2016

2016 Halau Performing

Mo`olelo o Moanalua

The 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival

Hālau Hula Line-Up

Day 1, Saturday, July 16 – 9 am to 4 pm

9:00 am Welcome and sponsor acknowledgements, Kimo Kahoano
9:05 am Opening procession, Malia Kau Awards Presentation
9:30 am Hālau Hula o Maiki, Kumu Hula Coline Aiu
9:55 am Na Pualei O Likolehua, Kumu Hula Niuliʻi Heine
10:20 am Joan S. Lindsey Hula Studio, Kumu Hula Joan Lindsey
10:45 am Ka Pā Nani ʻO Lilinoe, Kumu Hula Lilīnoe Lindsey
11:10 am Hālau Nā Mamo O Ka Liko Maile O Kohala, Kumu Hula Kapua Francisco
11:35 am Ka Hale I o Kahala Hālau Hula, Kumu Hula Leimomi I-Maldonado
12 Noon Lunch Break – Royal Hawaiian Band Concert
1:00 pm Welcome back, sponsor acknowledgements and proclamations – Kimo Kahoano
1:10 pm Ka Ipu Haʻa ʻo Kekauʻilani—Na Pua Hala ʻo Kauai, Kumu Hula Puna Kalama Dawson
1:35 pm Hālau Hula O Namakahulali, Kumu Hula Shirley Recca
2:00 pm Hālau Hula O Kukunaokala, Kumu Hula Elsie Ryder
2:25 pm Hālau Mōhala ‘Ilima, Kumu Hula Mapuana De Silva
2:50 pm Ka Lā Ōnohi Mai O Ha‘eha‘e Hālau, Nā Kumu Hula Tracie and Keawe Lopes
3:15 pm Hālau Ho`oulu I Ke Kapa, Kumu Hula Leimomi Kiyono
3:35 pm Pau – Hawai‘i Aloha
Note: Times are approximate and subject to change.

Day 2, Sunday, July 17 – 10 am to 3 pm

10:00 am Welcome, sponsor acknowledgements, recognition of Malia Kau awardees – Kimo Kahoano
10:05 am Opening Procession – Knights of the Orthodox Order of St. John, Hawaiʻi Priory
10:10 am Concert by Raiatea Helm
10:30 am Hālau Maunalei, Kumu Hula Lelehua Bray
10:55 am Hālau Hula Kamamolikolehua, Kumu Hula Pohai Souza
11:20 am Hālau Hula ‘O Kaleipuaimilia, Kumu Hula Makalapua Bernard
11:45 am Pua Ali‘i ‘Ilima, Nā Kumu Hula Vicky Holt Takamine and Jeffrey Kānekaiwilani Takamine
12 Noon Lunch Break – Royal Hawaiian Band Concert
1:00 pm Welcome, sponsor acknowledgements – Kimo Kahoano
1:05 pm Hālau Hula Ka No‘eau, Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang
1:30 pm Hālau Haʻa Hula ʻO Kekauʻilani–Na Pua Hāla O Kailua, Kumu Hula Charlani Kalama
1:55 pm Hālau Hoʻola ʻO Waipao, Kumu Hula Kapualani McElroy
2:15 pm Hālau Hula ʻO Hokulani, Kumu Hula Hokulani De Rego
2:35 pm Pau – Hawaiʻi Aloha
Note: Times are approximate and subject to change.

 

2016 – PLHF Japanese Press Release

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モアナルアガーデン財団(MGF) が第 39 回プリンス・ロット・フラフェスティバルを

2016 7 16 ()7 17 ()に開催!

(ハワイ州ホノルル発)

モアナルアガーデン財団(MGF)は、「モエレオ・オ・モアナルアモアナルアの物語」と題して、

「プリンス・ロット・フラフェスティバル」第 39 回大会を、2016 7 16 ()の午前 9 時から午後

4 時までと、翌 17 ()の午前 10 時から午後 3 時まで、二日間にわたり、モアナルアガーデンで開催 します。これは、ハワイの非競技フラフェスティバルの中で最大規模で、かつて禁止されたフラをこの モアナルアの地で復活させたロット・カプアイワ王子を称え、毎年開催されているものです。

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モアナルアガーデンは、オアフ島ホノルルでも、ハワイの歴史と文化を伝える最も美しい場所の一 つで、かつて植物園だったこの地には、歴史的な建造物とともに、日立製作所のCM「この木なんの 木」で知られるモンキーポッドをはじめ、珍しい樹木や草花が見られます。

