Headliners this year include Grammy award-winner John Cruz and Na Hoku Hanohano winner Teresa Bright. Also in the entertainment line-up are Aaron Mahi, Martin Pahinui and George Kuo as well as Chinky Mahoe’s Halau Hula O Kawaili’ula, perennial favorites at the Merrie Monarch Festival on the Big Island.
Proceeds from the Ho‘olaule‘a will help fund scholarships for WCC students and other program support. Last year, 22 Windward Community College students received $1,000 each from event proceeds.
The free, family-friendly festival now in its 12th year, co-sponsored by the college and the Kaneohe Business Group, is expected to draw over 15,000 people islandwide. It will feature top island entertainment, award-winning hula films, unique arts and crafts, ‘ono ethnic food, keiki rides and activities, art exhibits, a college-sponsored silent auction, and educational, cultural demonstrations and community displays.
Kaneohe Business Group members will be on hand to showcase their businesses at a Trade Show, and Windward Community College will have special activities celebrating 40 years of educating the community.
Come and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Islands.
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