Long Beach Ho’olaule’ brings “all things tiki” to Belmont Shore
2009-08-10 · By Editor
The Long Beach Ho’olaule’a and Polynesian Spectacular (formerly the Tiki Beach Festival) comes to the Granada Launch Ramp in Belmont Shore on Saturday and Sunday August 22-23.
The Long Beach Ho’olaule’a is designed to introduce people to the culture of the South Pacific Islands. Filled with fun activities that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, the Tiki Festival is completely free.
Join the Long Beach ohana for a journey “back to our roots” with:
- An Island Market Place & Cultural Center
- Traditional Arts & Crafts Including Tiki Carving,
- Taste of Aloha Food Court – Including Plate Lunches, Hawaiian Shaved Ice, Malasadas and more
- Renowned Masters of Island Music & Dance
- ” Night Of Fire ” Torch Lighting, Fire Knife Dance, Fire Walk, and Island Music
- Kids’ Zone and Play Areas
- Crazy Al Evans’ Tiki Museum — Featuring some of his most classic carvings.
- Canoe Rides & Other Activities
- Dancing for All, Featuring “Keikis” of Polynesia
- Sunday Morning Hula Praise & Worship Service
The beach festival hosts island style events throughout the day and the marketplace is a pop culture celebration of all things “Tiki”, with vendors and entertainment.
The Long Beach Ho’olaule’a takes place at Alfredo’s Beach House at Granada Avenue and Ocean Boulevard. For more information, visit the website or phone (562) 434-1542.