Prince Kuhio Ho’olaule’a Festival coming to Henderson, Nevada

Travel
to Henderson, Nevada, to experience island fever during the annual
Prince Kuhio Ho’olaule’a Festival, one of Southern Nevada’s largest
Hawaiian and Pacific Islander celebrations, Saturday, Sept.
10 to Sunday, Sept. 11. Located just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip
and McCarran International Airport, several Henderson resorts and hotels
offer affordable accommodations associated with this
event that showcases a fusion of Hawaiian, Polynesian and Tahitian
culture, music and food.

 

Now
in its 21st year, Ho’olaule’a has grown into a big event. In
fact, more than 40,000 people are expected to attend, with many
traveling from other states and countries, including the Philippines and
Tahiti, to experience the sights, sounds and smells of home.

 

Guests
will enjoy a variety of top island entertainment such as the festival’s
headliner Holunape, an award-winning trio known for amazing audiences
with their traditional and contemporary Hawaiian tunes.


In addition,
Ho’olaule’a will incorporate Hawaiian hula dancing and Japanese drumming
demonstrations. Other highlights of the event include a mixture of ‘ono
(delicious) delicacies, Healthy Living Pavilion and Na Mea Village,
where natives and islanders-at-heart will have a chance to learn how to
make crafts such as a haku lei, ribbon leis, kukui nut key chains, lei
hulu and kapa stamping.

 

To make a reservation at one of Henderson’s many luxurious properties, refer to VisitHenderson.com or call (877) 775-5252.

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