The Live Aloha Mission:
The Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival serves to promote, perpetuate and share the Hawaiian culture in the Pacific Northwest by enriching and strengthening the Hawaiian community and celebrating the arts and culture of Hawaii.
This family-oriented cultural event is a great opportunity for Washington residents to experience the culture of Hawaii that is available to them right here in the Pacific Northwest. The Census Bureau estimates that there are 50,000 Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in Washington State. Out of this number, 17,491 people migrated from Hawaii to the Greater Seattle area from 1995-2000. As the population of Hawaiians grows in Washington, so does the number of generations born here away from their home and culture. The Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival is Washington State's premier Hawaiian cultural showcase, a celebration of Hawaii's music, dance and history intended to preserve and perpetuate the unique island traditions.
Live Aloha Committee
Executive Producer/Co-Founder: Angela Petersons
Co-Producer & Vendor Coordinator: Cyndi Aiona Kaha'iali`i
Workshop Coordinators: Cyndi Aiona Kaha'iali`i, Gregg Porter & Angela Petersons
Sponsorship Manager: Angela Petersons
Entertainment Coordinator: Gregg Porter
Day-Of Vendor Representative: Lukas Petersons
Volunteer Coordinator: Ehu Bentley
Stage Managers: Manu Lono & Moana Kokame
Keiki Korner: Anela Lemanu
Social Media Coordinator: Lukas Petersons
Graphic Design: Eric Manke
Along with our committee that puts in countless hours to this event, we must also send a big mahalo to the many community members that volunteer for Live Aloha on the day of the event! Mahalo nui!