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Saturday, October 17, 2015
Aloha Aina Cultural Food Festival - October 17 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Millwood ‘Ohana Productions is excited to announce the second of their annual Waikiki Block Festivals. With such a tremendous turnout and success from their first event, The Great Hawaiian Food Truck Festival (8/15), they are excited to announce The Aloha Aina Cultural Food Festival on Saturday, October 17th from 5pm-10pm. The event will run along Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki between Lewers Street and Kealohilani Avenue.
Food truck row will feature some of the best ‘ono grindz’ the island has to offer. With a variety of local arts and crafts vendors, you will be sure to take the perfect memory of Hawaii back to your hale and ‘ohana. The fun doesn’t stop there! Bring the keiki for family fun – hula lessons, rides, carnival games, and your chance to win exciting prizes from prestigious companies throughout the island – Ziplining at Kualoa Ranch, island excursions, Luaus, and many more. Bring your yoga mats for some free fitness fun from local studios.
Love to bike? Consider alternative transportation by using our free bike valet sponsored by the Hawaii Bicycling League. Our island DJs will be spinning some of the best island music and party jams to get you in the festival spirit. Millwood ‘Ohana Productions is committed to giving back; a portion of all festival proceeds will benefit various charities islandwide including the Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children and Kamehameha Schools Music Department.
There will be one more Waikiki Block Festival this year – The Waikiki Arts & Crafts Festival on 12/11. Spread the spirit of aloha and join the fun! For more information or to get involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 808-531-5050