Get ready to celebrate Native American culture at this unique event held in Hawaii's Honolulu every year.
- When? 9th and 10th September 2017
- Where? Ala Moana Beach Park
- Price: Free admission
You've done Glasto, you've rocked up at a food festival or five and you've been to too many sporting matches to count. Sure, you might think you've done every kind of festival but have you ever been to an Intertribal PowWow? Thought not.
Held for nearly half a century, Honolulu's Intertribal PowWow is an inclusive 'all are welcome' event that has historic roots - in 1974 a group of Native Americans, who lived in Honolulu, decided to establish an event that let them celebrate their culture. Since its creation, it has grown in size year after year and is now a large festival that features music, drumming workshops, dance, traditional food stalls plus native arts and crafts. A firm fixture on the city's cultural scene, this popular event attracts people of all walks of life and ethnicities.
So if you think you're the king or queen of festivals think again - this is a pretty unique event. Best of all, admission is free so you can save your pennies for next year's Glasto (again).
- Get there: Fly to Honolulu International Airport and then take a taxi to Ala Moana Regional Park. The journey will take around 15 minutes, or half an hour if you take the bus.
- Stay: Book accommodation in Ala Moana or Waikīkī to be nearby.
Visit the Honolulu Intertribal PowWow website for more information.
*We do our very best to verify the dates of our events but please check with the official event provider before booking your flights. We would hate for you to be disappointed!