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A sampling of Festivals 2008

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Here's a collection of photos taken this year of several celebrations and festivals in Honolulu that I hope you will enjoy.

Many of Honolulu's festivals/parades are usually held at Kapiolani Park at the edge of Waikiki, Kalakaua Avenue, Chinatown/Arts District, Ala Moana Beach Park/McCoy Pavilion and for Muslims usually Manoa District Park but occasionally Ala Moana. You can also find festivals/parades/etc along Waialae Ave or the Keehi Lagoon area (popular with Samoans).

Sources: Honolulu Advertiser, photolulu, tastyisland, flickr, etc.

Honolulu Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan

Festival prayers, games celebrate end of monthlong fast

1. Members of the island's Muslim community gathered at Manoa Valley District Park to observe Eid al-Fitr, a three-day holiday marking the end of Ramadan. Ramadan is the month on the Islamic lunar calendar during which Muslims abstain from food, drink and other sensual pleasures from dawn to sunset each day. Eid al-Fitr is Arabic for "Festival of the Breaking of the Fast."

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2. Dr. Mohamad Abdalla delivers the Eid khutbah, or sermon, to the gathering yesterday.

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3. O'ahu Muslims at prayer during yesterday's Eid al-Fitr gathering.

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4. The family event began with prayer and continued through the day with festive food and games.

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5. Omar Magdalene prays to Allah during the observance.

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6. Izzedine Jubran, 10, tries his hand at the hammer strength contest, one of the games provided for all to enjoy at the Eid al-Fitr observance.

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Portuguese Festa/Festival

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Hawaii's Portuguese Prince of Comedy - Frank De Lima *You'd have to be from Hawaii to know who he is and how popular he is. ;)

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Greek Festival

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Filipino Fiesta - Sinulog '08

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Representing all the major regions/ethnic groups of the Philippines

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The region my step-mom's family is from

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Some of that Spanish influence "Reyna de las estrellas"

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Pan-Pacific Matsuri Parade

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Okinawans in the house

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The Obama girls!

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Various - I may post a few pics from each of these and others (e.g., Hispanic Heritage Festival, etc) eventually..

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Since there are a lot of festivals in Puerto Rico and I don't have pictures of the majority of them Im just going to post the name, place and time of their celebration. Pictures coming soon for some of them.

January

1. Certamen de Aguinaldo

Florida

2. Dia de los Reyes (Three Kings Day)

Three Kings Day is the traditional gift-giving holiday on the island, commemorates the day that the three Wise Men brought gifts to the Christ child. In La Fortaleza the governor honors the tradition by handing out gifts to island children.

San Juan

(787) 724-7171

3. Festival de Bellas Artes (Anasco Arts Festival)

Anasco

4. Festival de la Calle de San Sebastian (San Sebastian Street Festival) This one is huge!!!

This festival sponsored by the Institute for Puerto Rican Culture, take place in San Sebastian street for three days, celebrating Puerto Rican culture with a full program of parades, folkloric dances, music, food and crafts.

Old San Juan

(787) 724-0910

5. Festival de la Novilla (Cattle Festival) Another huge fest.

San Sebastian

6. Festival de Reyes (Three kings Festival)

Florida, San Sebastian, Camuy

7. Festival de Reyes - January

San Sebastian

8. Festival de Teatro Musical - (Musical Theatre Fest)

San Juan

9. Festival Folklorico de Campo y Pueblo - Town and Country Fest.

Aguas Buenas

10. Festival Folklorico Internacional - International Folklore Fest

San Juan

11. Festival Mayuco - January

Anasco

12. Fiesta de Reyes Isabelinos - January 5-6

Every year on the 5th and 6h of January 5-6 Isabela celebrates the holiday with a two-day festivity that includes dramatizations of the arrival of the three Magi and their pilgrimage to find the baby Jesus, adore him and present their gifts. The glorious outcome is celebrated with a fiesta at the town square (Plaza Manuel Mar�a Corchado y Juarbe) that includes a Velorio de Reyes, a traditional song fest in honor of the Magi; handcrafts fair, Trovadores contest with prizes, puppet shows for children, Christmas music and carolers, typical food and drinks.

