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Largest Block Party in Kauai to Return


Kauai’s biggest block party returns as Sheraton Kauai Resort hosts the 12th Annual Sunset Ho`olaule`a, the kickoff event to the week-long Koloa Plantation Days 2010 celebration. Featuring an all-star line-up of Kauai’s most talented entertainers on three stages, a large selection of ono food booths and activities for the keiki, the party, which is free and open to the public, takes off on Saturday, July 17, from 4:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Free parking is available at Kiahuna Golf Course and Poipu Beach Park with a shuttle service running from 3:00 to 10:00 p.m. For information, call (808) 742-1661.

Sheraton Kauai Resort will showcase popular local artists with free continuous entertainment that will rotate amongst the three stages throughout the evening. The evening will feature contemporary Hawaiian music from Shilo Pa with Sean Carillo, Fat Mac and Chanel Flores. Ho`olaule`a alumni, The Blond Boys will return again to rock the stage along with local band Revival featuring Alika.

Sheraton Kauai Resort will offer delectable cuisine from some of the hotel’s dining venues including items from Shells Steak and Seafood, Naniwa Japanese Restaurant and The Point. Additional food booths will include a variety of gourmet specialties and local favorites from the Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas’ Nanea restaurant, Plantation Gardens, Casablanca, Josselin’s Tapas Bar & Grill, Kauai Pasta, Kalapaki Joes, Merriman’s, Scotty’s Beachside BBQ, Sushi Bushido and Lapperts. Outside food & beverage are not permitted.

From 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., the Keiki Corner with a bounce house, face painting, shave ice and cotton candy is sure to enthrall the kids.

Ho`onani Road fronting the Sheraton Kauai will be closed from Kapili Road to the eastern end of Ho`onani Road for the celebration. A special mahalo to Aloha Church, County of Kauai, Garden Island Security, Kauai Island Tours, Kauai Police Department, Kiahuna Golf Club, Merrimans, No Ka Oi Plants and Roadway Solutions for their contributions.

Posted by: Bruce Fisher on Jul 8, 2010