Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Free Things To Do In Hawaii: Oahu events

Looking for free things to do in Hawaii? Discover these events Oahu that will give you an experience of the local culture.

This Saturday, July 21, is the 35th annual Prince Lot Hula Festival. This wonderful festival is the biggest event of noncompetitive Hula in the State, so the Aloha spirit will be in the air.

Check out the Prince Lot Hula Festival this Saturday, July 21 if you're looking for free things to do in Hawaii.Discover the Prince Lot Hula Festival this Saturday, July 21, if you're looking for free things to do in Hawaii.

The festival will take place the Moanalua gardens and is really a celebration of the traditional dance of Hawaii. He paid tribute to Prince Lot Kapuaiwa, which incorporates the Hula that was once banned in the region.

From 09: 00 to 16: 00, there will be more than a dozen performances and a chance to enjoy the dishes for lunch. The event is free, but the foundations of Moanalua gardens has a button fundraising to help raise funds. Come and support the cause and Hawaiiana on your holiday experience.

This Sunday, July 22, is the 42nd ukulele Festival and is one of the most famous festivals in Hawaii. Take a short walk to Kapiolani Park from 09: 00 to the largest festival of its type ukulele in the world.

Learn the love of Hawaiian music at the Ukulele Festival Hawaii!Learn the love of Hawaiian music in the Ukulele Festival Hawaii!

There will be performances by internationally renowned musicians, ukulele virtuosos and an 800 person ukulele orchestra. Stop in for lunch during your day at the beach of Waikiki and experience of some local music and food!

Thank you for reading,


Verna may Nahulu is a writer for discover Hawaii Tours. Verna has a strong interest in Hawaiian culture, history, traditions and history of the people of Hawaii. Born and raised on Maui, Verna moved to Oahu to study at the University of Hawaii and experience the life of a vibrant city of Honolulu.


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