Arizona Aloha Festival

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Join us as we celebrate
30th Anniversary!
March 16 & 17, 2024
at Tempe Town Lake!
10 am to 5 pm

Know Before You Go!

Artwork in shape of 30 with designs inside

(click for pdf to print)

The Arizona Aloha Festival is a FREE event
Ever wonder how we keep it that way?
We here on the Festival Team want everyone to experience the warm hospitality and respect that is known as the 'aloha spirit.'
"Free" means everyone can come and the whole family is welcome.

Explore the ways you can help to keep it that way.

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Link to onVolunteer information page
Sign up here!

If you'd like to help - there's a place for you!

That's a BIG image for a BIG need!
Come share the aloha as a volunteer this year!
Can you staff a stage? Sell a soda? Help a potential winner buy a raffle ticket? Greet people with a smile and answer questions?
Especially needed:
Are you available Friday to put out chairs or hang banners? Or Sunday after 4 to help with moving out of the park?

NOTE: Registration closes on March 10. Sunday help is especially needed. 

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link to shirt store
Teeshirt sales help keep the Festival a free event!

link to online shirt store
Find out why we chose the Maui Strong fund charity...
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Link to online volunteer form
Get them at the Information Station!

Keiki! Don't lose your Parents!

You know how it is. You are lookng around. Maybe you're watching a performance or stepping over to see the canoes. Or checking out that booth with the cool stuff inside. Or following that person to see what the enticing food smell know, stuff.

And then it happens! You turn around and POOF! Your adult has wandered!

No worries! Go to the nearest Stage or Police Officer and tell them you've lost your parent. Show them the phone number on the band on your wrist, and they will help find that wayward Adult!

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Lakeside Stage Sponsored by:
Hawaiian Experience Spa logo

Schedules for Saturday
Schedules for Sunday

What's on Stage?
We have TWO stages with performances taking you on a trip through Hawaii and the South Pacific! The music! The dances and the colors! The drums! The expression of joy in sharing heritage! It's all there...

Find MORE things to discover at the What's At Festival page!
Family view exhibit of ocean-going canoes
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Festival map image

Information Station has handy Map available
On the back of your program, you'll find this handy map. There's a lot going on at Festival and this will help you find it!

And our Program has lots more info!
So if you're hungry or thirsty, trying to find a stage and performance, hunting that shopping bargain or looking for all the family fun can find it in our program.

Find the Information Station at the Festival entrances by Rio Salado.

Link to Matson page, a shipping and logistics company
Sponsor: Information Station & Printed Program
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Don't forget the Shopping!

Enjoy exploring the South Pacific's unique and refreshing many choices!

And there's ATMs on site!

Lakeside Marketplace
List of Discovery and Mountain Marketplaces
Middle & Mountain Marketplaces
Picture silk orchid plant
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Check out the schedule

For the love of the ukulele,
Come to Aunty Aloha's!!
Want to try out an ukulele and learn a few chords? Borrow one of ours and see how easy and fun it is to play.

Already an Ukulele enthusiast? Bring yours and join in
the Kanakapila group, also known as a jam session.

Find MORE things to discover at the What's At Festival page!

Sponsored by

All ages join in!
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Link to food ads

link to Island Noodles Ad and story of our first Food Court

Some say it's all about the food...
The first thing you notice are the smells. Wonderfully delicious smells. Then the smoke wafting from here and there. What's on the plate that person is carrying? That looks GOOD!

This is the food of the islands...

Bring cash (or find our ATMS) because these aren't fast food chain restaurants! And many don't take electronic payment or credit cards.

Find MORE things to discover at the What's At Festival page!
List of vendors at event
See your choices!

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volunteers in soda booth

Grab a water or a soda from us!
We have 3 booths at the event that have bottled water and various brands of carbonated beverages, including those without caffeine.

This is a fundraiser for the Festival!
Meet the volunteers who are eager to serve you and
be sure to thank them for helping!

Mahalo for supporting us!

Find more ways to help at
our "How We Keep Festival Free" page.

graphic of soda can and water bottle
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Sponsor logo Azeka's Sauce
A big Mahalo to our sponsor!

Hale Mana'o...tour the South Pacific
Would you like to learn the hula? Find out about the origins of Hawaiian surfing? Learn some basic words in Hawaiian? Explore the islands of Guam (the Marianas Islands), Samoa, or Tonga? Learn how flowers can be worn as a lei?

Find MORE things to discover at the What's At Festival page!

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Check out the schedule
Sponsored by our
Offical Airline

And our Hawaii Hotel Sponsor
Don't forget our RAFFLE... TWO Hawaiian vacations will be awarded!
*Funds raised go to the Festival to keep this a free, family event.
Find more ways to help at our
How We Keep Festival Free page.

Tickets only $5.00

Drawing is Sunday at 4,
Lakeside Stage

You don't have to be present to win!

Find our Tickets & Tees booth near the Lakeside Stage

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Make a paper lei

Family fun in Keiki Activities
'Keiki' of all ages find actitivies to do! Make a paper lei, learn a Tahitian beat, try to keep a poi ball in the air, and more. All hands on, all free.

We again welcome the
Bishop Museum from Honolulu
as an activity partner! Come say Aloha!

Find MORE things to discover at the What's At Festival page!

A full description here
image of page and link to pdf

Sponsored by:
T-Mobile logo
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Explore the Ohana Village
Ohana means family and our area has lots of fun family things to explore: outrigger canoes, rugby players, displays, clubs, and more. There's great fun to be discovered.

Find MORE things to discover at the What's At Festival page!
Sponsored by:
Sponsor logo Renewal by Andersen
Visit them and enter a drawing to WIN new windows or doors for your house!

Your name and logo should be here for 2024- Join these great companies!!
See our Sponsor Info Sheet for details

Hawaiian Airlines Logo
Official Airline
logo and link to Hawaiian Experience Spa
Lakeside Stage Sponsor
You should be here!
Mountain Stage Sponsor
Aston Mahana Hotel logo
Raffle Hotel Sponsor

Arts Grants:
Arizona Commission on the Arts
National Endowment for the Arts

Matson Navigation logo
Program, Information Booth
& Lost Parents Sponsor
Pacific Rim & Sushi
Volunteer Meals Sponsor
Logo for Island Man Detailing
Aunty Aloha
Azeka's Sauce logo
Hale Mana'o Sponsor
logo and link to Renewal by Andersen
Ohana Village Sponsor

T-Mobile logo
Keiki Activities Sponsor

You should be here!
Volunteer Teeshirts Sponsor
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image of the Navarros
Chris & Carolina Navarro
Guess who won our Vacation Raffle and a trip to Maui?
Imagine getting a phone call about
winning a trip to Maui....

Chris Navarro and Kayleen Montierth did!

They each won a vacation to fly to the Valley Isle on Hawaiian Air
and a stay at the Aston Mahana at Ka'anapali
in a one bedroom oceanfront condo for five glorious nights.

Raffle proceeds go to keep the Festival a free event

Kayleen & Stuart Montierth
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Check out our 2023 Annual Report for pics and facts about all the fun we had last year...

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Want some fun things to do in between Festivals?
Check out our new Aloha Activities page! We're starting out
with some ono recipes for poke and activities for the keiki.

The coconut is just'll grow strong and tall! So keep checking back to see what's new!

Who makes sure the Festival happens?
Get to know our leadership volunteers:

The Board of Directors are responsible
for the health of the organization.

The Team that plans and staffs the Festival
are all volunteers, we have no paid staff. you know what other things the Festival organization does between events? Take a quick peek at 'About Us' and get to know us.

Even better, join us!

Board of Directors
Board of Directors
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