Honolulu Ekiden and Music 2014

The modern Ekiden is a type of popular long distance relay race held all over Japan.
  • Get ready for 2015! May 31, 2015 at 5:30am


    JOIN US After The Race For “Live” Entertainment At Kapiolani Park Bandstand! Food Vendors Too! Open To The Public!

  • Get ready for 2015! May 31, 2015 at 5:30am


    JOIN US After The Race For “Live” Entertainment At Kapiolani Park Bandstand! Food Vendors Too! Open To The Public!

  • Get ready for 2015! May 31, 2015 at 5:30am


    JOIN US After The Race For “Live” Entertainment At Kapiolani Park Bandstand! Food Vendors Too! Open To The Public!

The modern Ekiden is a popular long distance relay race held all over Japan.

Origins of the sport date back to when a messenger would deliver a message to another messenger until it reached its final destination.

The Honolulu Ekiden is a 26.2-mile (42.195 km) course divided into six sections.

Honolulu Ekiden: May 31, 2015 (Sunday)

Join us for the Honolulu Ekiden Post Race Party

Kapiolani Park Bandstand

May 31, 2015



Post race party is from 8:30am to 12:00pm

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Delicious Food And Refreshing Drinks

Free Outdoor Concert Featuring 4 Famous Local Musicians

• Brother Noland  • Kapena Delima  • Henry Kapono  • John Cruz

Schedule of Events:

8:35am:  Brother Noland

9:10am:  Kapena Delima

10:00am:  Saint Louis Hula Halau "Hui O Na Pio"

10:25am:  John Cruz

10:50am:  Up Up Girls

11:30am:  Henry Kapono

 

• Smoked Meat Meals By “Guava Smoked”  • Authentic Thai Cuisine By “Olay Thai Express”  • Flavorful Chicken Wings By “Wingstop”  • Natural Beef Burgers By “Mahaloha Burger”• Fresh Squeezed Lemonade By “Waimanalo Country Farms”        • Smoothies By "Jamba Juice" • Kamitoku Ramen • Shaved Ice By "Lawson Station"



Plus, don’t miss a live hula performance By St. Louis School hula halau “Hui O Na Pio” and J-Pop “Up Up Girls” from Japan!

 

Save the date!  May 31, 2015 (Sunday) at 5:30am 

We hope to see you all there!

 

 

About Ekiden

Origins of the sport date back to when a message would be delivered by a messenger passing it to another messenger until it reaches its final destination.

Although there are now other methods to deliver a message, the tradition of Ekiden remains through the sport. Ekiden have been historically used in Japan to promote unity as a team as well as personal perseverance.

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Contact Info

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