Kohala Aina 10 4web7th Annual Kohala 'Āina Festival

November 12th, 2016 1-10 pm (gates open at 12:30 pm)

What is Kohala'Āina Festival?

The Kohala 'Āina Festival is an annual benefit concert and celebration of local harvest, small farmers, and the vibrant movement for island-wide food sovereignty. Held each year at the beginning of the Makahiki season, the festival features a superb line up of international and local musicians, educational workshops, a 100% locally grown Hawaiian style feast, local, organic food vendors, and several family friendly keiki activities.

We are so pleased to welcome back the world-renowned Nahko and Medicine for the People, in addition to Tubby Love and Hāwane Rios, with more artists to be announced in the coming weeks! Tickets are $45 in advance, $50 at the door, and children 12 and under are admitted free. This is a family-friendly, drug, and alcohol-free event.

Aside from being a celebration of harvest and farming, the Kohala 'Āina Festival is an annual fundraiser to support the Hawai'i Institute of Pacific Agriculture, a non-profit educational organization based in North Kohala, on the Big Island. All proceeds from the event support the three core pillars of HIP Agriculture’s programming: Residential Farmer Trainings, Youth Education, and Community Events and Workshops held throughout the year.

Since its inception, the Residential Farmer Training has supported over 100 young farmers, instilling them with the tools and skills to pursue an agricultural lifestyle, as well as experiential learning grounded in conscious agriculture and permaculture.

Funds from the benefit have also served over 850 youth, at Kohala Elementary School, Waimea Middle School, and Kanu High School through farm field trips, in-class presentations, and after-school and summer programs including camp-outs and leadership trainings. The focus of programming is suited to each age group, with a focus on connecting to the aina and topics such as plant identification for keiki, with more hands-on tools for older students, such as nutrition, food preparation, and sustainable agriculture education and apprenticeships.

We are honored and excited to bring the 7th annual Kohala Aina Festival to our community, elevating the consciousness of the island, supporting our local food economy, and serving our community through education and empowerment.

Kahua Waiwai Stage
(Foundation of Prosperity)

1:20 - 1:30: Welcome with Dash Kuhr

1:30 - 1:45: Blessing and Opening with Auntie Pua Case and Michael Preston

1:45 - 2:15: Hawane Rios 

2:15 - 2:45: Hualalai 

2:50 - 3:10: Hula Halau o Manaolana with Hope Keawe

3:10 - 3:40: Ka'ahele

4:00 - 5:00: Paul Izak, Tubby Love & Amber Lily 

5:20 - 6:05: Paula Fuga 

6:15 - 6:35: African Drumming with Lavaroots 

6:50 - 7:50: OKA 

8:20 - 9:50: Nahko & Medicine for the People 

9:50 - 10:00: Closing Ceremony with Auntie Pua Case

Mahi'ai Stage
(Food Cultivator)

MC and Storyteller Kaila Weaver

12:45 - 1:00 Sonia Melocco

1:00 - 1:30: Mikey Fiyah

1:30 - 1:45: Faye Adinda

1:45 - 2:30: The Jeffrey James Show

2:45 - 3:15: Cosmic Serenity

3:30 - 4:30: Off the Grid & Ydine

4:45 - 5:00: Maylan

5:15 - 6:00 Leche de Dan & Mike Aloha

6:15 - 7:15: Llosh & Found

7:30 - 8:30: The Uprising Movement

Activities Schedule

1:00 - 5:00: Bounce House, Keiki Tent

1:00 - 6:00: Ongoing crafts, games, and educational demonstrations, Keiki Tent

1:00 - 3:00: Collaborative Rug Weaving Project with Leilani Silver, Keiki Tent

1:00 - 3:00: Face Painting with Cynthia Buckles, Keiki Tent

1:45 (following opening blessing): Yoga with Kelly Stern, "Get Grounded," Main White Tent 

1:30 - 2:00: Storytelling with Leilani Silver: "Dragons, Trolls, and Magic," Keiki Tent

1:30 - 2:30: Permaculture Presentation with Donna Maltz: "From the Soil to Your Soul," Education Tent

2:00 - 3:00: Educational Talk Story with Cindy Kuʻupua Whitehawk: "The Traditional Art of Lauhala Weaving" & "Traditional Method of Creating Niʻihau ʻIpu,"  Hawaiian Village Tent

2:00 - 2:30: Puppet Show with Frank Asch, Keiki Tent

2:30 - 3:00: Circus Ohana Mini Shows - hula hoop, juggling, acrobatics, & magic, Keiki Tent

2:30 - 3:30: Permaculture Presentation with Bobby Grimes: "Bamboo with Bobby G- Growing, Harvest, Curing, Design and Build!" Education Tent

3:00 - 3:45: Educational Talk Story with Jerry Konanui: "ʻAwa Propagation"  Hawaiian Village Tent

3:30 - 4:30: Keiki Cooking Demonstration with Blue Zones Project, Keiki Tent

3:30 - 4:30: Scavenger Hunt with Leilani Silver, Keiki Tent

3:30 - 4:30: Permaculture Presentation with Jenn Russerman: "Intuitive Treatment Free Beekeeping," Education Tent

4:00 - 4:45: Educational Talk Story with Jerry Konanui: "Kalo Revision," Hawaiian Village Tent

4:30 - 5:30: Permaculture Presentation with Zach Mermel: "Teaming with Fungi: Recruiting Mycelium for Farmscape Repair," Education Tent

5:30 - 6:30: Permaculture Presentation with Ilana Stout: "Seedy Times on Hawai'i Island: an overview of local seed preservation projects and introductory seed saving techniques," Education Tent

8:20: Fire Dancing Performance with Igknight Fire Tribe, Kahua Waiwai Stage (Main Stage)

7th ANNUAL KOHALA AINA FESTIVAL MUSICAL LINEUP

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Nahko and Medicine for the People

Some people go a lifetime without knowing their mission in life, without feeling they have true calling, and without knowing why they even do what they do. Nahko is not one of them.

My call is to put action to the words that I speak and the lyrics I sing. Not just to talk, but to do," says Oregon-born singer/songwriter Nahko, who is of Puerto Rican, Native American (Apache), and Filipino descent.
"This is the soundtrack of the movement for a better planet," he continues. "I want to challenge myself and others to make a change."

