Aina Fest 2017

8TH ANNUAL ʻĀINA FEST

DIRECTIONS, LODGING, & LOGISTICS

Festival Fairgrounds are at Inhabit Sanctuary & Retreat Center

Located at 53-4125 Pratt Rd. Kapa’au, HI, 96755.

Directions from Downtown Hawi:*

  • Head east towards Pololu on HI-270 through Downtown Hawi , thru Kapa‘au
  • Go past town of Kapa‘au - keep going for 2 miles
  • Go past school on left, drive through one gulch, and back up the hill
  • Shortly after, make a left onto Pratt Road - you will see 'Āina Fest signage
  • Turn left to stay on Pratt Road and follow the signs to the 'Āina Fest Ticketing Gate
* please follow written directions below as the gps coordinates may not work
There is ample FREE parking at the festival grounds.

What to Bring

  1. As the festival grounds are in an outside environment, please ensure your physical comfort by bringing:
    1. A reusable water bottle to stay hydrated.
    2. Sun and other possible weather protection such as sunscreen, a hat, a long sleeved shirt/sweatshirt, rain jacket etc.
  2. Bring a beach chair if you’d like!

 

What NOT to Bring

  1. No dogs are allowed except for service dogs accompanied by paperwork.
  2. No outside food is permitted.
  3. No alcohol is permitted - any alcohol discovered will be confiscated and you may be asked to leave.
  4. No coolers are permitted.
 

Invasive Species Free

This is an invasive species FREE event. Please do not bring any plant materials to our event coming from other areas of the island. Please check and thoroughly clean your vehicle, clothing and shoes from all signs of invasive species infestation including but not limited to:

  1. Little Fire Ants
  2. Cocqui Frogs
  3. ROD
Mahalo for your Kokua

CAMPING & LODGING

There is NO overnight camping allowed at the festival grounds. Please ensure you have alternate camping or lodging if you intend to sleep in the Kohala area on 11/4.

All county campgrounds require permits in order to camp. You must reserve a permit prior to arrival. We recommend doing so as early as possible - sites will fill to capacity.

CAMPING & LODGING

There is NO overnight camping allowed at the festival grounds. Please ensure you have alternate camping or lodging if you intend to sleep in the Kohala area on 11/4.

All county campgrounds require permits in order to camp. You must reserve a permit prior to arrival. We recommend doing so as early as possible - sites will fill to capacity.

Mahalo for attending ʻĀina Fest

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