Isabela

(787) 819-6555

13. Fiesta de Reyes - January

Guaynabo

(787) 272-0101

14. Fiestas de Reyes - January

Humacao

15. Fiestas Patronales de la Sagrada Familia - January

Every year, Corozal celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Corozal

(787) 859-3060

16. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio Abad - January

Every year, A�asco celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Anasco

(787) 826-3100

17. Fiestas Patronales de San Sebastian - January

San Sebastian

18. LeLoLai Cultural Festival - January 27 - May 25

Every Tuesday at 6:00pm San Juan National Historic Site and Puerto Rico Tourism Company present Ballet Folkl�rico Areyto as part of the Le Lo Lai Cultural Festival. Fort San Crist�bal is located on Norzagaray St. Entrance fee is $3.00 for adults, $2.00 for seniors, $1.00 for children 13 and above. Children under 12 are free.

San Juan

19. Puerto Rico Baseball Season - November/December/January

Puerto Rican professional teams compete at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan and in other parks throughout the island.

20. Three Kings' Day - All over the island

This traditional gift-giving day in PR is celebrate with festivals that include music, dancing, parades, and caroling troubdours

21. Truya de Reyes - January

San Lorenzo

22. Velorio de los Reyes - January (Huge fest)

Camuy

23. Velorio de Reyes - January

Quebradillas

24. Velorio de Reyes - January

Aguadilla

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February

1. Carnaval Abey - February

Salinas

2. Carnaval Camuyano - February

Camuy

3. Carnaval de Arroyo - February

Arroyo celebrates this Carnival with many daytime and evening activities. The festivities include: dances, food, parades and processions, and presentations honoring outstanding community members.

Arroyo

(787) 839-9060

4. Carnaval del Capitan Correa - February

It's held in the Arecibo central plaza, where salsa groups and other groups mingle.

Arecibo

(787) 879-1625

5. Carnaval del Guajataca - February

Quebradillas

6. Carnaval Mabo - February (Huge Festival)

Guaynabo

7. Coffee Harvest Festival - February

Maricao celebrates "la toma de cafe" every year. The festival takes place in the plaza town and features folkloric music, crafts displays, typical cuisine and demonstrations of coffee preparations.

Maricao

(787) 838-2290

8. Festival de Chiringas - February (Kite Fest)

Quebradillas

9. Festival de Chiringas - February

Lajas

10. Festival de Teatro Luis Torres Nadal - February

The Teatro La Perla in Ponce holds an annual theater festival in honor of Luis Torres Nadal. The festival features productions by local theater companies and musicians. Tickets $10-$11.

Ponce

(787) 843-4080

11. Festival Jibaro de Tomate - February (Tomato Fest)

Jayuya

12. Festival Nacional del Cafe - February Coffee National Fest

Yauco celebrates "la toma de cafe" every year. The festival takes place in the plaza town (Plaza Fernando de Pacheco) and features folkloric music, crafts displays, typical cuisine and demonstrations of coffee preparations. The delicious aroma of coffee fills the air and visitors are able to taste some of the area's finest blends.

Yauco

(787) 856-1345

13. Fiesta del Gallo Isabelino - February Rooster Fest

Isabela

14. Fiestas de la Candelaria - February

San Lorenzo

15. Fiestas Patronales de Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria - February

Every year, Lajas celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Lajas

(787) 899-1450

16. Fiestas Patronales de San Blas Illescas - February

Every year, Coamo celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Coamo

(787) 825-1150

17. Fiestas Patronales Virgen de la Candelaria - February

Every year, Manati celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Manati

(787) 854-2024

18. Fiestas Patronales Virgen de la Candelaria - February

Every year, Mayaguez celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Mayaguez

(787) 834-2470

19. Maraton de los Enamorados - February

Ceiba

20. Maraton Pablo Ramirez - February

Maunabo

21. San Blas de Illescas Marathon - February

Every year in february Coamo celebrates San Bl�s de Illescas Marathon, inaugurated in 1963 by Phi Delta Fraternity in honor to the founder of the town. International and local runners compete in a 13.1-mille half marathon. It's Puerto Rico's biggest race, and the crowds are always large.