「毎年恒例のプリンス・ロット・フラフェスティバルが、地元の方々にも、来訪者の方々にも深い 感銘を与え、たくさんの方々が楽しんでくださっているのを目にするのは、大きな喜びです。」と語 るのは、MGFのエクゼクティブディレクターであり、会長を務めるアリカ・ジャマイル。「今年も クムフラ(各フラ団体の主宰者)や後援者の方々から厚い支持を頂き、昨年と同様、二日間にわたっ て、ハワイに本部を置くハラウ(フラ団体)の州外支部からも出演者を招き、大規模なフラの祭典を 行います。今回も、いくつか新企画をご用意しており、詳細については、のちほどお知らせする予定 です。」

2016 年のプリンス・ロット・フラフェスティバルは、 名だたるハラウフラ(フラ団体)がライン ナップし、カヒコと呼ばれる古典フラや、アウアナと呼ばれるモダンフラのパフォーマンスを次々と 繰り広げます。出演者は、現在ハワイにわずかしか遺されていない、パフラと呼ばれるマウンドの上 で踊りを披露します。

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当日は、ハワイのローカルフードや軽食を終日販売するほか、限定版のTシャツやお土産用のバッ チも販売。その売り上げは大会開催の費用に充てる計画です。

入場料は無料ですが、かわりにバッチをご購入頂くというかたちで、MGFへの寄付を募り、それ を大会開催の基金に充当します。

ハワイ在住者はもちろんのこと、観光客の方々も、大歓迎。ビーチチェアやビーチマットなどをご 持参のうえ、モアナルアガーデンに心地のよい木陰を作っているモンキーポッドの下で、数々の催し やローカルフードをお楽しみ頂けます。なお、商用目的の写真撮影はお断りしています

当フラフェスティバルには、ハワイ観光庁Hawaii Tourism Authorityをはじめ、ハワイ州文化芸術 財団State Foundation on Culture and the Arts)、ハワイ関連業務局Office of Hawaiian Affairs) 、ホノル ル市、ハワイアン航空、サーブコ&RM トウィル基金Servco and RM Towill Foundations)、パシャ・ハ ワイ、マトソン・ナビゲーション、ファースト・ハワイアン銀行、ハワイ観光局Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau)、オアフ観光局Oahu Visitors Bureau)、ザ・ホノルル・スター・アドバタイザー、 ミッドウィーク、オレロ・コミュニティー・メディア他、数多くの企業や団体がスポンサーとして参

加しています。

のちにカメハメハ5世として王に君臨したロット王子の名前を冠して、1978 年、MGFにより創始 されたプリンス・ロット・フラフェスティバルは、毎年、ハワイ内外2万名にも及ぶ来場者を迎え、 好評を博しています。モアナルアの地でフラを復活させたことで名高いロット王子がとくに好んだレ クリエーションスポットといわれるのが、このモアナルアでもありました。その王子の夏の別荘が、 今もモアナルアガーデンの敷地内に遺されています。

今回のフェスティバルに参加するフラ団体、およびパフォーマンスの詳細なスケジュールについては、 後日、改めて発表いたします。MGFについての詳細は、以下の公式ホームページをご覧頂くか、お電 話でお問合わせください。

公式ホームページ: www.moanaluagardensfoundation.org

お問合わせ先:808-839-5334

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1970 年に非営利団体として設立されて以来、モアナルアガーデン財団(MGF)は、カマナヌイバレ ーとモアナルアガーデン地区における教育と祝祭、その社会的責務の実行を通して、ハワイ古来の文化 や環境、人々を保護し、存続させることを使命としています。MGFは、助成金や寄付金を大会開催の 費用に充てています。献金やメンパーシップについてのお問合わせ、お申込みについては、公式ホーム ページ www.moanaluagardensfoundation.org をご覧ください。

プリンス・ロット・フラフェスティバルの facebook ページも、ぜひご覧ください。 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Prince-Lot-Hula-Festival-presented-by-Moanalua-Gardens- Foundation/128620033827351

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※ 当フラフェスティバルの写真提供、および詳細につきましては、下記までお問合わせください。

【 お問合わせ先 】

ディベロップメント&マーケティング コンサルタント ポリーン・ウォーシャム(Pauline Worsham)

電話:808-497-4084

Eメール:pauline@pmwconsult.com

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2016 Prince Lot Hula Festival

 

Bus Transportation | Parking | Map of Gardens


39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival at Moanalua Gardens Will Feature Twenty Hālau Hula, Appearances by Kuana Torres Kahele and Raiatea Helm and Special Tribute to Malia Kau Award Recipients nihongo 

Prince Lot Hula FestivalMo`olelo O Moanalua…Stories of Moanalua, the 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival taking place on Saturday, July 16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, July 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will showcase twenty of Hawai`i’s finest hālau hula (hula groups) over the festival weekend. A performance line-up is attached.

