Prince Kuhio Festivals around the state will be held in the month of March to honor our Ke Alii Makaainana for his love and passion of the Hawaiian people. The Prince Kuhio Festivals will feature Hawaiian Civic Clubs, the Hawaiian Royal Societies, Hawaiian Homestead Associations, halau hula, cultural practitioners, Hawaiian serving institutions, Hawaiian musical groups, Hawaiian schools, and Hawaiian entertainers who will deliver a family-friendly immersion in various Hawaiian cultural activities open to the public. The 2020 Prince Kuhio Parade in Kapolei, now home to the largest number of Hawaiian Homesteads in the state will be the new site of the Prince Kuhio Parade and Hoolaulea to follow at Ka Makana Alii with entertainment, cultural workshops and informational booths. Hawaiian Royal societies, Hawaiian serving organizations, Hawaiian Homestead Associations and community organizations will participate in this annual parade. The Prince Kuhio Festival Committee has requested to move the Prince's Parade from its traditional home in Waikiki to Kapolei for 2020. The parade will start at Kapolei Satellite City Hall and end at Ka Makana Alii on March 28 from 4-6pm (Parade) and 5:30-8:30pm (Hoolaulea).