FAQs:

  • Can I bring my dog to the festivities at the park?  Yes, you may bring a leashed dog.  The park is open to the public.  We just ask that you clean up after your furry friends.
  • Where do I park for the festivities at the Esther Short Park?  There is a parking garage located on Columbia & 6th Street.  All other parking will be street parking. 
  • Is there an admission fee?  The festival is free to the public.  You can help keep this a free event by supporting Ke Kukui Foundation with donations, becoming a member, adding us to your Amazon Smile and Fred Meyer, and visiting our food and craft vendors.  
  • Is there a fee for the Cultural Workshops & to compete in the Hula Competition? Yes. Click here for the cultural workshops and click here for the hula competition
  • Are there ATM’s available?  Yes. There will be ATM’s located at each venue. 
  • Can I bring a chair to the park?  Yes you may bring a low-back lawn chair so that festival goers behind you can enjoy the wonderful entertainment.
  • How can I help the with the event?  There are fantastic opportunities to participate and learn from master practitioners at the cultural workshops!  If you are a spectator, you can help by cleaning up your area and areas around you as you exit each venue. If you would like to kokua and volunteer, CLICK HERE to the Volunteer page.
  • What can I do to ensure I have the best experience at 4 Days Of Aloha?  The purpose of the festival is to enjoy the aloha spirit and experience a piece of Hawai’i here in the Pacific Northwest! You can maximize your experience by smiling, giving aloha and sharing your experiences with others.
  • Is there a hashtag that I can use for my Social Media posts? Absolutely!  Please use the hashtag #4daysofaloha on all your posts so that others can enjoy your experiences as well.