The largest non-competitive hula exhibition in Hawai‘i, the festival is held at spectacular Moanalua Gardens each year to honor Prince Lot Kapuāiwa who reprised the once forbidden hula in the district of Moanalua. It is presented by Moanalua Gardens Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and perpetuating Hawaii’s native culture and natural resources.

Festival highlights include a stunning ho`ike (program) honoring 2016 Malia Kau Award recipients Kumu Hula Coline Aiu and Kimo Keaulana on Saturday at 9:15 am.

Also, Nā Hōkū Hanohano award-winning vocalists Kuana Torres Kahele and Raiatea Helm will be participating as special guests. Kuana will be signing CDs and his Make Lei DVDs, and will preview his Kuana elegant culture line of Ni`ihau shells and 14k gold jewelry. He will be at The Mountain Apple Company booth beginning at 10 am on both Saturday and Sunday.

Raiatea will headline the Opening Ceremony on Sunday, July 17 at 10 am and will sign her CDs, including her newest release He Leo Huali, at the booth following her concert.

Other highlights include noon concerts by the Royal Hawaiian Band on both Saturday and Sunday, a Hawaiian-themed craft fair featuring over 35 local crafters, demonstrations of traditional Hawaiian arts by noted cultural practitioners, including lauhala weaving, kapa making, ipu making, feather lei making, ukulele making and more.

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is sponsoring poi pounding demonstrations with sampling from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday and Sunday and Ulu Maika, a rock rolling sport similar to lawn bowling, on

Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. Food vendors will offer a variety of mouth-watering local specialties featuring Hawaiian plates, shave ice, poi mochi and other island favorites.

We are very pleased to see how much the festival is enjoyed by both kama`āina and malihini,” said Alika Jamile, MGF Executive Director and President.

“This year’s celebration promises to be one of our best ever and we invite the entire community and our visitors to join us for this free uniquely Hawaiian event,” he stated.

There is no charge to attend the festival, however, a button donation to MGF is requested to raise funds to support the event.

Limited edition tee shirts and a souvenir poster will be on sale. Proceeds from these merchandise sales will help cover the costs of the festival.

The public, and visitors, are welcome to bring their low beach chairs and mats and enjoy the fun, food and festivities under the shady monkeypod trees of Moanalua Gardens. No commercial photography is allowed.

An historic and cultural treasure, Moanalua Gardens is one of the most beautiful places in Honolulu on the island of O`ahu. Once a botanical garden, it is home to legendary structures and rare trees, including the famous “Hitachi” tree.

Festival sponsors and supporters include the Hawaii Tourism Authority, State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts, Hawaiian Airlines, The Queen’s Medical Center, Matson Navigation, Royal Hawaiian Center, Hawai‘i Visitors and Convention Bureau, O‘ahu Visitors Bureau, the Honolulu Star Advertiser, MidWeek, ‘Ōlelo Community Media, Pasha Hawaii, Solar City and others.

Image_003Named in memory of Prince Lot, who later reigned as King Kamehameha V, the festival was founded in 1977 by MGF and is enjoyed by both residents and visitors each year. Moanalua was a favorite recreation spot for Prince Lot, who helped revive the hula at his gatherings in the district of Moanalua. His summer cottage can be found on the gardens’ grounds.

To view participating hālau and a festival performance schedule, Click Here or call 808.839.5334 for more information.

A non-profit organization founded in 1970, Moanalua Gardens Foundation (MGF) is committed to preserving and perpetuating the native culture and environment of Hawai’i through education and stewardship of Kamananui Valley and celebration of the annual Prince Lot Hula Festival. MGF depends upon grants and donations to cover festival costs. To make a donation or become a member please visit https://www.moanaluagardensfoundation.org.

