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July Festivals on Oahu

Information about July festivals and celebrations on Oahu Island in Hawaii.

Haleiwa Arts Festival
Annual festival on Oahu's north shore featuring visual arts, musicians, singers, dancers, cultural trolley tours, storytellers, art demonstrations, and children's activities. The 12th Annual Haleiwa Arts Festival will take place July 18-19, 2009.

Hawaii Clean Energy Festival
Concert and festival featuring clean energy exhibits, children's games, eco-friendly food vendors, clean energy related prizes, and live entertainment. The 2009 Hawaii Powered Clean Energy Festival will take place at the Aloha Tower Marketplace on July 18, 2009 and it featured performances by Henry Kapono, Brother Noland, and the Abrigo Ohana.

Hawaii State Farm Fair
Annual agriculture fair on the grounds of the Bishop Museum featuring a 4-H livestock exhibit and auction, a fresh produce farmer's market, a huge plant sale, cooking demonstrations, a corn husking contest, a watermelon eating contest, and many different types of food. The 37th Annual Hawaii State Farm Fair will take place Saturday and Sunday, July 18-19, 2009.

Honolulu Family Festival
Annual family festival held in the Magic Island section of Ala Moana Park, usually in July or August. Activities and events at the festival typically include live music all day, food booths, and activities for kids such as puppet shows, acrobats, and games. The 2009 Honolulu Family Festival will take place July 30 through August 2, 2009 and peformers will include Henry Kapono, Holunape, Kapena, Hot Stuff, Nina Kealiiwahamana, Marlene Sai, Bev Noa, Karen Keawehawaii, Misty Kelai, Iwalani Kamahele, the Royal Hawaiian Band, and comedian Frank DeLima.

Hula Hoolauna Aloha Festival

Korean Festival of Hawaii
Annual Korean culture festival that takes place every July at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand. Features live Korean dance performances, Korean martial arts demonstrations, exhibits of Korean art and artifacts, and Korean food booths. The 8th Annual Korean Festival of Hawaii too place on July 11, 2009.

Pacific Region Talk Story Conference
The Inaugural Pacific Region Talk Story Conference organized by storyteller Jeff Gere will take place July 16-20, 2009 at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel in Waikiki. The event includes workshops, storytelling sessions, and public storytelling concerts.

Prince Lot Hula Festival
An non-competitive, all day hula festival founded in 1978 that is held every year in July at Moanalua Gardens in Honolulu's Kamananui Valley. The 32nd Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival will take place July 18, 2009.

Queen Liliuokalani Keiki Hula Competition
A hula contest for children and young people that includes a Miss Keiki Hula and Master Hula competition, and a group competition with both modern and ancient hula categories. The 34th Annual Queen Liliuokalani Keiki Hula Competition will take place July 16-18, 2009.

Surf and Music Expo
Trade show at the Blaisdell Arena is focused on surfboards and other surfing products, amny different types of popular music, and the local island lifestyle. The 2009 event took place July 31 through August 2, 2009.

Te Mahana Hiroa O Tahiti
An annual Tahitian dance competition for children and teens at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Northeast Oahu. The 9th Annual Te Mahana Hiroa O Tahiti took place July 10-11, 2009.

Ukulele Festival Hawaii
This annual ukulele festival has been presented by Honolulu ukulele school owner Roy Sakuma for nearly 40 years and it always features some of the most famous ukulele players from Hawaii and around the world. The 39th Annual Ukulele Festival Hawaii will take place at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand on Sunday, July 19, 2009.

See also:
- Other July Oahu Events
- July Events on Other Islands
- All Oahu Events



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