Nahko and Medicine for the People gathered more members of their global tribe of like-minded fans as they spread their powerful and impactful musical message on tour with such acts as Michael Franti, Xavier Rudd, SOJA, and Trevor Hall, and on festivals including Outside Lands, Electric Forest, Wanderlust, Bumbershoot, California Roots Music Festival, Byron Bay Blues & Roots Festival, and many more.

Nahko, an Oregon-native born a mix of Puerto Rican, Native American, and Filipino bloodlines considers himself a citizen in service to the planet. Disillusioned by the world around him and inspired by vagabond, Americana musicians and storytellers like Conor Oberst and Bob Dylan, Nahko left home as a teenager in search of adventure and self discovery. Armed with stories, a guitar, and a fierce set of ideals, he set out to bridge the cultural gaps dividing his own psyche. He began producing a public, musical journal of his journey toward personal, spiritual, and social healing, and thus Medicine for the People was born. Recently, Nahko discussed his successes, his philosophies, his music, and his life with Huffington Post, who called Nahko's music "beautiful and stirring." Nahko describes his music as a mix of hip-hop and folk rock with a world message.

Connect with Nahko and the tribe at nahko.com

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Pua Case

Pualani Case, born and raised  on the Island of Hawai’i surrounded by the high mountains of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai and Kohala, the fresh waters of Kohakohau and Waikoloa and the plains of Waimea. Pua’s life path and purpose has led her to become a Kumu Hula, a teacher of traditional dance and chant, and  a teacher of the ways, culture and traditions of the kanaka maoli or native peoples of Hawai’i. With a degree in Hawaiian Language and culture, and a teaching degree in Social Studies, interwoven with the traditional teachings, philosophies and expectations from her kupuna or elders, Pua has integrated ‘Ike Hawai’i or Hawaiian knowledge and lessons into the public school system for over 30 years.   

Pua and her ‘ohana, her family are active as spiritual and cultural leaders in and beyond their community. They are an integral part of  the protocol and ceremonies for Na Kalaiwa’a, Moku o Keawe Makali’i Voyaging Canoe, as well as for Hokule’a and other Pacific Island Voyages. Pua sits on  various educational and cultural boards including the Waimea Hawaiian Civic Club, Waimea Schools’ and Community Education Hui, and the Mauna Kea Education and Awareness Hui. Pua and her family are petitioners in the Contested Case hearing filed on behalf of Mauna Kea Mountain, a representative of the Mauna Kea ‘Ohana Na Kia’I Mauna and has created Idle No More Hawai’i, Warriors Rising and Idle No More Mauna Kea to address the issues and challenges facing the sacred places and sacred ways of the people of Hawai’i from the heavens to the earth, the mountains to the sea. Me ke aloha.

Pua will be leading our opening and closing ceremonies for the festival!

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Paula Fuga

Praised for her originality in song composition and ability to stir the deepest emotions with spellbinding and soulful vocals, Paula Fuga has established herself as one of Hawai’i’s most respected live performers.

At an early age, she faced the vulnerabilities of living homeless on the beach, seeing the destruction of drugs and violence. Despite having overcome such adversity quite successfully, she is living her career with much gratitude and humility. Fuga relentlessly strives to inspire youth across the world, sharing her story of perseverance and hope. She makes countless efforts to participate in various community projects focusing on protecting the environment and spreading the fundamental values of her native Hawaiian culture. Fuga is an artist on a mission and music is her vehicle.

Since the release of her latest recording, the EP “Misery’s End,” which featured guest appearances by Ziggy Marley and Jack Johnson, she has headlined the Alma Surf Festival in Sao Paolo, Brazil, performed with Jack at Madison Square Garden and the Sydney Opera House Forecourt. She was featured on the song “Love Will Find a Way” with Nahko Bear and Trevor Hall for the album of her life long collaborator and guitarist, the musical genius Mike Love. She was honored to be a part of the 52nd Annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival, performing alongside the Hawaiian cultural icon, Kaumakaiwa Kanakaole for the winning group, Hula Halau O Kamuela. She is among distinguished artists honored to perform for the President, having been invited for the 3rd time to the White House in Washington, DC.

Connect with Paula at paulafuga.wordpress.com.

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OKA

Embracing the future without losing sight of the past, OKA draws upon their indigenous connection to place and country to create their signature feel good Australian earth sound, an irresistible blend of influences spanning house, big beat, reggae-dub, Roots, Jazz and world music.
A mashup of dance & downtempo electro beats marinated in the mystic spiritual traditions of the Dreamtime.Born from a relaxed street jam over 15 years ago, they continue to bring the joy, fluidity and simplicity of their positive music to a much larger, growing audience on a global stage. Independently selling over 160,000 albums, they have shared the stage alongside inspirational acts Arrested Development, Finnley Quay, Xavier Rudd, Dehli to Dublin, Kinnie Starr, Digging Roots to name a few.

While sharing the the bill with the likes of Kiss, Santana, Sting, Burning Spear, Yothu Yindi, Beats Antiques, Fat Freddys Drop and The Wailers. OKA have thrieved at festivals throughout Australia, Asia & Nth America including Montreal Jazz (CAN), Winnipeg Folk (CAN), Green Room Festival (JAP), Earthdance & Joshua Tree (CA), Fusion Festival (GERMANY) Bali Spirit (INDO) & Woodford Folk Festival, Rainbow Serpent, Splendour in the Grass (AUS) Sydney Opera House (AUS). In these arenas OKA has sent unsuspecting crowds into hypnotic frenzies, gaining them a strong reputation for their festival highlight standout performances.At the creative heart of the music is Stu Boga Fergie (aka DidgeriSTU) who connects you to earth with the deep subsonic pulse and resonance of his Yidaki (didgeridoo). He is the big man behind the electronic beats, keys & vocals inspired by his aboriginal heritage.

The OKA Collective includes captivating melody on guitar, sax, flute & woodwinds woven through organic juju beats of deep tribal fire.
A sound & force that touches the heart & feeds the soul.