Coamo

(787) 825-2775 or (787) 825-4077

22. Semana Myrna Vazquez - February

Cidra

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March

1. Aguas Buenas Carnival - March

Aguas Buenas

2. Cantata Corretjer - March

Ciales

3. Carnaval Brujo - March

Guayama

4. Feria Dulces Suenos - March

Guayama

5. Feria y Exposicion de Caballos de Paso Fino - March

Guayama

6. Festival de Artesania - March

Toa Baja

7. Festival de Chiringa - March

San Lorenzo

8. Festival de la China Dulce - March

Las Marias

(787) 827-2280

9. Festival de la Cidra - March

Adjuntas

10. Festival de la Fundacion del Pueblo de Las Marias - March

Las Marias

11. Festival del Gigante - March

Adjuntas

12. Festival del Guiro - March

Las Piedras

13. Festival del Pescao - March

Cabo Rojo

14. Fiesta del Barrio Angeles - March

Utuado

15. Fiesta Negra - March

Arroyo

16. Fiestas de Cruz - March

Humacao

17. Fiestas Patronales de San Benito Abad - March

Every year, Patillas celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Patillas

(787) 839-4120

18. Fiestas Patronales de San Jose - March

Every year, Lares celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Lares

(787) 897-2300

19. Fiestas Patronales de San Jose - March

Every year, Gurabo celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Gurabo

20. Fiestas Patronales de San Jose - March

Every year, Luquillo celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Luquillo

(787) 889-2525

21. Fiestas Patronales de San Jos� - March

Every year, Penuelas celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Penuelas

(787) 836-1136

22. Fiestas Patronales de San Patricio - March

Salsa dancing, masquerades, colorful parades and rich Puerto Rican food make this festival a classic.

Loiza

(787) 794-1135

23. Five Days With Our Land Fair - March (Huge Fest)

Mayag�ez celebrates an annual agro-industrial fair featuring agricultural product exhibits.

Mayaguez

(787) 832-4040

24. National Championship Motors - March

4th event of the Puerto Rican National Motocross Championship; new and high level circuit, big show assured.

Dorado

(787) 726-3162

25. Ponce Crafts Fair - March (Huge Fest)

Ponce celebrates every year the famous "Feria Artesenal". the celebration includes dance, music, food and exhibits by artisans from several cities of the island.

Ponce

(787) 844-8240

26. Semana de Pedro Flores - March

Naguabo

27. Torneo de Pesca - March

Culebra

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April

1. Carnaval de Guayama - April

The region around Guayama still honors African legends of sorcery and witchcraft. The Brujo Carnival retells these old stories "brujo" means warlock or spell, and incorporates them into a weekend-long festival.

Guayama

(787) 864-0600

2. Carnaval de Primavera - April (Spring Fest)

Comerio

3. Feria de Artesania Femenina - April

Carolina

4. Feria de la Cana - April (Sugar Cane Fest)

Maunabo

5. Festival Cultural - April (Culture Fest)

Vieques

6. Festival de Bomba y Plena - April

Humacao

7. Festival de Chiringas - April

Fajardo

8. Festival de la Chiringa - April

Guayanilla

9. Festival del Chiguero - April

Cabo Rojo

10. Festival de los Anos Cuarenta - April

The town's plaza is decorated to look like the 1940's.

