Experience the vibrant Hawaiian culture, delicious food, and captivating performances at the Arizona Aloha Festival in Tempe!

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The 30th Annual Aloha Festival is underway in Tempe. Shirts can be purchased to help support the recovery from the Maui fires.
The 30th Annual Aloha Festival is underway in Tempe. Shirts can be purchased to help support the recovery from the Maui fires.
The Valley is in for a treat as the Arizona Aloha Festival returns for its 30th year. From March 16-17, people can immerse themselves in Hawaiian culture, food, activities, and performances at Tempe Town Lake. It’s like a mini getaway to the Hawaiian Islands right in the desert. Every year, thousands of people flock to the festival, eager to experience the vibrant atmosphere. Vendors set up shop along the grass, offering a wide range of Hawaii-inspired products such as clothing, jewelry, handbags, leis, flower hair pieces, and even candies. And let’s not forget about the delicious food options available, from kalua pig and poke to teriyaki chicken and spam musubis. Of course, there will also be shave ice to help beat the heat of the Valley sun. One of the highlights of the festival is the captivating performances by hula and Polynesian dance groups from both the Valley and out-of-state. Through traditional hula, Tahitian, and Samoan dances, festivalgoers can learn more about the rich Hawaiian and Polynesian cultures. Musicians will also share stories through song, adding to the immersive experience. In addition to all the festivities, the festival will be selling shirts to support relief efforts for the Maui fire. Not only will you have an amazing time, but you will also be making a valuable contribution to a meaningful cause. For more information about this year’s Arizona Aloha Festival, including the performance lineup and parking details, click here. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to feel the aloha spirit without leaving the Valley.

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