 Go to our FaceBook Page.
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2016 Prince Lot Hula Festival

Mo`olelo O Moanalua…the stories of Moanalua

Moanalua Gardens Foundation (MGF) is pleased to announce that Mo`olelo O Moanalua…the stories of Moanalua will be the theme for this year’s 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival. In ancient times, a center of hula and chanting, Kamananui (Moanalua) Valley was a revered place for Hawaiians. Many mele (songs) and oli (chants) originated in the valley.

Join us as we share some of these special stories with you on Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17 at spectacular Moanalua Gardens in Honolulu.

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2016 Prince Lot Hula Festival

2016 Prince Lot Hula Festival

Mo`olelo O Moanalua…the stories of Moanalua

Moanalua Gardens Foundation (MGF) is pleased to announce that Mo`olelo O Moanalua…the stories of Moanalua will be the theme for this year’s 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival. In ancient times, a center of hula and chanting, Kamananui (Moanalua) Valley was a revered place for Hawaiians. Many mele (songs) and oli (chants) originated in the valley.

Join us as we share some of these special stories with you on Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17 at spectacular Moanalua Gardens in Honolulu.

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2016 Prince Lot Hula Festival

Mahalo to our Sponsors and Backers for Their Support
Of The 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival
Held Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17, 2016 at Moanalua Gardens

Moanalua Gardens Foundation (MGF) thanks all of our sponsors, donors, and benefactors for their support of “Mo`olelo o Moanalua…Stories of Moanalua,” the 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival, held on Saturday, July 16 from 9 am to 4 pm and Sunday, July 17 from 10 am to 3 pm. 

     The largest non-competitive hula event in Hawai‘i, the festival honors Prince Lot Kapuāiwa who helped to revive the hula by staging pā`ina (parties) at his summer home in Moanalua, now located at the gardens.

     “The festival would not have been possible without assistance from the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts, State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, and our many sponsors and donors” said Alika Jamile, Executive Director and President of MGF, presenter of the festival.

     “Thanks to their loyal backing, the festival continues to surpass our expectations and each year increases in both popularity and prominence as our residents and visitors discover the beauty of hula performed in spectacular Moanalua Gardens,” stated Jamile. “It was especially heartwarming to see so many people turn out as we honored two respected kumu hula with our prestigious Malia Kau,” he continued.

     A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, MGF relies on grants and donations to produce the festival which is free and open to the public. Other major festival sponsors and

supporters include Kamehameha Publishing, The Queen’s Medical Center, Matson Navigation, Royal Hawaiian Center, Hawaiian Airlines, Castiglione A. Casauria Foundation, `Ōlelo Community Media, Hawai`i Visitors and Convention Bureau, O`ahu Visitors Bureau, Honolulu Star Advertiser, MidWeek, Cadinha and Company, Pasha Hawaii Transport Lines, Solar City and other businesses, sponsors and donors.

     Opening ceremonies paid tribute to Malia Kau awardees Nā Kumu Hula Coline Aiu and Kimo Alama Keaulana, for their lifelong dedication to perpetuating our hula traditions and for sharing their love for hula at the Prince Lot Hula Festival.

     Other festival highlights included poi pounding workshops, cultural demonstrations by noted practitioners, handcrafters fair, a morning concert by the Kamehameha Alumni Glee Club, noon concerts by the Royal Hawaiian Band and more.

     Founded in 1978, the Prince Lot Hula Festival has been designated a signature cultural event by the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority (HTA). The festival’s goal is to preserve and

perpetuate the culture, language and hula traditions of Hawai‘i.

     Established in 1970, Moanalua Gardens Foundation (MGF) is committed to preserving and perpetuating the precious cultural and natural resources of our islands through education and stewardship of Kamananui (Moanalua) Valley and celebration of the Prince Lot Hula Festival at Moanalua Gardens.

    For more information about MGF, please 808.839.5334. To become of member of Moanalua Gardens Foundation, please click here.

     Join us for the 2017 festival on Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16, 2017.


Bus Transportation | Parking | Map of Gardens


39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival at Moanalua Gardens Will Feature Twenty Hālau Hula, Appearances by Kuana Torres Kahele and Raiatea Helm and Special Tribute to Malia Kau Award Recipients nihongo

Prince Lot Hula FestivalMo`olelo O Moanalua…Stories of Moanalua, the 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival taking place on Saturday, July 16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, July 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will showcase twenty of Hawai`i’s finest hālau hula (hula groups) over the festival weekend. A performance line-up is attached.

