Bay Area Aloha Festival — August 4 & 5

Posted on July 20, 2012


The 17th Annual San Francisco Bay Area Aloha Festival is coming to the San Mateo County Event Center!

The Pacific Islanders Cultural Association of the San Francisco Bay Area (PICA) offer their talents in music and dance during this FREE ADMISSION, two-day festival of arts held during the first full weekend of every August. Entertainment highlights include Pacific Islander music as well as Polynesian dance. The festival will also feature arts & crafts vendors, island cuisine, educational exhibits and workshops, and an `Ohana Korner with simple games for the kids!

What:  17th Annual San Francisco Bay Area Aloha Festival — FREE ADMISSION

When:  Saturday and Sunday, August 4 and 5 from 10:00 am — 5:00 pm

Where:  San Mateo County Event Center — 1346 Saratoga Drive  San Mateo, CA  94403  Parking:  $10

About PICA:

The Pacific Islanders Cultural Association (PICA) was formed in 1995 in Northern California. It is comprised of interested volunteers whose mission is to develop and perpetuate through education the histories, cultures and traditions of all Pacific islanders, mainly through its annual Aloha Festival. Your support, whether by participating in or volunteering your time at our festival, or by tax deductible donations, is greatly appreciated and will assist PICA in achieving its goals.

For more information, please visit their website: