25th Annual Honolulu Festival March 8-10, 2019
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Interview with Teacher Etsuko Nagahama, 8th Annual Maui Mikoshi Design Contest Winner Maui High School


Q: What was the process including timeline that that you applied with your students to produce your winning Ma […]

Jake Shimabukuro, shaka sign and ukulele. Parade

The Grand Parade United People from Various Countries as One


The 17th Annual Honolulu Festival was held for 3-days from Friday, March 11 through Sunday, March 13. The Gran […]

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The 8th Annual Maui Mikoshi Design Contest


Once again Maui High School won the 8th Annual Maui Mikoshi Design Contest. The participating students were di […]

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Educational School Tour 2011


The Educational School Tour was the first event of the Honolulu Festival, where the local schools in Oahu were […]

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Once again tons of performances were shown on stage!


The performers from various countries such as Japan, Hawaii and others performed on stage!

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“Share Your Voice” Project 2011


The “Share Your Voice Project” is an educational program between the Honolulu Festival Foundation […]

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The Friendship Gala: Expanding Friendships through Cultural Exchange


The Friendship Gala is an event for people from countries of the Asia-Pacific region such as Hawaii and Japan to foster international goodwill and establish relations with the locals.

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Hawaii Music Festivals 2011


The Hawaii Music Festivals was held at the 17th Annual Honolulu Festival. It consisted of 3 festivals which are Hawaii Choral Festival, Hawaii Band & Orchestra Festival and Hawaii Cheer & Dance Festival. Also, schools from the U.S. mainland, Hawaii, Canada and Japan participated.

Everyone joined as one and danced. Special

Special Event: Cultural Exchange with the Indigenous Groups and the Peace Dance


The 17th Annual Honolulu Festival hosted a special collaborative event with various indigenous groups on Saturday, March 12. Those groups included the Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers from Alaska, Descendance from Australia and Hokkaido Ainu Culture from Japan.

Wadaiko challenge! Pretty good too. Educational Program

The Educational Program: Educational School Tour


The Educational School Tour was the first event, where the local schools were invited. It was held at 9:00 a.m. at the Hawaii Convention Center.