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79th Annual Nā Hula Festival this Saturday and Sunday at Kapi‘olani Park

Since 1940, Honolulu Depa ment Parks & Recreation's Na Hula Festival has celebrated the a istry and grace Hawai‘i's premiere dance form - Hula. The festival is Hawai‘i's longest running annual non-competitive hula event.

Suandaay, August 4, 2019

Please join us for the 79th Annual Nā Hula Festival at the Kapi‘olani Park Bandstand. Please bring your hāli‘i (covering, spread), mea‘ai (food), and enjoy a beautiful, relaxing day of hula at the park. Admission is free.

For more information please contact Samantha Sun, Culture and Arts Specialist, at (808) 768-3032.

Accommodation are available upon request to persons with disabilities, Please call (808) 763-3003 or send an email to parks@honolulu.gov at least three working days prior to the event.

Mahalo to our sponsor,
Friends of Honolulu Parks & Recreation

CITY & COUNTY of HONOLULU

Kirk Caldwell, Mayor

DEPT. of PARKS & RECREATION

Michele K. Nekota, Director

For more information, visit our website at

https://www.honolulu.gov/cms-dpr-menu/site-dpr-sitearticles/6465-na-hula-festival.html




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