New York City. The show continues to inspire audiences worldwide with its message of peace and “Ichigo-Ichie”, told through the powerful voices of youth.


The Hawaii Korean Farmers Music Association

Music Performance

The Hawaii Korean Farmers Music Association was started in 1996 by the current resident Ki Un Lee. There are 4 instruments that represent the sounds of nature. The Ching, which is the large gong, represents wind. The changoo, the hour glass instrument represents the rain, the Puk, the large drum represents clouds, and the gengari, the small gong, represents thunder.

G-17 Myoung Woo Dahn Hawaii

Myong woo dahn korean folk dance group


Myoung Woo Dahn is a nonprofit organization to learn and perform Korean traditional music and dance. We have participated in local events as well as private gatherings.

Dr. Tsun-Hui Hung and Stella Chow Hawaii

Hawaii Taiwanese Center – Dr. Tsun-Hui Hung and Stella Chow

Music Performance

Dr. Tsun-Hui Hung teaches music and Chinese language at Hawaii Pacific University, Hawaii Tokai College, and St. Andrew School. She has won the Taiwan erhu (Chinese violin) competition, first place, and was titled the champion of Taiwan Taichi competition. She has been performing internationally and is a raising star in Hawaii. Recently, she has been interested in Hawaiian-Chinese fusion music with many local musicians.

Taiwan Shih Chien Univ Hawaii

Rohanmen Performance Group, Taiwan Shih Chien University


Praise the Beautiful Island of Taiwan, Rohanmen Performance Group is from southern Taiwan, under the direction of Mater Chang who has been instrumental in passing down the cultures observed in the Taiwanese religious festivals. Research has shown the Polynesians are derived from Taiwan; Rohamen would like to showcase the “root” of this rich culture: Taiwan aboriginal dance, Hakka dance, the Head police in the World of Dead, lion and dragon dance.

Sing Yung Lion Dance Hawaii

Sing Yung Dragon and Lion Dance Association


Sing Yung Dragon and Lion Dance Association was founded three years ago with the mission to immerse our students and engage the community in the ideals and traditions of the Chinese culture through lion dance, dragon dance, and martial arts. As a proud lion dance group under the World Sar Ping Lion Federation; Sing Yung engages in perpetuating the art of Sar Ping Dragon and Lion Dance along with Kung Fu throughout Hawai’i.

808 Martial Arts Hawaii

808 Martial Arts

Traditional Performance

808 Martial Arts is a martial arts team consisting of a group of friends who share the same passion for martial arts and cultures from around the world. We want to use martial arts as a way of showcasing these cultures to other people.

24HF-Sammie-in-Hawaii Hawaii

Sammie in Hawaii


Sammie is a belly dance performer and instructor on Oahu. She teaches on the UH Manoa and West Oahu campuses as well as Aloha Dancesport Center in Honolulu. Check her out on Facebook at “Sammie in Hawaii” or email her at sammieinhawaii@gmail.com!

na_enu Hawaii


Music Performance

Formed in 2014 Na’ ehu (Ronson Asuncion and Given Yagi) have been performing collectively for many events such as weddings, parties, conferences, and even in Japan. Having met through work at Ukulele PuaPua, Ronson and Given began playing together. With the dynamic fusion of beautiful vocals and fast ukulele playing, that is what makes Na’ ehu.