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One Spirit Many Souls Festival (Hawaiian Luau & Show)
August 25 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT$25 - $35.
ONE SPIRIT, MANY SOULS Festival
Lu’au and International Event
Admission VIP is $35. Assigned Seating is $25
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Old World German Village
7561 Center Ave #49, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Guest Artists, International Dancers, Food, Craft Vendors.
Kamakani Komohana is proud to present its 4th annual “One Spirit, Many Souls” Festival with a Polynesian and International Event on Saturday, August 25, 2018 at Old World German Village in Huntington Beach. Driven by the principle that many souls are connected through one spirit, this festival utilizes the power of song, dance, and artistic expression to unite the creative communities of Polynesia, Hawaii, the Caribbean, and Japan, along with American Jazz, modern dance, rock ‘n roll, and pop music.
This event will feature a diversely International lineup of local performers, presenting a wide array of dance and song arrangements in a Lu’au setting. Performances will range from Hawai’i and Polynesian Islands of Tahiti, New Zealand, Samoa to Caribbean, Africa, Japan and more. With the talents of Westwind Productions ‘Island’s Embrace’ presentation, Keali’i O Na Lani, Rose Laolagi, Caribbean Jems.
Also featured will be a Music Set of songs written by Gregg de Castro and performed by several talented musicians and singers, from an original Musical, ‘Road Back Home, An Ancestral Journey’. We will also feature the Hawaiian and Polynesian dance school Kamakani Komohana.
Several performers hail from local arts schools, including Orange County School of the Arts, Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts, and the Laguna College of Art & Design,
including Jenisa de Castro, a graduate of Huntington Beach Academy of the Performing Arts and a recent graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Jenisa brings to the stage a wealth of dynamic experience from the theater, dance, and music scenes of both Los Angeles and New York City, where she currently resides, pursuing her career in the performing arts.
Kamakani Komohana is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, founded by Gregg and Jene’s de Castro. The de Castro family has been on the forefront of the burgeoning arts scene in Southern California for many years, developing a curriculum to provide music and dance education centered around the rich cultures of Hawaii, Tahiti, Aotearoa, Samoa, and beyond. Proceeds from the One Spirit, Many Souls festival will ensure that the same high-caliber, innovative artistic and cultural programming will be available for many future generations to come.
This exciting event begins on Saturday, August 25th at 2:00 pm, when the doors open at Old World German Village, located at 7561 Center Ave., #49, Huntington Beach, CA. Local bands, including: Shine On Me, Cosmic Reaction, and Madison Grove, Undecided Future, as well the Kamakani Komohana School’s dance group, Ho’ike, and performing artist Jenisa de Castro will start performances at 3:00 pm, featuring a diverse array of young, vibrant talent. At 5:00pm the main event will be the ‘One Spirit, Many Souls’ show. Along with exciting entertainment, delicious regional cuisine will be available for purchase, as well!