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2019 Aina Fest Save the Date

Save the Date

10th Annual ʻĀina Fest

September 7th, 2019 12-9:30 pm
Kohala Village Hub

ʻĀina Fest, previously known as Kohala ʻĀina Festival, is now in its 10th year! Born out of husband and wife team Dash & Erika Kuhr’s desire to share the abundant food and vast potential for healthy living in Niuliʻi, ʻĀina Fest grows richer in offerings and attendance each year. This powerful & unique day-long event features a packed schedule of world renowned & local musicians, performing artists, hands-on land based education, Hawaiian cultural activities, keiki activities, yoga, arts & crafts vendors & an abundance of organically grown, farm fresh food.

Together, we rise up to celebrate and empower local farmers & the vibrant movement for island-wide food sovereignty. 100% of proceeds from the event support the three core pillars of HIP Agriculture’s programming: Residential Farmer Trainings, Youth Education & Community Events.

TICKETS

General Admission: $55 in advance, $65 at the door
Youth (12-17): $35 in advance, $45 at the door
Keiki 11 and under free - must be accompanied by a guardian (limited # available)

*ATTENTION*: Beware of anybody offering tickets for a reduced price. Paper tickets with the numbers 109-132 & 139-149 were stolen from one of our paper ticket outlets. They will not be honored at the festival. If you see anybody offering these tickets, please notify us immediately. If you have purchased a paper ticket in that number range, please contact us in advance and let us know where you bought them.

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MUSICIANS


Featuring: Nahko, Trevor Hall, Amber Lily & Tubby Love, Paniolo Prince & His Queen Maile, and more…

MUSICIANS


Featuring: Nahko, Trevor Hall, Amber Lily & Tubby Love, Paniolo Prince & His Queen Maile and more…

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EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITES


Food Sovereignty Panel - Perspectives from Mahi’ai and Kia’i Loko, Fruit Tree Planting Activity, Wild Edible Plant Workshop, Our Bodies, Dimensions, Chakras & Plant Medicines Workshop, Yoga and more…

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITES


Food Sovereignty Panel - Perspectives from Mahi’ai and Kia’i Loko, Fruit Tree Planting Activity, Wild Edible Plant Workshop, Our Bodies, Dimensions, Chakras and Plant Medicines Workshop, Yoga and more…

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PERFORMING ARTISTS


Featuring live performances by Cirque Hale, Ruth Aloua, Hula Halau O Kukui Aloha O Kohala

PERFORMING ARTISTS


Featuring live performances by Cirque Hale, Ruth Aloua, and Hula Halau O Kukui Aloha O Kohala

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Logistics, Directions & Lodging

Logistics, Directions & Lodging

Detailed parking map, event grounds map, overnight lodging, camping recommendations, and more.

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Regenerative Practices & Principles

Regenerative Practices & Principles

The festival has been rooted in sustainability and regenerative principles from its initiation. It serves as a model for large gatherings with high social impact and low environmental impact.

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WATCH HIGHLIGHTS FROM
2018 ʻĀINA FEST

Festival

Festival

Highlights

Highlights

WATCH HIGHLIGHTS FROM
2017 ʻĀINA FEST

'Āina Significance

'Āina Significance

Day Highlights

Day Highlights

Night Highlights

Night Highlights

Musician Spotlight

Musician Spotlight

Past ʻĀina Fest Events

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ALI'I LEVEL SPONSORS

Kohala Village HUB

The Wave 92 FM

KOA Country 107.7

KAHUNA LEVEL SPONSORS

State of Hawaii Department of Agriculture

ʻOHANA LEVEL SPONSORS

Hawaii Electric Light

Island Naturals

Big Island Coffee Roasters

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Ulu Pono Initiative

Show Systems Hawaii

Guayaki

Natural Investments LLC

Hawaiian John's

SUPPORTERS

Kohala Center

Kuleana Rum Works

Kona Brewery

Fruit Tree Planting Foundation

Kohala Center

Tropical Dreams

Sunshine Hardware

Hawaii Forest & Trail

Tropical Dreams

Hawaiian Airlines

Ola Brew

Andrew Hara

Mokulele Airlines

Ohara Design

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