Note: Be sure to check a festival's web site for latest information and dates, as not all festivals are annual or keep their site's updated until the last minute. The Festival by Month page has the festivals listed that are scheduled for the current year – or at least my attempt to list current festivals.
I totally rely on people associated with the festival for their dates and listing information. I do check the festival site periodically for additional information.
For more recent festival listings I've not included the dates as these are moving targets and too hard to keep up with - be sure to check the festival's web page for the most accurate and current dates.
Kalani Honua, Hawai’i
from the Hawai’i Island `Ukulele Retreat web site
With 120 acres set within a pristine, tropical, ohia forest and bordered by a dramatic coastline and stunning cliffs, Kalani Honua, on the southeast corner of Hawai’i Island (where the lava meets the sea) is probably one of the most beautiful places on Earth to celebrate the ‘ukulele and all that Hawai’i has to offer. Besides offering us a warm and enthusiastic welcome (as well as meal options for vegetarians and vegans), a variety of lodging choices to fit a wide range of whims and budgets, Kalani also offers a full schedule of classes and workshops in yoga, meditation, dance, and Hawaiian crafts to augment our ‘ukulele workshops, events, and field trips.
1200 Queen Emma St. #810
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
USA *Contact Person: - Dawn Kaniaupio**Contact eMail for festival information:
Kakaako Waterfront Park
677 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
from the Annual Ukulele Picnic in Hawaii web site
Ukulele Picnic in Hawaii was founded by the renowned Japanese musician & Ukulele music scene pioneer in Japan, Kazuyuki Sekiguchi from the band Southern All Stars. From the inaugural picnic in 2009, it has attracted more than 5000 people, and has become a fun music event for whole family.
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