The Moiliili Summer Fest is a lively event that brings together the community in one of Honolulu’s oldest and most vivacious neighborhoods. The event is a collaboration between the Moiliili Hongwanji Mission, Kamehameha Schools, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Moiliili Community Center and the University of Hawaii.
Join us with family and friends for Honolulu's largest Bon Dance. Savor a variety of food choices and shop at booths by local retailers. Fun activities for the keiki will be available until 9pm with live entertainment throughout the evening.
Date: Saturday, July 2, 2016
Time: 5:00pm – 10:30pm
Location: Varsity Office Building, 1100 University Avenue
FREE PARKING will be available on the University of Hawaii campus: Music & Law School parking lot along with the top floor of the main UH structure. At the guard booth, tell them you are parking for the Moiliili Summer Fest. The shuttles will run from the UH Law School (on Dole Street) to the event site (University Avenue) from 4:45 – 10:45pm.
Check out photos from last year's event:
Event Committee • Greg Mueller, Old Town Moiliili Business Association • Nancy Shimamoto, Moiliili Hongwanji Mission • Nadine Nishioka, Moiliili Community Center • Denise Park, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii • Ron Lockwood, McCully-Moiliili Neighborhood Board • Elmer Ka'ai, University of Hawaii at Manoa • Michelle Swartman Kamehameha Schools • Aron Dote, Kamehameha Schools
• Councilmember Ann Kobayashi • Cedric Duarte, Kalaimoku Group