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Enjoying famous festivals of Hawaii during May-August

by amit.uniyal 10. April 2014 04:13

Headed to Honolulu to enjoy the famous festivals in Hawaii Islands? Say Aloha now! You are in for a real treat when you visit this beautiful destination during the months of May through August. Though many festivals are held round the year throughout the Hawaii Islands, but visiting during these months are indeed pleasurable.

Here are some of the important festivals that you can look forward to celebrate in this key state of the United States. These festivals include Waikiki SPAM Jam, Ukulele Festival Hawaii, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival, Lei Day Celebration, Lantern Floating Hawaii, King Kamehameha Floral Parade, Prince Lot Hula Festival, Made in Hawaii Festival, Okinawan Festival and Duke’s OceanFest.

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If you are traveling during the month of May, three major festivals will keep you enthralled. The Lei Day Celebration will be held on May 1, 2014. This festival is celebrated to mark the Hawaiian tradition of making as well as wearing lei. The festival will be entering its 87th edition this year. The major highlights of this festival are lei-making competition, food booths and other entertainment at Waikiki’s Queen Kapiolani Park and Bandstand. The other two festivals celebrated this month are Waikiki SPAM Jam and Lantern Floating Hawaii.

On June 14, witness the colorful 98th Annual King Kamehameha Floral Parade celebrations. The festival is held to honor King Kamehameha, who united Hawaiian Islands during his reign in 1810. The parade will be featuring marching bands, decorated floats and traditional pau riders on horseback representing the Hawaiian royal court.

There are many more festivals other than these which you can witness and celebrate. So what are you waiting for, just go ahead and plan a vacation to Hawaii as the Hawaii Islands is beckoning you.

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