Connect with OKA at oka-band.com

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Leche de Dan & Michaeloha bring the cross-genre "Latin Gypsy Funk" to life with multi-instumental looping methods inspired by the original sounds of their group Leche de Tigre, rooted on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Learn more about the duo at: lechedetigremusic.com/leche-de-dan






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Tubby Love and Amber Lily

From the garden to the globe, Tubby Love is gathering the tribe. Born David Andrew Terrett, Tubby's physical, spiritual, and musical transformation has been a testimony to the power of human evolution. Music has been the catalyst for deepening his connection to life and also a bridge for sharing his journey with others. Calling the island of Kauai home has set forth a Roots Family movement involving regenerative land and energy practices connecting communities inter-island and worldwide. Tubby and his partner Amber Lily have been blessed to create a soundtrack for this movement alongside artists like Medicine For The People, Dustin Thomas, Wookiefoot, Trevor Hall, Mike Love, Nattali Rize, Paul Izak, Rising Appalachia, Cas Haley, as well as other artists with a similar message. In a time of much needed change, Tubby Love is unifying the people through music and addressing real issues to inspire solutions. Learn more and get connected at http://www.tubbylovemusic.com.

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Hawane Rios

I come from the small country town of Waimea on Hawai'i Island, nestled in the protection of the majestic and sacred Mauna Kea. My roots stretch from the rolling hills of Kohala to the sandy beaches of 'Ānaeho'omalu. My connection to the Earth Mother is deep and true for my family, Pua Case and Kalani Flores have raised my sister Kapulei and I to know that the Earth is as much a part of us as we are a part of it. The beautiful power of the elements has served as inspiration for my musical compositions strengthening my connection and respect for this land as I continue to sing my praises for this world. The gentle breeze that touches my skin to the comforting feeling of the seas embrace captures my heart and inspires me to honor them with song. I have learned that music sends out a kind of healing vibration that holds the power of change in its core. It is never ending and travels onward touching souls one chord at a time. My hope is to write and lift my voice in honor of those who came before, those who live now, and those who are yet to come.


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Paul Izak

Paul Izak’s unique style of music can best be described as a blend of Folk/Blues/Rock and Reggae. Born and raised on the island of Oahu, Paul has a deep rooted connection and love for the Hawaiian Islands and you can hear it in his music. His passion for gardening/farming and yoga are integrated into his musical message to inspire a healthy and conscious lifestyle. He loves collaboration, spontaneous jamming and music with a message of awareness and positive forward progression. Paul is also the founder of the organization Yogarden based on the Island of Oahu. Yogarden has a farm in Waimanalo, and in collaboration with Green Rows Farm they offer Farm to table dinners and live music yoga classes.

For more Information on Paul’s music and Yogarden visit www.paulizakmusic.com and www.yogardenhawaii.com.


HualalaiHualalai Keohuloa

Born in Moloka'i, raised on the island of Hawai'i, Hualalai Keaweoluna Keohuloa has dedicated his musical passion from his mother, Lynda Bertelmann,  to bring universal awareness to our communities. His uncles sailed upon Hokule'as maiden voyage to Tahiti. Building the voyaging canoe, Makalii his Ohana continues to preserve the Hawaiian culture through the wa'a (canoe). Combining his music, his culture along with his 5 Keiki and Mana Wahine, Alohilani, Hualalai has found ways to protect, preserve and share our Hawaiian culture. Recently arrested for the protection of our Sacred Maunawakea, Hualalai humbly continues his quest as a Kia'i or guardian for all that he holds sacred. From his music to building canoes for the community, to standing Pa'a against negative impacts to our ʻAina and people, Hualalai has come to share his gifts with the community at large. 

Get a taste of Hualalai's musical offerings at hualalai.wordpress.com.

FaraTolnoWEBFara Tolno and Lavaroots Performing Arts

Tolno was born in Guinea, West Africa. He spent his youth in the village of Kissidugu and Guinea’s capital city, Conakry. Playing djembe since the age of nine, he has traveled extensively performing and teaching both drumming and dance. Fara spent nine years as the lead drummer for Les Merveilles de Guinea (The Wonders of Guinea) under the tutelage of West Africa’s most influential director and choreographer, Kemoko Sano. Fara is a keeper of the history, the music, and the dance in his culture. He holds a vision to build a school of Music, Dance and Education in his home of Guinea, West Africa.

Fara has performed with many of the world’s premier musicians including Mamady Keita, Burning Spear, Neil Young, Sekouba Bambino, Otis Taylor, Joe Cocker, Youssou N’Dour, Salif Keita Habibe Koite, B.B. King, Oumou Sangare, and many more…

Fara’s performance style has been described as mystical as he dazzles audiences around the world. As the director of Kissidugu, he has expanded his depth of knowledge to the realm of musical arrangement and choreography. Fara has a magical way of teaching everything from the basics to the beautiful intricacies of West African percussion to Western players of all levels and ages. His energetic and compassionate teaching style make him one of the most sought after drum and dance instructors in the United States.

Learn more at kissidugu.org and see the 'Arts' tab for more on Lavaroots.

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Ka'ahele

Kaahele is a Hawaiian word for “Journey” and the musical name of Kelly Hyde. Her lyrics are clever, uplifting, and comical, bringing awareness and at the same time making light of the human situation. Her music covers an array of folk, reggae, bluegrass, and her own special flavor. Kaahele speaks to the separation between the modern and natural world. She represents nomadic culture, holding respect for native people, and reaching out to those who could use a fresh point of view. Her songs are full of food for thought, and her melodies are soothing and creative. Listeners may feel inclined to laugh or be brought to tears.

Kelly’s musical studies started with trumpet from 4th to 10th grade, leading to guitar. She mostly learned to play by ear. in A spark in 2009 lead her to start traveling landed her on the Big Island of Hawaii. Here she found the Baritone Ukulele and a unique, free environment that allowed words and melodies to come alive and flow effortlessly. After releasing her first album Incredible Journey in February 2014, Kaahele seeks to share her music with the masses.