Cabo Rojo

(787) 851-1025

11. Festival del Pescao - April

Guanica

12. Festival de Teatro Infantil - April

Orocovis

13. Festival Sapo Toro - April

Juana Diaz

14. Festival Tierra Adentro - April

Utuado

15. Festival Topico Cultural - April

Las Piedras

16. Fiestas de Guarionex - April

Utuado

17. Fiestas de San Antonio - April

Aguadilla

18. Jornada a Betances - April

Commenmorates the birth of Dr. Ramon Emeterio Betances. 19th century abolitionist and independence leader.

Cabo Rojo

(787) 851-1025

19. La Bicicletada Fajardena - April

Fajardo

20. Mavi Carnival - April

Juana Diaz celebrates in April a mavi carnival, a fermented drink made from the bark of the ironwood (Colubrina reclinata) tree. The festivities include dances, food, parades and costumes.

Juana Diaz

(787) 837-2185

21. Olimpiadas del Torito - April

Cayey

22. Regata de Veleros Copa Kelly - April

Fajardo

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May

1. Carnaval de Patillas - May

The festivities include dances, food, and parades.

Patillas

(787) 839-4120

2. Carnaval Flor de Mayo - May (May Flower Fest)

Coamo

3. Concurso Nacional de Trovadores - May (Huge fest)

San Juan

4. Feria Socio-Cultural - May

Vega Baja

5. Festival de Bomba y Plena - May

Fajardo

6. Festival de la Santa Cruz - May

La Santa Cruz is Bayamon's patron saint. Religious processions, music and food are all part of paying her an annual tribute.

Bayamon

(787) 780-3058

7. Festival de la Vega - May

Barranquitas

8. Festival del Azucar, Guarapo y Melao - May

Yabucoa

9. Festival del Camaron - May (Shrimp's Fest)

Moca

10. Festival del Coco - (May Coconut Fest)

Rincon

11. Festival del Mango - May (Mango Fest)

Santa Isabel

12. Festival del Ostion - May

Cabo Rojo

13. Festival del Teatro - May (Theater Fest)

Anasco

14. Festival de Marlin - May/June

Ceiba

15. Festival de Playa - May

Guayanilla

16. Festival Playa de Ponce - May (Ponce Beach fest)

Ponce

17. Festival Playero - May

Yabucoa

18. Fiestas de Cruz - May

Canovanas

19. Fiestas de Cruz - May

Las Piedras

20. Fiestas de Cruz - May

Rio Grande

21. Fiestas de Cruz - May

San Lorenzo

22. Fiestas de Cruz - May

Manati

23. Fiestas de Cruz - May

Guayanilla

24. Fiestas Patronales de San Felipe Ap�stol - May

Arecibo

25. Fiestas Patronales de San Fernando - May

Every year, Carolina celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Carolina

(787) 752-0665

26. Fiestas Patronales de San Fernando - May

Every year, Toa Alta celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Toa Alta

(787) 870-2100

27. Fiestas Patronales de San Isidro Labrador - May

Every year, Sabana Grande celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Sabana Grande

(787) 873-2060

28. Fiestas Patronales de San Jose - May

Every year, Camuy celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Camuy

(787) 898-2160

29. Homenaje a Don Felo - May

Morovis

30. LeLoLai Cultural Festival - January 27 - May 25 (Huge fest)

Every Tuesday at 6:00pm San Juan National Historic Site and Puerto Rico Tourism Company present Ballet Folkl�rico Areyto as part of the Le Lo Lai Cultural Festival. Fort San Crist�bal is located on Norzagaray St. Entrance fee is $3.00 for adults, $2.00 for seniors, $1.00 for children 13 and above. Children under 12 are free.

San Juan

31. Los Rosarios de Cruz - May

Arroyo

32. Maraton Virgen del Pozo - May

Sabana Grande

33. Rosario de Cruz - May

Utuado

34. Semana de la Danza - May

Ponce celebrates historical-cultural events commemorating the danza, a popular turn-of-the-century ballroom dance. The festivities (held in Teatro La Perla) includes conferences, danza concerts by string quartets, a parade, a danza competition and demonstrations by senior couples who danced danza in their youth, in period dress.

