Annual Park Celebration

Annual Park Celebration

Saturday, July 27th @ 10.00am

Annual Park Celebration

Date: Saturday, July 27

Time: 9am-3pm

Admission: $5 admission, keiki 12 and under free

Contact: 808-652-3217

Driving Directions: Anne Knudsen (Koloa) Ballpark

Hosted by Koloa Plantation Days Committee

Directions from Google Maps

Our Home Town

Fabulous Food, Live Music, Hawaiian Products, Keiki Fun!

After the Koloa Town Parade on Saturday, July 29, head to Anne Knudsen (Koloa) Park for a full day of festivities from 9am to 3pm.

A full afternoon starting at lunchtime just following the parade with non stop entertainment all day.

  • Entertainment to be announced

Times subject to change

Koloa Plantation Days market


KEIKI FUN BY FUN N KWAZY – rides, bounce houses and loads of fun!

A SILENT AUCTION – with Kauai products, experiences and dining all to support next year’s festival!

Sean Na'auao




While at the Park, Enjoy Kauai’s Largest Craft Fair of locally made items!

Kauai Made

Pele Jele
Janath Collections
Kaua‘i Handmade
Kaua‘i Candle Co
Kilohana Clothing
Aunty Lilikoi’s
Kiyomi’s Sweet Treats
Outer Reef Jewelry
Shell Of A Life
Scrappy Designs
Kaua‘i Garden
Salty Wahine
Jules from da Aina
North Shore Koa
White Sand Jewelry
Kaua‘i Hemp
Scents of Aloha
Terri Scarborough
Aloha Paws Kaua‘i
Na Hulu Arts
Mama’s Boobie Booster
Plumeria Paintings by Marcia


Other Local Vendors

Rebecca DeRoos
Momako Designs
Hawaii Kine Products LLC
Usborne Books & More
Caylin’s Artwork
Little Pea In A Pod
Precious & Things
Mini Meand and Co.
Made by Malia & TNJ Kreations
Risa’s Rainbow 
Mailed Bone Carver
Mermaid Kissed Kauai
Malama Maha’ulepu
Mar’s Creations
Island Girl Jewelry
Kauai Kine Snacks
Elena’s Kauai Gourmet Pretzels
Aloha Edible Souvenirs & Gifts
Nyla & Company
Hapa House
Light Shadow Crystals LLC. and Grown Not Flown Hawaii 
Kiara’s Western Belts LLC
Leather n Laze

Lot’s of delicious choices for food this year!

Koloa Plantation Days Park Celebration features a variety of authentic local and ethnic foods that highlight the different cultures that came together on the plantation, and in Hawaii regional food. Check out this list of all the delicious foods to enjoy on Saturday!

Grace/Tafiti Ohana

Dosono Ohana


  • Roast Pork w/gravy
  • Hamburger Steak w/gravy
  • Shoyu Chicken
  • Laulau
  • Pasteles
  • Pasteles Deoja
  • Chili
  • Hot Dogs
  • Waffle battered Hot Dogs
  • Spam Musubi
  • Goteborg Sausage w/furikake rice
  • Saimin
  • Banana Bread
  • Cream Cheese Pretzels
  • Churros
  • Acai Bowl
  • Boba Tea Drinks
  • Soda’s
  • Water
  • Fruit Drinks
  • Water
  • Kalbi, BBQ Beef Ribs
  • Teri Chicken
  • Pork Belly Tinono
  • Loco Moco
  • Fried Rice

Cosme Ohana

  • Chicken Papaya
  • Pork Peas
  • Blood Meat
  • Pancit
  • Pork Chicharron
  • Cheesecake Tarts
  • Popcorn
  • Shave Ice
  • Cotton Candy

Kylei Kuhlmann  

  • Coffee
  • Tea
Sean Na'auao
Koloa Plantation Days Los Kauaianos

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Annual Historic Koloa Plantation Days Parade

Annual Historic Koloa Plantation Days Parade

Saturday, July 27th @ 10.00am

Annual Historic Koloa Plantation Days Parade

Date: Saturday, July 27

Time: 10am

Admission: FREE

Driving Directions: Koloa School to Anne Knudsen Ballpark

Hosted by Koloa Plantation Days Committee

Directions from Google Maps

Parade Route & Traffic Detours

Map of parade route road closures
Koloa Plantation Days Parade
Koloa Plantation Days parade
A view of the Koloa Plantation Days parade showing a colorful float.
Koloa Plantation Days Parade
Koloa Plantation Days parade

Horseback and walking units, floral floats, vintage cars, and decorated vehicles are in a great hometown parade that celebrates aspects of the workers’ camps in plantation towns. Each camp had its ethnic identity, customs, foods, games and sports, music and dance. This is a festival signature event, don’t miss it!

The people walking, on decorated floats, on horseback, and in decorated vehicles will do their best to capture some aspect of plantation life. They will have colorful costumes, perhaps play music or dance, or showcase recreational activities — baseball, chicken fights, fishing, to name a few – or their ethnic heritage. Others will capture memories of the sugar era, when sugar plantations thrived and many residents worked for or with the sugar industry.

Competition for parade awards is intense and people from the resorts, businesses and community groups are very creative, so you can expect the unexpected. From costumes to decorations and choreography, they work for weeks and up to parade day to make their ideas become reality. While most of us relax and enjoy the parade, the judges seated along the parade route will intently scrutinize the units. In the afternoon, the awards for the best in each category are announced at Koloa ballpark.

Road Closures & Parking

PARADE ROUTE will commence at Koloa School, proceed north onto Po`ipu Road, turning right at the intersection of Po`ipu Road and Koloa Road and finally turning left on to Maluhia Road, finishing at the Anne Knudsen (Koloa) Ballpark.

ROAD CLOSURES will be enforced on Saturday, July 30th from 9am to 12:30pm at the following intersections, and until 1:00pm on Maluhia Road fronting the Ballpark:

  • Po`ipu Road/La-wai Road @ the Koloa Fire Station

  • Po`ipu Road/WaiKomo Road across from the Koloa Church

  • Po`ipu Road/ Koloa Road @ Koloa Chevron (with a detour onto Oma`o Road or Ala Kaulani Kaumaka)

  • WeliWeli Road/WaiKomo Road

  • Maluhia Road/Ala Kinoiki (with a detour onto Ala Kinoiki – Poipu bypass road)

  • Koloa Road road closure on Koloa Road @ Island Soap & Candle Shop (with a detour onto WeliWeli Road)

ROADS OPEN for travel in and out of Po`ipu are Ala Kalanikaumaka (traffic to and from the west via Koloa Road) and Ala Kinoiki (traffic to and from the east, via Maluhia Road).

PARKING will be available in the pasture lot north of the Anne Knudsen (Koloa) Ballpark as well as the pasture lot north of the intersection of the bypass and Maluhia Road. Pedestrians exiting this lot should do so at the makai gate. A crossing guard on Ala Kinoiki will assist the pedestrians in crossing the bypass to get to the lower pasture and in to Anne Knudsen Ballpark. Other available parking at First Hawaiian Bank, Koloa and Oma`o roads west of Hadama`s Service.

ACCESSIBLE PARKING for those with placards will be available at the ballpark (south entrance) and asphalt lot just mauka (northbound) of park.

NO PARKING is permitted in the following areas: the Ballpark (except for handicapped parking, vendors and volunteers), Maluhia Road, Ala Kinoiki (Poipu bypass road), Koloa School, Big Save, Bothwick Mortuary.

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