The Four Seasons Resort Maui is hosting the annual Festivals of Aloha from October 28 to 30. The three-day event will feature traditional Hawaiian games, food, and entertainment.
The Festivals of Aloha have been a Maui tradition for over 50 years. The event was created to celebrate the Hawaiian culture and traditions. Every year, the festival features different activities and attractions.
In keeping with this year’s Festivals of Aloha theme, ‘Kū I Ke ՙAki’ or ‘Stand at the Highest Point,‘ the Resort’s Director of Hawaiian Programs, “Aunty Wendy” Tuivaioge, has curated special complimentary experiences that allow guests to actively participate in a variety of educational and immersive Hawaiian activities.
The weekend will begin with a traditional Opening Ceremony on Friday, Oct. 28, and will finish on Sunday, Oct. 30, with a Sounds of the Sea performance on the Resort’s Oceanfront Lawn, starring three-time Grammy-award winner Kalani Peՙa.
On Saturday, Oct. 29, guests will enjoy Hula Is the Heartbeat, a celebration of Hawaiian music with Grammy-nominated and Nā Hōkū Hanohano-award winners Na Hoā and hula showcasing three of Maui’s hula schools. The Resort’s renowned Live Aloha Market, a cultural Garden Tour, a guided Art Tour, Hawaiian Fashion and Lei Exhibitions, and more are among attractions.
The Four Seasons Resort is the perfect place to experience the Festivals of Aloha. The resort offers a variety of activities and amenities for guests to enjoy. Guests can relax by the pool, play golf, or take part in one of the many activities offered at the resort. The Festivals of Aloha is a great opportunity for guests to experience the Hawaiian culture and traditions.
The complete program of complimentary Festivals of Aloha weekend events at Four Seasons Resort Maui can be seen here. Parking is limited, and some activities will be held off-site. Wailea Event Parking, located across from Monkeypod off Wailea Ike Drive, will offer complimentary off-site parking with roundtrip shuttle service on Saturday, October 29, 2022, from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 30, 2022, from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.