Ponce

(787) 284-4141

35. Semana Llorensiana - May

Juana Diaz

36. Tejido de Sombreros - May

Cabo Rojo

37. Verbena de Corrales - May

Aguadilla

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June

1. Aibonito Flower Festival - June/July (Huge fest)

Aibonito celebrates every year the famous "Festival de las Flores", featuring exhibits and sale of the most popular and newest varieties of tropical flower and plants, as well as crafts. The annual flower festival features exhibits of lilies, anthuriums, carnations, roses, gardenias, begonias and other tropical plans as well as food, music, and merrymaking. The festivities also features music and food.

Aibonito

(787) 735-3871

(787) 735-4070

2. Carnaval del Juey - June

Santa Isabel

3. Carnaval San Juan Bautista - June

Corozal

4. Feria Agropecuaria - June

Lajas

5. Festival Casals - June/July (Huge fest)

A world-class music festival honoring the cellist and composer Pablo Casals take place in San Juan, Ponce and Mayag�ez every year. Fine Arts Center. Avenida De Diego at Avenida Ponce de Le�n.

San Juan

(787) 725-7334

6. Festival de Arte y Cultura de San Antonio - June

Naranjito

7. Festival de Diplo - June

Naguabo

8. Festival de la Lancha Planua - June

Humacao

9. Festival del Chap�n - June

Naguabo

10. Festival del Guineo - June

Lares

(787) 897-3290

11. Festival del Marisco - June

Guayanilla

12. Festival del Pescao - June

Salinas

13. Festival de Marlin - May/June

Ceiba

14. Festival de Musica T�pica - June

Barceloneta

15. Festival de Verano - June

Barceloneta

16. Festival de Verano - June

San Juan

17. Festival Jibaro - June

Comerio

18. Festival Playero de la Noche de San Juan - June

Aguada

19. Festival Playero - June

Aguadilla

20. Festival San Antonio - June

Naranjito

21. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June

Every year, Ceiba celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Ceiba

(787) 885-2180

22. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June

Every year, Dorado celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Dorado

(787) 796-1230

23. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June

Every year, Isabela celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Isabela

(787) 872-2100

24. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June

Every year, Barranquitas celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Barranquitas

(787) 857-2065

25. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June

Every year, Guayama celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Guayama

(787) 864-0600

26. Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista - June

Every year, Maricao celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Maricao

(787) 838-2290

27. Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista - June

Every year, Orocovis celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Orocovis

(787) 867-5000

28. Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista - June

Every year, San Juan celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

San Juan

(787) 724-7171

29. Fiestas Patronales de San Pedro Apostol - June

Every year, Toa Baja celebrates a patron saint festival, San Pedro. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.

Toa Baja

(787) 720-2452

30. Fiestas Patronales San Pedro y San Isidro Labrador - June

Maunabo

31. Fiestas Virgen del Carmen - June

Guayanilla

32. Noche de San Juan - June

Catano

33. San Juan Bautista Day - June (Huge fest)

San Juan celebrates the island's patron saint with week-long festivities, including religious processions, music, dancing, games and beach bonfire parties. At midnight on the first day of festivities, revelers walk backward into the ocean or nearest body of water three or seven times to ward off evil spirits and renew good luck for the coming year.

San Juan

(787) 721-2400

Six more months to go hehe, I'll keep posting some other time.

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^Awesome and extensive list Jaykar, thanks for posting and for always sharing stuff about PR! :)

Here's a few pics from the recent Native American Pow Wow at Thomas Square Park near my old neighborhood. Thomas Square seems to be the park of choice for Native Americans in Honolulu as they've been holding Pow Wow's there for years.

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A little of 08.08.08 - Triple 8 Street Festival In Chinatown

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A few others I'll try to find pics of and post.

Thai Songkran Festival

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