Event Details

Ashland Aloha Festival

Time: August 6, 2017 from 2pm to 7pm
Location: Grizzly Peak Winery
Street: 1600 E. Nevada Street
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://grizzlypeakwinery.com/
Phone: (541) 973-6267
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Ka Pi'o O Ke Anuenue
Latest Activity: Jul 16, 2017

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Event Description

Sunday, August 6, Workshops 2:30 – 4 pm | Show 4:30 – 7 pm

Celebrating our halau’s 10th anniversary!  

Join us for an afternoon of aloha at Grizzly Peak Winery in the beautiful foothills of Ashland! Enjoy community cultural workshops for all ages, live music featuring local band Ha’ena and special guest, slack-key guitar player Stephen Inglis from O’ahu, plus an authentic hula show with traditional hula kahiko dances, accompanied by live drumming and chanting, as well as contemporary hula accompanied by our talented musicians. Ono Hawaiian food from Sunrise Cafe and wine by Grizzly Peak will be available for purchase.

TICKETS

All-Day Pass (includes Cultural Workshops and Show): Adult – $25, Child/Youth – $10 (age 12 and under)

Show Only: Adult Advance $15/ Door $20, Child /Youth – $5 (age 12 and under)

VIP: $40 – includes an All-Day Pass, Reserved Priority seating, a fresh lei, one complimentary glass of wine

Tickets available at Houston’s Gallery, 280 E Hersey #11 in Ashland, and Music Coop, 268 E. Main St. in Ashland(after July 15).

Tickets purchased through Paypal will be held at Will Call at the event. PayPal tickets will not be available after August 5. Last minute ticket buyers can purchase at the door on August 6.

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