Kelly grew up in a small town in New York State named Callicoon on the beautiful Delaware river. Exposed to many genres at a young age, Kelly’s parents were music lovers. Her father, known as Grateful Ted, is a performing musician to this day. Paul Simon, The Beatles, Bob Marley, Talking heads, and Peter Tosh were often in the background during her youth. Kelly learned to operate the turn tables and listen to records in her free time at a young age. Her first memory is bobbing up and down on the floor of the kitchen to Simon and Garfunkel’s “Cecilia.” Often performing as a solo artist, Kaahele is occasionally accompanied by the cajon, and bass guitar. When on the Big Island she can be found playing with the band “Kaahele and the Isness”, based out of Hawi. During tours in the States, she is often accompanied by pianist, and overall well rounded musician Stephen Faubel, who also brings drums, guitar and harmonies to the stage, as well as bassist Sean Murray. She has opened up for artists such as Medicine for the People, Tubby Love, Dustin Thomas, SaraTone, Pato Banton , and Chris Barren and the Time Bandits.

Check out more from Ka'ahele at kahelemusic.com

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Llosh & Found

Llosh & Found is a new and upcoming group of musicians local to the Big Island of Hawaii. Lead singer/songwriter Llosh Winnie, has been performing music since 2006 dating back to days in Seattle. He has recently added the talents of Austin Riegh Hall (Bass), Virgil Zeidman (Cajon, Ukulele, Vocals), and Maylan Ackerman (Vocals, Guitar, Keys).
They are also excited to be featuring the talents of Kaahele, a Big Island-based solo artist providing Vocal Harmonies and the sounds of the Baritone Ukulele.


Llosh & Found is a blend of Soul/Rock and Roots music. All the songs they perform are original with the intention to touch the hearts, minds and souls of their audience.

Llosh.com
Llosh & Found on Facebook

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The Uprising Movement

The Uprising movements call to action is one to inspire.
With a unique sound influenced by elements of hip hop, folk and reggae combined with powerful lyricism. And shows that blend an almost seamless improvisational element. This new band is quickly growing a grassroots following.

"Music has the power to heal and transform. We are honored to serve as messengers and understand the responsibility of being on this platform. Our purpose is to uplift, inspire, educate and unify our youth and all people towards positive growth and real change."

Get a taste of The Uprising Movement at: soundcloud.com/the-uprising-movement.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
jeffreyjames2 webJeffrey James Show

Jeffrey James has been writing music for fourteen years. James launched "The Jeffrey James Show" in May, 2013, followed by his debut release Home Again (2013). The Jeffrey James Show creates upbeat, inspiring folk music. One can hear influences of the Hawaiian Island vibes mixed with the spiritual power of Bob Marley & Trevor Hall, with an overall current of soothing, relaxing melodies similar to Jack Johnson. James has earned his stripes as a road warrior completing six national tours in a year and a half. James has performed over 150 shows since January 2015 including the most recent Give Back Tour. Highlights include performing at two sold out festivals (Project Earth, Shangri-LA) as well as The Telluride Mushroom Festival (Telluride, CO) and Flow Festival 2016 (Kalapana, HI). In 2017, James will embark on a Give Back World Tour spreading his musical medicine. ‘Give Back’ is The Jeffrey James Show’s first album with a full band and features world renowned Tim Snider on Violin, Cello, Guitar, and Percussion. ‘Give Back’ also features current members of Medicine for the People and officially released on May 1st, 2016.

Connect with The Jeffrey James Show at: soundcloud.com/thejeffreyjamesshow

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Kaila Weaver

Kaila Weaver was raised in small Northwestern towns and from a young age has dug deeply to bring up the roots of forgotten cultures. When she was 14 and living in a suburban neighborhood, music came as a way to nurture the natural mystic and cultivate freedom in a world searching for the soul. From the melodic finger-picking, to folk, to funky-reggae style rhythm, Kaila Weaver's colorful guitar playing and deeply resonate vocals serve as a universal bridge for lyrics of unity and connection for the collective unveiling of the spirit that moves through us all. Passionate and expansive performances gathers and connects listeners of all generations and walks of life. From the stage, the street, to the garden Kaila is on a mission to gather community and weave through the worlds of all races, cultures, and beliefs through sharing visionary music focused on the simple solution of loving ourselves, honoring each other, and the earth. Kaila touches the hearts of people and cultivates family and fans wherever she goes.

Kaila has shared the stage with artists such as Desert Dwellers, Kaminanda, Trevor Hall, Nahko and Medicine for the People, Wookiefoot, Chris Berry, Tubby Love and One Tribe movement, Sol Seed, Mikey Pauker, Heartifact, Peia , Shea Freedom, and other beautiful musicians on stages such as Project Earth Festival, Shangri-La festival, Portal Music Festival, Optymystic Festival, Unify Festival, Duff's Garage, Madre Chocolate, YoGarden Events,The Top Hat Lounge, Elixart, Nevada City Ecstatic Dance, Oakland Ecstatic Dance, Honolulu KTOH radio, University of Montana Radio, The Trail 103.3 Radio, Kailua Farmers Market, People's Co-op farmers market, Portland Saturday Market, Missoula Childrens Theatre and more.

Listen to some of Kaila's offerings at: soundcloud.com/kailaweaver

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Faye Adinda

Faye Adinda is a soulful singer/songwriter, creating and performing songs straight from the heart. Her music vocalizes a personal journey of finding love and healing. You will find yourself easily inspired and enchanted by her catchy empowering lyrics, upbeat rhythms and melodic vocals. Faye recognizes the healing properties music, sounds and vibrations have on all physical, mental and spiritual levels. Singing and playing music has always been a crucial part of her life and has helped to overcome many challenges. Her dream is that her songs will also contribute to your spiritual peace and happiness.

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The meat n potato's of Off The Grid is Tiana Malone Jennings and Erik Avery accompanied by a large interchanging musical ohana in including Hawk Devi on Violin, and Gene Tamashiro on hand drums. Jamming together for about 5 years, they sing and talk story about living off grid, keeping a high vibration, and playing music in ancient frequencies of DNA repair. Recently they won a Big Island Music Award for best EP, and open for Jeff Peterson at the Mauli Ola Festival.