The largest non-competitive hula exhibition in Hawai‘i, the festival is held at spectacular Moanalua Gardens each year to honor Prince Lot Kapuāiwa who reprised the once forbidden hula in the district of Moanalua. It is presented by Moanalua Gardens Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and perpetuating Hawaii’s native culture and natural resources.

Festival highlights include a stunning ho`ike (program) honoring 2016 Malia Kau Award recipients Kumu Hula Coline Aiu and Kimo Keaulana on Saturday at 9:15 am.

Also, Nā Hōkū Hanohano award-winning vocalists Kuana Torres Kahele and Raiatea Helm will be participating as special guests. Kuana will be signing CDs and his Make Lei DVDs, and will preview his Kuana elegant culture line of Ni`ihau shells and 14k gold jewelry. He will be at The Mountain Apple Company booth beginning at 10 am on both Saturday and Sunday.

Raiatea will headline the Opening Ceremony on Sunday, July 17 at 10 am and will sign her CDs, including her newest release He Leo Huali, at the booth following her concert.

Other highlights include noon concerts by the Royal Hawaiian Band on both Saturday and Sunday, a Hawaiian-themed craft fair featuring over 35 local crafters, demonstrations of traditional Hawaiian arts by noted cultural practitioners, including lauhala weaving, kapa making, ipu making, feather lei making, ukulele making and more.

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is sponsoring poi pounding demonstrations with sampling from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday and Sunday and Ulu Maika, a rock rolling sport similar to lawn bowling, on

Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. Food vendors will offer a variety of mouth-watering local specialties featuring Hawaiian plates, shave ice, poi mochi and other island favorites.

We are very pleased to see how much the festival is enjoyed by both kama`āina and malihini,” said Alika Jamile, MGF Executive Director and President.

“This year’s celebration promises to be one of our best ever and we invite the entire community and our visitors to join us for this free uniquely Hawaiian event,” he stated.

There is no charge to attend the festival, however, a button donation to MGF is requested to raise funds to support the event.Crowd---Olelo-TV

Limited edition tee shirts and a souvenir poster will be on sale. Proceeds from these merchandise sales will help cover the costs of the festival.

The public, and visitors, are welcome to bring their low beach chairs and mats and enjoy the fun, food and festivities under the shady monkeypod trees of Moanalua Gardens. No commercial photography is allowed.

An historic and cultural treasure, Moanalua Gardens is one of the most beautiful places in Honolulu on the island of O`ahu. Once a botanical garden, it is home to legendary structures and rare trees, including the famous “Hitachi” tree.

Festival sponsors and supporters include the Hawaii Tourism Authority, State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts, Hawaiian Airlines, The Queen’s Medical Center, Matson Navigation, Royal Hawaiian Center, Hawai‘i Visitors and Convention Bureau, O‘ahu Visitors Bureau, the Honolulu Star Advertiser, MidWeek, ‘Ōlelo Community Media, Pasha Hawaii, Solar City and others.

Named in memory of Prince Lot, who later reigned as King Kamehameha V, the festival was founded in 1977 by MGF and now attracts up to 15,000 residents and visitors each year. Moanalua was a favorite recreation spot for Prince Lot, who helped revive the hula at his gatherings in the district of Moanalua. His summer cottage can be found on the gardens’ grounds.

To view participating hālau and a festival performance schedule, Click Here or call 808.839.5334 for more information.

A non-profit organization founded in 1970, Moanalua Gardens Foundation (MGF) is committed to preserving and perpetuating the native culture and environment of Hawai’i through education, celebration and stewardship of Kamananui Valley and Moanalua Gardens. MGF depends upon grants and donations to cover festival costs. To make a donation or become a member please visit https://www.moanaluagardensfoundation.org.

Go to our FaceBook Page.
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2016 Prince Lot Hula Festival

Mo`olelo O Moanalua…the stories of Moanalua

Moanalua Gardens Foundation (MGF) is pleased to announce that Mo`olelo O Moanalua…the stories of Moanalua will be the theme for this year’s 39th Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival. In ancient times, a center of hula and chanting, Kamananui (Moanalua) Valley was a revered place for Hawaiians. Many mele (songs) and oli (chants) originated in the valley.

Join us as we share some of these special stories with you on Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17 at spectacular Moanalua Gardens in Honolulu.

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