The Okinawan Festival is a fun Event on Oahu that celebrates all aspects of Okinawan culture.
About the Okinawan Festival:
If no one takes the time to keep them alive then the traditions of any culture can be easily lost. This Event on Oahu is a way to make sure the rich Okinawan culture and traditions are remembered and passed down to the next generation.
Attendees to this 2-day Event will enjoy cultural performances, delicious food, and much more. The Okinawan Festival is the largest ethnic festival in all of Hawaii. Thousands participate and thousands attend. If you’ll be on the Island at the beginning of September then this Event on Oahu will make a great addition to your itinerary.
Other highlights of the Okinawan Festival, which has been an annual Event on Oahu since 1982, are the mini-procession through Kapiolani Park, arts and crafts vendors, taiko drum performances, dance performances, and martial arts demonstrations.
You’ll find something for all ages. Kids activities ensure that even young attendees will have a great time. For a small fee, your child can dress up in colorful, traditional attire for a photo that will be a long-lasting reminder of your time spent on Oahu.
Our Honolulu Hotel is ideally-located near this and other top Events on Oahu. Courtyard by Marriott offers some of the best rates on the Island, but you won’t sacrifice location when you choose to stay at our Hotel. Our guests are within walking distance of Dining and Shopping options and just a short walk to Waikiki Beach.
The Okinawan Festival is a can’t-miss Event on Oahu for anyone interested in learning about the rich Okinawan culture. Add this exciting, family-friendly Event to your list of Things to do on Oahu during your September visit.