To connect with them check out www.offthegridmusic.org.

cosmic serenityCosmic Serenity

We are Two fellow luminous beings who uprooted from Galveston, Texas riding the wave of musical medicine. With a side note of comedy, and eccentric yet eclectic style of fashion, and a folky sound and gypsy vibe that amps up a crowd and keeps you moving your head, tapping your feet... or just get up and lay the boogie down! We have had the honor to perform at festivals such as Bob Fest(Tx), Arise Festival(Co), Project Earth(Mn), Shangri La(Mn), and Flow Fest(Hi). The vision behind this project is to spread spiritual healing and awareness worldwide. We all know change is needed in this world drastically, but we cant change until we all realize our potential in each and every one of us. We know that, together, we are all the change!

Connect with Cosmic Serenity at cosmicserenitymusic.com


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Born Michael James Hooser Jr on the the Big Island of Hawaii, Mikey Fiyah "The Messenjah" is a long time veteran of the live music scene. With soulful delivery to the conscious lyrical content of his original music "The Messenjah" truly delivers!

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Ydine

Ydine is a soulful songstress based out of Hawaii. She performs throughout the islands as a solo artist and with her band AnOtherEvolution, an ever-evolving ensemble of local musicians. The beautiful compilation of a Cuban mother and Norwegian father, Ydine has cultivated a uniquely diverse musical style that cannot be defined by any particular genre. Her family origins and experiences thus far, such as sailing extensively throughout the South Pacific, traveling abroad, and living on farms throughout Hawaii, have heavily influenced all aspects of her music. Her lyrical poetry calls upon humanity to reach its fullest potential: to preserve our delicate ecosystems for future generations, to cultivate empathy and hold space in our hearts for those around us, and to go through this life fostering inquisitive and inspiring minds.

Connect with Ydine at ydinemusic.com

Coqui Frogs and Fire Ants

coqui frogsIn our efforts to preserve the established ecosystems in North Kohala, we ask that everyone please fireantsthoroughly check their cars, bags, clothes, etc. for Coqui Frogs and Fire Ants before leaving home. Please leave these critters and any plants and organic materials at home.






Zero - Waste Event 

We committed to making tis a zero-waste event. We have deep gratitude and respect for the festival grounds, and are committed to serving as stewards of the land. To make this possible, we request that all festival attendees be mindful of their impact. We will have designated areas for all rubbish and recycling. Please kokua and do your part to leave no trace!

Off the Grid 

As this is also an off the grid event, there will be limited water and electricity. Please be sure to bring plenty of water to the event with you, as it will be a warm and sunny day. Don't forget to wear sunscreen!

Handicap Accessibility

As this is an off the grid event, there are no paved roads or trails. The festival grounds are comprised of rolling hills/pasture land, with dirt roads, and gravel paths leading up to the area. There will be a handicap accessible lua available near the Hawaiian Village, and floating volunteers to assist with any needs in this arena.

Permaculture Presentations Schedule (Education Tent):

1:30-2:30: Donna Maltz: "From the Soil to Your Soul"

2:30-3:30: Bobby Grimes: "Bamboo with Bobby G- Growing, Harvest, Curing, Design & Build!"

3:30-4:30: Jenn Rasmussen: "Intuitive Treatment Free Beekeeping" 

4:30-5:30: Zach Mermel: "Teaming with Fungi: Recruiting Mycelium for Farmscape Repair"

5:30-6:30: Ilana Stout: "Seedy Times on Hawai'i Island: an overview of local seed preservation projects and introductory seed saving techniques"

Educational Talk Story Offerings (at Hawaiian Village Tent):

2:00-3:00: Cindy Kuʻupua Whitehawk: "The Traditional Art of Lauhala Weaving" and "Traditional Method of Creating Niʻihau ʻIpu"

3:00-3:45: Jerry Konanui: "ʻAwa Propagation"

4:00-4:45: Jerry Konanui: "Kalo Revision Updates"

Hawaiian Village Activities

Kanu O Ka ʻĀina is a Hawaiian-focused, project-based charter school located in Waimea, South Kohala. 2016 marks the fourth year that Kumu KiTeya Belford-Smith brings a group of student volunteers from his ‘Āi Pono (Food Sovereignty) class to the Kohala ʻĀina Festival. This year the students from Kanu will facilitate games of strategy and skill at the Hawaiian Village to celebrate the beginning of the Makahiki season. The games are ʻulu maika, moa pāheʻe, ʻōʻō ʻihe, and kōnane. All four games are open to Festival attendees all afternoon, free of charge.

We're pleased to present the following activities as part of the Hawaiian Village:

  • Kanu O Ka ʻĀina PCS - Pāʻani Makahiki (Makahiki Games)
  • Chantal Chung - ʻOhe Kapala (Bamboo Stamp Designing and Printing)
  • Shayne Keahi Tomas - Paʻiʻāi (Pounding Taro)
  • "Coconut" Cathy McVay Black - Lau Niu (Weaving with Coconut Fronds)
  • Keoni Aweau Turalde - Kālai Pahu (Drum Carving)

Read more about craftswoman/educator Coconut Cathy and craftsman/educator Uncle Keoni below!

Educator Biographies

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Jerry Konanui is a Native Hawaiian mahi‘ai (farmer) and educator who works with botanical gardens, community organizations, and individuals throughout Hawai‘i to collect, identify, grow, maintain, harvest and process mea kanu (plants) and food crops.

Get a taste of Uncle Konanui's wisdom by checking out this video, where he shares about Kalo, Biodiversity, Ancient Wisdom, and Modern Science: www.youtube.com/watch






Zach WildEdiblePlants webZach Mermel

Zach Mermel "Fungi Focused Permaculture" 4:30-5:30: One part ecologist, one part horticulturist, one part land planner, Zach Mermel’s work and education in ecological design have taken him across the Hawaiian archipelago, the U.S. mainland, and beyond. An interdisciplinary designer, Zach holds a master’s degree in ecological design from the Conway School. Born and raised on Hawai’i Island, Zach is intimately familiar with the different microclimates and multifunctional organisms of our unique island home.







