Pure Aloha Festival Celebrates Polynesian Culture

The Festival will take place Thursday September 30 through Sunday October 3

By OTS Staff

Visitors to Craig Ranch Regional Park can soon get a taste of the tropics with live music, entertainment, crafts and food native to AAPI communities. The Pure Aloha Festival is celebrating its 15th year with tickets on sale now.

The Deets:

• The Festival is hosted By Pure Aloha Development and Vizzun Entertainment, a company specializing in Polynesian entertainment.

• Pure Aloha Community Development Corporation is a nonprofit whose mission is “to help families in need of education support, housing, and food security, along with emergency funds needed to assist with unexpected health and medical issues.”

• Since 2015 they have partnered with the Make a Wish Foundation, Three Square Food Bank, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and Victory Outreach Church of Summerlin.

• The Festival will take place Thursday September 30 through Sunday October 3.

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