In Partnership with the Southern Weekend

37th annual Greek festival to bring music, food and culture to Ala Moana Beach Park

Travel to Greece without leaving Hawaii

The 37th annual Greek festival is Saturday, October 27, and Sunday, October 28, at McCoy Pavilion in Ala Moana Park from 12:00 – 9:00 p.m. Sample food specialties like spanakopita, gyro sandwiches and souvlaki and enjoy live music and dancing! Stroll through a Greek-style bazaar where you’ll find imported olive oil, olives, herbs, grape leaves, fashion items, incense and much more.

Entertainment includes a performance by The Aloha Youth Choir of Saints Constantine & Helen under the direction of their founder and director Stelio Scordilis, The Nisiotes Dancers showcasing Saints Constantine dancers performing traditional Greek dances, the band Mythos from San Jose, California, and Jake Sotiriadis and his Bouzouki.

The festival is still looking for volunteers to help put on the event. If you are interested please call (808) 521-7220 or email

General Admission is $3
Children 11 and under and active military are FREE
Wear a Toga and you can get in for only $1

Parking: Participants are encourage you to take public transportation or perhaps carpool. There is limited parking at Ala Moana Beach Park, however you may find parking at the Ala Moana and Ward Entertainment Center areas. Or save time and trouble by using cabs or ride-share systems like UBER or Lyft. This way you can enjoy the festival and not worry about parking or drinking!

Credit cards are now accepted. Cash and printed checks with ID are also welcome. There are also several ATM’s available on site.
Make sure and get a program when you enter the festival. A site map and entertainment schedule are included in it.
Lost and found is located at the main admission table at the beach-side entrance.

For more information:, call (808) 521-7220 or email