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Bobby Grimes is the Director of Development and Operations for Hawai'i Agriculture, Energy and Earth Products and serves as Chief Operating Officer of Haina Mill Earth Products. He worked as an automotive engineer with General Motors in his hometown of Detroit and left traditional engineering to pursue his interests to improve the world through non-traditional paths. Relocating to Hawaii, Bobby has become expert in areas of agriculture and soils and built a consulting practice focused on sustainability in Hawaii, has converted his finish carpentry skills to becoming renowned for his work with bamboo as a building product and has been passionate for most of the past decade about the re-development and re-birth of the old Hamakua Sugar Mill property that is the centerpiece of this project. A vocal participant in all that he does, Mr. Grimes was an executive board member of the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association. Mr. Grimes is a resident of Hawaii, with his home and farm close to the Haina Mill Property in Honaka'a, Bobby has become involved with the life-long residents and organizations that support the drive to bring jobs, income, productivity and a better life to the island.

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Donna Maltz

Learn how to strengthen your immune and digestive systems through fermented foods. Eating foods that are rich in enzymes, enlivens your life, from the Soil to your Soul! Observe simple methods in culturing Vegetables, Kavas, Kombucha and also in making Natural Cleaning Products.
Chef Donna Maltz is a Soil to Soul entrepreneur, farm to table restaurant owner, wellness and business consultant. As an environmental activist, she is passionate about doing her part in contributing to a peaceful thriving world for people and the planet. Donna also teaches culinary classes and mentors budding entrepreneurs. She is the author of a childrens book, and will soon publish her next book, “Soil to Soul Entrepreneurship: True Prosperity". Maltz graduated from the Organic Farm Program at Evergreen State College in 1982. She has over 33 years of experience in socially and ecologically responsible business entrepreneurship, including going national with the first organic cocoa and chocolate syrup in the nation. She serves as a business advisor for HIP Ag.

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Jen "Bee" Rasmussen

Jen Rasmussen started learning about bees about eight years ago here on the Big Island. After a few months working with bees, several pests & diseases made their way to the Big Island. The learning curve was rough for many bees and their keepers. Several beekeepers lost their bees and struggled to recover. At this time Jen Rasmussen began her journey learning how to care for bees with these new pests & diseases without the use of chemical treatments.

Over the years the bees have grown strong and capable of protecting and sustaining their hives. It may be witnessed at Paradise Nectar Apiaries, even after many losses, the strong bees survive, and create the new hives that will repopulate the apiary. Jen Rasmussen encourages strong hygienic behavior in the hives and teaches how to provide preventative hive management that will keep bees healthy and strong. To learn more about intuitive treatment-free beekeeping visit www.paradisenectar.com.

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Coconut Cathy

Cathy McVay Black was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Alaska and Washington State, where she started a career as a young journeyman jeweler. Cathy first arrived on The Big Island in 1986. She has since become a mother of 5 children and hanai mother to her husband's 3 children.

When Cathy first arrived in Hawaii she did not have much knowledge of coconut trees other than fascinating images she'd seen throughout the years in movies and on television. In 1993 Cathy decided to try selling her jewelry and art at Rainbow Falls, a popular attraction on The Big Island. It was there she met a lady named Diane who wove coconut leaves.The two became friends and Diane offered to teach Cathy a number of different coconut leaf
weavings, which Cathy quickly learned and excelled at.

Although Cathy was not able to continue selling her crafts at Rainbow Falls, she found a “home away from home” in Kaimu, where she met Uncle Robert and the Keliihoomalu ohana. Although the scene at Uncle Robert's Awa Bar has drastically changed over the years into a flourishing hub of activity, Cathy can still be found there on occasion at her small stand on the hillside above the cul-de-sac.

Over the years Cathy and her husband have shared the art and beauty of coconut leaf weavings with hundreds of people from all around the world. They have shared their knowledge of the art in both public and private classes and continue to do so. For Cathy, it is a crucial art and
craft that is very grounded in the Earth and one of it's most special and sacred trees, the pi'i niu or coconut tree.

Whether its functional baskets, or novelty toys for the keiki,Cathy and her husband look forward to the honor of continuing to share this special, sustainable craft with as many others as possible.

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Born in Ka'alaia Ko'olaupoko, O'ahu, Hawai'i in 1956. He kanaka kālai 'o ia. He is a carver and crafter who lives in Hilo, Hawai'i. Keoni is also the care-taker of Lihikai Hawaiian Cultural Learning Center down at Onekahakaha Beach Park. This is where you can find Keoni still perfecting his art of 50 years on a daily basis.

 
 
 
 
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Ilana Stout is a sustainability educator and an avid gardener. She teaches at Hawaii'i Community College and does outreach work for the Hawai'i Public Seed Initiative, a project of the Kohala Center. Ilana is also a Master's degree candidate in the Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science Program at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo. Her research uses community-based surveys and interviews with local seed keepers to identify heritage varieties of food and medicinal plants that were brought to Hawai'i during the plantation era.

 
 
 
 

Cindy Kuʻupua Whitehawk

Bio coming soon!

Keiki Tent Schedule:

Ongoing crafts, games, and educational demonstrations, including juggling lessons and aerial skills with North Kohala Public Library, Blue Zones Project, Circus Ohana, Tutu & Me, and Leilani Silver: 1:00 - 6:00 pm

Bounce House: 1:00 - 5:00 pm

Collaborative Rug Weaving Project with Leilani Silver: 1:00 - 3:00

Circus Ohana Mini Shows - hula hoop, juggling, acrobatics, & magic: 2:30 - 3:00 pm and 5:00 - 5:30 pm

Puppet Show with Frank Asch: 2:00 - 2:30 pm

Keiki Cooking Demonstration with Blue Zones Project: 3:30 - 4:30 pm

Face Painting with Cynthia Buckles: 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Scavenger Hunt with Leilani Silver: 3:30 - 4:30 pm

Storytelling: Dragons, Trolls, & Magic with Leilani Silver  1:30 - 2:00 pm

Keiki Zone Activities:

  • Craft table, storytelling, scavenger hunt, and educational displays sponsored by North Kohala Public Library
  • Spin art powered bicycle and cooking demonstration, sponsored by Blue Zones Project
  • Gardening demonstration sponsored by Tutu & Me
  • Juggling lessons, aerial silks, hula hoop, acrobatics, and magic sponsored by Circus Ohana.

