About Hawaii Hispanic Heritage Festival and Events
Our Mission is to promote and perpetuate the Hispanic culture in Hawaii through annual festivals and special events. We do this by organizing The Hispanic Heritage Festival annually during National Hispanic Heritage month. Special events include: Cinco de Mayo block party in downtown Chinatown, Miss Latina Hawaii and Latin New Year's Eve celebrations.
Hawaii’s Hispanic Community celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15th to Oct. 15th with the 28th Annual Hispanic Heritage Street Festival & Health Fair. This free event is open to the public and encourages families, students, business owners and visitors to explore new rhythms, exotic tastes, mesmerizing dances and more!
This family friendly event, will showcase live Latin entertainment, food booths, crafts, cultural displays, art, specialty booths, Latin dance workshops, children’s activities and information from different community and health agencies.
Saturday, October 5, 2019
10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Downtown Chinatown, Nuuanu & Pauahi Streets
Free Admission! Open to the Public!
We would like to invite you to become a corporate sponsor of our Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival & Health Fair. Also, as a sponsor you will be donating to Hispanic scholarships in Hawaii as net proceeds will benefit these organizations. Please see the attached page regarding the numerous benefits of serving as a corporate sponsor. These benefits include: an exhibitor’s booth; a banner on the Festival Stage; and sponsorship recognition in the Festival’s promotional materials and statewide media campaign. We offer various sponsorship levels.
The festival allows local entrepreneurs to showcase their products to thousands of people who attend the festival. The magnitude of this event, the exposure it creates and the opportunities it provides, will greatly benefit your company. This year we are offering booths for: Business, Craft Booths, Food and Snack Booths and Health/Non-Profit Booths. New this year: Food Trucks! We hope you will join us in celebrating Hispanic culture in Hawaii.