The Honolulu Festival’s Friendship Gala tickets are available online!
The Friendship Gala is an exciting event featuring wonderful cuisine of Alan Wong’s, Halekulani, Roy’s, 3660 on the Rise, Nobu Waikiki, Mariposa and many other famous restaurants. Come and enjoy food and cultural performances from all over the world. [ See More ]
We are looking for volunteers!
We would like to expand community support for the Honolulu Festival. We welcome all volunteer candidates! [ See More / To Apply ]
The winner of Honolulu Festival’s 7th Annual Maui Mikoshi Design Contest is announced!
The friendly competition among four Maui high schools included Baldwin (last year’s winner), St. Anthony and Lahainaluna. The Maui Mikoshi Design Contest was developed in 2004 as part of Honolulu Festival’s community outreach program. [ See More ]
Our Superb Sponsor, Outrigger Enterprises’ Interview
The Foundation had the opportunity to interview David Carey, President and CEO of Outrigger Enterprises Group. We asked him about Outrigger’s latest projects, his organization’s commitment to the community and the partnership that Outrigger has developed with the Honolulu Festival.
The Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers will be returning to the 16th Annual Honolulu Festival!
We would like to announce the good news! The Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers from Anchorage, Alaska will be returning to the 16th Annual Honolulu Festival. It will be a chance to meet the southernmost culture and northernmost culture in the United States. [ See Related Articles ]
Honolulu Festival Foundation announces sub theme of 16th Annual Honolulu Festival “Discovery through Traditions”
The 16th Annual Honolulu Festival will be held on March 12-14, 2010. The Festival’s theme, “Pacific Harmony,” reflects the Foundation’s vision to share the many cultures of the Pacific region with the people of Hawaii and those visiting from all over the world. The Honolulu Festival Foundation is very excited to announce its sub theme for the 16th Annual Honolulu Festival, “Discovery through Traditions.” [ See More ]