Keiki Zone Facilitators:

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Frank Asch

Frank Asch lives in Kapa'au. Best known for his Moonbear series he has published over 80 children's books in forty year plus career as a writer and illustrator of children's books. More recently he enjoys working with local kid's groups, and preforming his own special style of story-telling with puppets.



CynthiaBuckles webCynthia Buckles

Cynthia lives in North Kohala and travels around the big island entertaining with face and body painting as well as Henna and body glam for parties and private appointments. She is happy to help support education and believes in the importance of inspiring creativity in children. And in children knowing how to garden, and encouraging their interest in eating local organic whole fresh foods. She currently has 2 children ages 4 and 5. Learn more about Cynthia at www.facebook.com/fairbanksfacepainting



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Leilani Silver

Leilani Silver is the Youth Services Librarian at the North Kohala Public Library. She is dedicated to serving the youth of North Kohala by promoting a love of reading and life-long learning. She is known for her storytelling in the library and among North Kohala schools. Born and raised on the Big Island, Leilani has a deep connection to the land and is passionate about sustainability and cultivating a healthy planet for future generations.





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Cirque Ohana is a new non profit organization serving the communities of North Hawaii and is excited to be sharing the fun of the circus at such a special and powerful community event!

Founded by Graham Ellis, best known for directing the “HICCUP circus” for 30 years, Cirque Ohana teaches ‘kids of all ages’ how to have fun with circus arts and presently offers programs at 6 local schools and at Kahilu Theatre. They also organize winter and summer circus camps open to everyone.

The Cirque team of instructors includes Ari Luce – Juggler and Clown, Kat Reuss- Aerialist and Acrobat, Vicky Roos – Aerialist and Dancer, Ray Rivera – Poi and Fire arts practitioner and several talented young apprentices.
If you want to have fun with juggling, unicycling, stilt walking, acrobatics or aerial arts contact them at www.cirqueohana.org

ISLAND CUISINE

“We pay the doctor to make us better when we should really be paying the farmer to keep us healthy.” - Robyn O'Brien

HIP Agriculture strongly believes that our food is our medicine. This year at Kohala Aina Festival, food and beverage vendors from all over Big Island will be selling organic, locally-sourced, high-vibration meals for your daily dose of farm-fresh medicine!  Hawi's Kava Kafe will be pouring awa and there will be two frozen sweet vendors to cool your palate. Fresh coconuts will be available all day at our Niu Lani Coco Bar.

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Cirque Ohana is a new non profit organization serving the communities of North Hawaii and is excited to be sharing the fun of the circus at such a special and powerful community event!

Founded by Graham Ellis, best known for directing the “HICCUP circus” for 30 years, Cirque Ohana teaches ‘kids of all ages’ how to have fun with circus arts and presently offers programs at 6 local schools and at Kahilu Theatre. They also organize winter and summer circus camps open to everyone.

The Cirque team of instructors includes Ari Luce – Juggler and Clown, Kat Reuss- Aerialist and Acrobat, Vicky Roos – Aerialist and Dancer, Ray Rivera – Poi and Fire arts practitioner and several talented young apprentices.

If you want to have fun with juggling, unicycling, stilt walking, acrobatics or aerial arts contact them at www.cirqueohana.org.

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igknight fire tribeIgknight Fire Tribe

Igknight Fire Tribe is performing arts group specializing in fire dancing, object manipulation, and acrobatics based on the Big Island of Hawaii. Founded by members Ray Rivera and Jeramiah Morgan, Igknight Fire Tribe has something to offer any event! From intimate camp fires to full scale corporate events and beyond, Igknight is sure to light up any event!

Learn more about the Tribe at: www.facebook.com/Igknightfiretribe




kelly yoga web 2Yoga with Kelly Stern

Kelly Stern’s (ERYT-500hrs) passion for movement and stretching began at an early age. With a background in biogymnastics, Kelly continued to practice body oriented activities such as dance and other performing arts. While still in high school, Kelly took her first yoga class and instantly fell in love with the sensations it created. Kelly began practicing many different styles of physical yoga, including Hatha, Bikram, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Jivamukti, Anusara, Kundalini, and Sivananda. She knew right away that she wanted to share this passion with others. After completing the Bikram Training in 2007, Kelly began traveling and sharing yoga with others. She continued her yoga training in Bali in 2009 with Radiantly Alive’s 300hr Vinyasa training and returned to Bali to participate in the Level 2 modules where she completed her 500hr Advanced Teaching certification. Kelly has continued to travel, teaching mostly in Hawaii, Oregon, Florida, Costa Rica, and Bali. Kelly has studied with amazing teachers from all over the world and continues to work with and support teacher trainings in Bali and Hawaii. She feels blessed to have come across something in her life that she feels so passionate about and loves sharing it with others. She continues to grow as a student everyday.

Kelly will be offering yoga at 1:45 pm in the Main White Tent:

Ground Yourself
Be expressive, be abundant, be grounded in the truth of who you are. Together we will move through awareness and intention to create a clear foundation for our day at Kohala Aina Festival. Through conscious breathing and movement, we will root deep into a grounding practice.

Learn more about Kelly at yogardenhawaii.com

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Hula Halau o Manaʻolana o Kohala Kumu Manaʻolana

Manaʻolana Keawe was born and raised in North Kohala on Hawai`i Island. In 1996, Manaʻolana joined Nā Huapala o Hawaiʻi, Halau Hula o Haʻalelea, which was founded by Kumu Hula Raylene Haʻalelea Kawaiaiʻa. As her student, she participated in the Kīlauea Volcanoe National Park, Kamehameha Day events, assisted in teaching students from Kohala Middle School and Ke kula ʻo Ehunuika malino, Hawaiʻi Imersion School in Kealakekua, Kona, and entered several Malia Craverʻs hula competions on Oahu.

