The Kauai Folk Festival showcases Old Time, Americana, Tropical, and Hawaiian music, dance and craft on three stages featuring local, independent and legendary grammy-winning artists.
Kauai Folk Festival lets you get your hands dirty learning age-old crafts with artisan workshops like stringed instruments and butchering to blacksmithing and lei making along with artist speaker sessions.
Enjoy tasty local foods and drink from a curated selection of local favorites. Look for Kauai Juice Co, Ya Quddus Bagels, BBQ, healthy foods and an incredible selection of bevies and booze from local brewers and distillers.
Kauai Folk Festival will be hosted on the Grove Farm Homestead in Lihue providing “Folks” with a fascinating glimpse into the island's past. Hawaii’s booming sugar plantation industry in the late 1800s had its origins on Kauai. Grove Farm, one of the earliest sugar plantations and the former home of George N. Wilcox and his descendants, was founded in 1864. Today, this 100-acre, historic site showcases life during Kauai’s plantation era more than a century ago which includes the old Wilcox homes, tropical gardens, orchards and rolling lawns. No better place to get together for an old fashioned hoe-down to celebrate Kauai's history make some new history of our own.