The 14th Annual Pure Aloha Festival will be held April, 16–19 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in the Pavilion Parking Lot (Pictured: Guitarist, singer and song-writer Anuhea).
The festival will welcome more than 25,000 guests with traditional live entertainment, evening concerts featuring the best in island music, more than 100 specialty food and retail vendors, and a large carnival with midway rides.
The four-day event will include performances by multiple local and out of state Halau’s (hula schools) hailing from Nevada, California, Arizona, Utah and Hawaii, as well as two evening concerts from the best in island music.
Proceeds from the Pure Aloha Festival will benefit the Pure Aloha Community Development Corporation, a 501 c 3 Non-Profit. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony with dignitaries from the City of Las Vegas and Clark County at 6:15 p.m. on Thursday, April 16 at the Pure Aloha Festival Main Stage.
The festival will host the Pure Aloha Spring Concerts. The first concert will be on Friday, April 17 and the second concert on Saturday, April 18. Both evening concerts will feature some of the best in island music in Las Vegas and the hottest musicians in island and reggae entertainment will come together to celebrate the Spirit of Aloha.
Numerous artists will take the Pure Aloha stage to provide hours of island entertainment. Headlining Friday, April 17 show is J boog, Ekolu, Micah G and Inna Vision. Headlining Saturday, April 18 concert is Anuhea, Spawn Breezie and Las Vegas’s own New Age Tribe. Doors open at 6 p.m., and show starts at 7:00 p.m. A complete list of performers is available at Vizzun.com.
- Advance Purchase $32
- Day of Show $38
- VIP $100
Concert admission includes day of festival admission. Children under 10 are not allowed. Seating is limited and may be standing room only, as this is an outdoor event. Concert line-up is subject to change without prior notice.