Prince Kuhio Parade
March 26, 2013 - Honolulu, Oahu
Welcome to Hawaii's Annual Prince Kuhio Day Parade!
Perform with great marching bands, concert
bands, drum lines, color guards, and drill
teams performing on the Island of Paradise,
Prince Kuhio Day Parade is a unique
opportunity for your band perform in
a nationally renowned Hawaii's state parade. In additional activities and sightseeing, your band members will learn and experience the Hawaiian
culture and heritage. Your band will also have more optional performances to choose from. Enjoy a great festival event
and special performance opportunities, combined with a memorable
vacation on a tropical island!
|Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole was born on March 26th 1871, in Koloa, Kauai, the youngest son of Kauai High Chief David Kahalepouli and Princes Kinoki Kekaulike. He is known as the “The Citizen Prince”, a well educated sportsman and statesman. Prince Kuhio served as a U.S. Delegate to the Congress, and was responsible for creation of the Hawaiian Homes Commissions Act, which provided homesteads for the native Hawaiians. Prince Kuhio passed away in January 7, 1922, at the age of 51. Prince Kuhio Day is a formal state holiday in Hawaii.
Full sightseeing day & performance:
Sightseeing & optional performance:
Parade & Performance:
Visit Polynesian Cultural Center:
Thursday, March 26
Friday, March 27
Sunday, March 29
Monday, March 30
Other departure and return
dates can be arranged.
When in Hawaii, it's almost
a must to have a Holo Holo day. That's
Hawaiian language for a personal leisure day,
just for you to do anything you wish. You
are minutes away from charming beaches, great
restaurants and magnificent sightseeing attractions.
Enjoy recreation activities such as surfing,
snorkeling, hiking, bike riding, horseback
riding, or just spend a leisure day at world
renowned Waikiki Beach. Visit: Sightseeing
Complete Tour Packages Include:
Round trip air transportation, 5 nights accommodations,
airport & hotel taxes, airport transfers,
lei greetings, daily breakfasts and additional meals, free Director's tour package,
full sightseeing program including admission
to the Polynesian Cultural Center, performance
in a nationally renowned parade, additional
optional performances & and more!
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|World Famous Waikiki Beach
|Marching along Kalakaua Ave.