Kauai Aloha Festivals Honor Hawaiian Traditions and the Royal Court September 4 through October 29

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Intended to perpetuate the Hawaiian culture, a series of events are lined up on Kauai over September and October grouped under the banner, Kauai Aloha Festivals. Formerly known as Aloha Week Festivals, the events showcase Hawaiian music, dance, cuisine, arts and cultural practices. All feature presentation of Kauai’s Royal Court.

A series of events intended to perpetuate the Hawaiian culture are lined up over September and October grouped under the banner, Kauai Aloha Festivals. Formerly known as Aloha Week Festivals, the events showcase Hawaiian music, dance, cuisine, arts and cultural practices. All feature presentation of Kauai’s Royal Court, with the investiture of the court on September 4th. Each event is found at different locations around Kauai. Some, like the Mokihana Festival (September 18 - 24) and the Na Lima Hana Festival (October 26 - 29), include multiple days of activities. The full schedule along with contact information is found at http://kauaialohafestivals.net.

Event locations include Smith’s Tropical Paradise, Kapaa First Hawaiian Church, Kauai Beach Resort, Kauai Marriott, and the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa. Kauai residents and visitors will be able to observe time-honored protocol and traditions in association with the Hawaiian culture as well as experience a broad range of Hawaiian dance, music and food. These events are partially sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority and Kauai County.

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