Celebrating Koloa

The Koloa Plantation Days is a 10-day family-friendly celebration on Kauai’s South Shore, incorporating the tradition and heritage of the sugar plantation history and the island culture that makes Koloa character.

“Planting the Seeds that Nourish the Soul” is the theme of the big parade and ho‘olaulea that takes place Saturday starting at 10 a.m. from the Koloa Public Library area and ending at the Anne Knudsen Park.

Enjoy food, crafts, keiki fun, and a big slate of entertainment featuring Henry Kapono and Duke’s Band, Frank De Lima, Paul Togioka and Nostalgic Hawaiian Music Trio, Tsunami Taiko, Halau Ka Lei Mokihana O Leina‘ala and more.

A Family Fun Run/Walk hosted by the Kukui‘ula Canoe Club, the Keoki’s Ukes in Paradise Keiki ‘Ukulele Competition, and the re-scheduled Mixed Plate: Live Music at Old Koloa Town Courtyard wraps up the week-long festivities Sunday.

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