After our Opening Ceremony, hop on a boat and travel to Secret Island!

Here you can expect to immerse yourself in the Hawaiian Ocean, snorkel, paddle board, play volleyball, and relax on hammocks while you sun bathe.


After our Opening Ceremony, hop on a Catamaran for a 90minute Ocean Voyage Tour!



Immerse yourself with a Hawaiian Healing Yoga, after our Opening Ceremony. This flow is Iyengar influences with Vinyasa. Led by a community yoga instructor, Jonathan ( Yoga Loves Mana).

Prepare yourself for some love with the two beautiful souls, Allison & Rosemary. They will be teaching a Lotus Vinyasa Flow, with enhancements on correct posture and engaging those around you with love.

Have you been wanting to try Acro Yoga for a while now? This is the perfect time! Join our final daytime yoga class with our Acro instructors. They will lead through basics and aid those in the advanced realm.


Main stage opens at 2:00pm

HOOK + LINE 2:00pm-3:00pm

Acoustic O’ahu-based Rhythm & Blues duo, Jake and Mahree of Hook + Line, feature vintage sounds and distinct vocal harmonies that span a variety of genres. They play regularly at O’Toole’s and other locations, and they also collaborate with bands throughout O’ahu.

PAULA FUGA 3:15pm-4:30pm

Praised for her originality in song composition and ability to stir the deepest emotions with spellbinding and soulful vocals, Paula Fuga has established herself as one of Hawai’i’s most respected live performers.

At an early age, she faced the vulnerabilities of living homeless on the beach, seeing the destruction of drugs and violence. Despite having overcome such adversity quite successfully, she is living her career with much gratitude and humility. Fuga relentlessly strives to inspire youth across the world, sharing her story of perseverance and hope. She makes countless efforts to participate in various community projects focusing on protecting the environment and spreading the fundamental values of her native Hawaiian culture. Fuga is an artist on a mission, and music is her vehicle.

MIKE LOVE 5:00pm-6:30pm

Meet Mike Love — one of reggae music’s rising stars. Born and raised in O’ahu, Hawaii to a musical family that spans generations, Mike Love brings a multitude of influences to the table, all tied together by the common goal of making the world a better place. His sounds are at times otherworldly as he taps into the essence of love and creativity combined with the use of technology.

Mike Love has toured with many artists in the circles of conscious, roots music, including Trevor Hall, Xavier Rudd, Nahko and many more.  Over the past few years he performed to enthusiastic audiences at the California Roots Festival, Wakarusa, Wanderlust and the Montreal Jazz Fest, just to name a few.

QUADRAPHONIX 6:45pm-8:00pm

Quadraphonix are a Hawaii-based free-form world beat band with an international following. Their sound is heavily influenced by Indian, Malaysian, African and Latin cultural music fused with Jazz, Hip Hop, Funk, Blues and Rock.

​Over the past 19 years, they’ve performed to audiences in 15 countries, from Germany to Turkey, Thailand, Japan and beyond. They have shared the stage with legendary performers including Talib Kweli and Mos Def, Ozomatli, The Black Eyed Peas, and Eek-A-Mouse.

​NOA | AON 8:15pm-10:00pm(1st set) 10:00pm-2:00am (2nd set)

Ex-Professional Cyclist, Worldwide entrepreneur NOA|AON is now moving fully into music!

NOA|AON is dedicated to producing transformative music that sits on the perception of reflection: NOA|AON.

NOA translates to freedom and movement. AON is the reflection of NOA and encourages an “All Or Nothing” approach to life. You either do or you do not. There is no middle road. NOA|AON is full freedom, full movement, complete and total transformation. There is only one choice, NOA|AON.




Women’s Panel:  Featuring SoulFire and more

After our Opening Ceremony, we’ll dive into an engaging conversation with our Women’s Panel talks led by SoulFireWe can only say, “Prepare to be blown away by the women you’re about to witness.”


Neuroscience on Sleep: Your health, dreams, and more: Sheryl Shook, PhD, LSP, TFT and Jennifer Killinger

Do you LOVE sleep? Would you like to know more about how to have better sleep? What about lucid dreaming? We’ll jump into an incredible discussion on the neuroscience of sleep with Dr. Sheryl Shook. She encourages everyone to become ambassadors of sleep wellness.

Dr. Shook’s classes at Kapiolani Community College fill up in mere minutes every semester because she is such a phenomenal teacher. You will walk away from this presentation with knowledge to enhance your life through better sleep.


Wim Hof Workshop “Expect nothing, just experience”

During this event the three pillars of the Wim Hof Method will be explained and instructed: cold exposure, breathing exercises and mind-set/focus. The goal is to give you the tools to help improve your energy flow, get the body flexible, and enable your mind to concentrate in a more focused manner. By gaining this awareness, you will better connect your body and mind.

You’ll immerse yourself in a learning experience like no other. You will reveal your true superhuman abilities in this self-empowering event of transformation. Imagine learning how to turn moments of anxiety into your most transformational state. Imagine using oxygen to tap into your reptilian brain and releasing your own adrenaline at will. Sound impossible? Not with Wim at the helm. Wim admits: he is not superhuman at all; you can do this, too.


Science: A Weapon for the Good:  Andrei Natarov, PhD

Andrei studies oceanographic phenomena that affect climate variability and change. His main interest is understanding processes that take place in the tropical ocean and using this understanding to improve climate models and their ability to project the near future.

Like anyone else with a understanding of basic science, Andrei worries about the ongoing man-made climate change and deeply cares about its implications for our future, as well as what we can do to alleviate the devastating effects of the global warming, ocean acidification, pollution, the ongoing mass extinction, and other catastrophes caused by human activities.

But what Andrei finds more disconcerting, is human inactivity: we, as voters, allow science (the most powerful weapon ever known) to be largely neglected in policymaking. Andrei argues that to fully deploy science for the good of all of us, we need to find ways to improve the scientific literacy of our society.


How to Spot and Prevent Elder Abuse: Rachael Yergan

We almost all have a loved one, friend or family member above the age of 60, but did you know that 10% of these elder members of society experience abuse, exploitation, neglect or fraud? This statistic dos not include those in facilities and is seen as a gross underestimation, because many victims are unable or afraid to report or disclose information. One out of ten elderly people you know may need your help. Learn to spot the signs of elder abuse, so you can be an advocate for and prevent mistreatment of those you care about.


Open Your Eyes to Deaf Culture: Learning ASL with Emily Jo Noschese

As the fourth generation in a Deaf family, Emily Jo Noschese is very passionate about educating the others about Deaf Culture and building the bridge between Deaf and Hearing worlds.  She is an American Sign Language instructor at Kapiolani Community College, where the highly popular American Sign Language classes take place – the fastest growing not only at KCC, but in the nation!

Are you curious about Deaf Culture, how people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing thrive in your world? Have you wanted to learn some American Sign Language, but you’ve just never had the opportunity?  This workshop led by Emily Jo will cover both!  Learn how to use your hands and open your eyes to a rich, new world!