In September 2008,Manaʻolana was invited to perform in Europe, in  countries including Hungary, (Budapest), Poland (Warsaw), and the Czech Republic (Prague) with Kumu Raylene as her olapa. She was her dedicated student untill her kumu's passing. On July 2012, Hula Halau o Manaʻolana o Kohala was formed in North Kohala. She has supported and participated in many events throughout the community. She has also participated in the rights to Uniki as a Kumu, with Kumu Keala Ching. Her goal is to teach Hawaiian Culture and to pass along all she has learned from her nā Kumu.

Kissidugu West African All-Stars and Lavaroots Dance Company

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Bio Coming Soon!

DIRECTIONS

Inhabit Farms
53-4125 Pratt Rd.
Kapa’au, HI, 96755

This year’s festival will be held on the beautiful pastoral land of Inhabit Farms just adjacent to HIP Agriculture. We are so thankful to Inhabit Farms for generously allowing HIP Ag to host the festival so close to home. We invite you to spend the day with us on these spectacular Kohala hills with epic mauka and makai views.

Driving from Hawi, continue east on Highway 270 (Akoni Pule Highway) about 4.5 miles. Before the one-lane bridge, turn left onto Pratt Rd, which will be marked with festival signs! Continue left on Pratt Rd. (to the end of the road) and follow signs to enter festival grounds.

LODGING

There is no camping allowed at Kohala ‘Aina Festival grounds. Please come prepared to vacate the fairgrounds by 10pm.

CAMPING NEARBY:

There are campgrounds located at Kapa’a Beach Park and Mahukona Beach Park. Campgrounds are limited and available on a first-come, first served basis. There is a small fee for camping at Kapa’a and Mahukona Beach Park.

A limited number of camping spaces are available at Kumakani Farm, located in Hawi. There are showers, composting toilets, and space for your tent in exchange for $10/night. Please call Jeremy at (512)927-7321 to reserve your spot.

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11/5/16 UPDATE: All vendor applications received from here on out will be wait listed, as we are at capacity. Our needs have been met with Vendors for this year's Festival.

Thank you to all who applied and to those that will be participating in the festival! 

We are pleased to have 7 food vendors, 5 Beverage Vendors, 2 Frozen Treat Vendors, 7 Education Vendors, and 17 Arts and Crafts Vendors!


VOLUNTEER - Please Kokua!

Kohala 'Aina Festival is seeking motivated, responsible individuals to support this crucial event.

The Festival has evolved to be one of the most important events for growing the state-wide food sovereignty movement. It is a benefit to support educating local youth, training young farmers, and energizing the community around permaculture, conscious agriculture, the local food movement, and traditional Hawaiian land practices. We are so excited to gather our community in the time Lono and Makahiki season to celebrate, feast, and dance. This is a very special opportunity to serve Hawaii Island. We ask for volunteers who will bring forward gratitude, aloha, and service. With your help, we can make this momentus event the best festival ever on Big Island!

Kohala 'Aina is a labor of love, made possible by the generosity of our community and the many volunteers who offer their time each year. We are looking for 100 volunteers to help support in all areas of the festival. Join a crew focusing on one of the following: setup & breakdown (day before, day of, and day after), tent and ropes, stage & sound, promotions, food service, tea lounge, coconuts, design, tickets, signs, zero waste, parking, etc.

Volunteers receive entry ticket and a lovingly prepared meal from HIP Ag as a token of our appreciation. If you or your community organization want to volunteer, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Online Ticket Sales

Purchase your tickets in advance at www.kohalaainafestival.bpt.me


Paper Ticket Sales

Purchase you paper tickets exclusively at these local spots in Hawi, Honokaa, and Hilo:

kohala grownKohala Grown Market

Sunday - Friday: 10am - 5pm
55-3419 Akoni Pule Hwy.,
Hawi, Hawaii 96719

kohalagrownmarket.com

 

hip logo FotorHawi Farmer's Market, HiP Agriculture Booth

Saturdays 8am - 1pm
Under the Banyan Tree in Hawi, Hawaii, 96719







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Sea DandeLion Cafe and Awa Bar

45-3590 Mamane St.
Honokaa, HI 96727
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ccc FotorConscious Culture Cafe

110 Kiawe St.
Hilo, HI 9
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Frequently Asked Questions

Why the increase in ticket prices?

Due to rising costs of performers, tents, infrastructure, etc., we had to raise ticket prices to make this a sustainable event year to year. We feel our ticket prices are fair in that we provide a rich experience and diversity of offerings and education.

Is there camping available?

Please see the ‘Lodging’ tab for information on camping options.

What does the money raised support?

We are committed to educating youth and young farmers. For the past five years, we have provided quality agricultural and nutrition education to our local schools. Please see the ‘Event Details’ tab for more information on how funds from last year’s festival supported our work, and visit the ‘Education’ tab on our HiP Agriculture website for more information on our programming.

How do I apply to perform?

Musical performance slots are currently filled. We are still accepting inquirers for artistic performances (dancers, entertainers, etc.) Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply and inquire about musical performances for Kohala ‘Aina Festival 2017!

How do I apply to vend?

Please visit our ‘Vendor’ tab to apply for a booth (food, beverage, arts and crafts, etc.) or fill out our Kohala 'Aina Festival Vendor Application

How much are kids’ tickets?

Children 12 and under are admitted for free!

Is this a substance free event?

Yes, this is a drug and alcohol free event. We will be running on good spirits and high vibrations. This year we will have a designated smoking area to keep secondhand smoke away from our keiki. We will also have a ‘Sanctuary Space’ for individuals to ground and center themselves admits the excitement of the festival.

How can I be an ecologically friendly attendee?

Coqui Frogs and Fire Ants

In our efforts to preserve the established ecosystems in North Kohala, we ask that everyone please thoroughly check their cars, bags, clothes, etc. for Coqui Frogs and Fire Ants before leaving home. Please leave these critters and any plants and organic materials at home.

How can I build immunity and community?

In light of the recent introduction of the Dengue Fever to Big Island, we urge all festival participants to take mindful and reasonable precautions to prevent the spread of this mosquito-borne virus. While the venue has very limited mosquito activity due to consistent Kohala tradewinds, we encourage all participants to consider wearing long pants and long sleeves as well as bring your own bug spray to share with friends and family! Learn more about Dengue Fever at www.health.hawaii.gov.

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