Guide to Mo‘ili‘ili Summer Fest

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The Mo‘ili‘ili Summer Fest gets underway Saturday at the old Varsity Theater parking lot on University Avenue with a bon dance, food, entertainment, shopping and other festivities. This huge outdoor festival, presented by Mo’ili’ili Hongwanji Mission and Kamehameha Schools, is free and open to the public. Last year, thousands turned out for the event.

MSF-Adult-Web-Banner_300x250When: July 5, from 5-10:30 p.m.
Where: 1100 University Ave. (Varsity Office Building)
Parking: Free parking at the University of Hawaii with shuttle service
More information:
Social Networks: Twitter and Instagram: @moiliilifest #moiliilifest; Moiliili Summer Fest on Facebook

The Frolic team will have a booth, so come over and sign up for our new email newsletter. You’ll be then entered for a chance to win a staycation package.

Event highlights:

· Honolulu’s largest bon dance

· Street performers from 6:30-9:30 p.m.

· Beer garden provided by Tropics Tap House

· Keiki activities and carnival games with prizes

· Emcee KreyZ Oshiro from the Wakeup Crew at Island 98.5

· Kamehameha Schools’ farmers tent featuring Mamaki Native Hawaiian Herbal Tea and Otsuji Farms. Produce for sale


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Beyond Burgers
Bonfire Pizza
Buenos Antojitos
Cake Works
Cold Fyyre
Hawaiian Waffledog Co.
Holoholo Bar and Grill
Honolulu Gourmet Foods
Il Gelatoonda
Karai Crab
Made in Hawaii
Miso & Ale
Onda Pasta
Paul’s Poppers
Simply Ono
Soul Patrol
Special Gifts by Clarice
Whyz Wagon
Wow Wow Lemonade


Retail vendors include:
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Chordinauts (kendamas)
Eden in Love
Hawaii Doggie Bakery
Hiilani Hawaii
Himalayan Treasure
Indigo Elixirs
Island Style Collection
Jana Lam
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LMS Boutique
Love at Dawn Hawaii
Nature Girl
San Lorenzo Bikinis
Sanook Hawaii
The Cut Collective

Here are scenes from the 2013 Mo‘ili‘ili Summer Fest

Moiliili Summer Fest

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A perfect night: Clouds hid the sun through the afternoon but brought no rain, and when evening came the chochin lanterns lit up the scene.