From Pahoa’s Hwy 130:
Follow Hwy 132 (stay Left at the Y to stay on Hwy 132)
Take a Right at the Four Way Stop “Four Corners” onto Hwy 137 “The Red Road”
Entrance to Green Lake/Flow Festival is .25 mile down on the Right, across from KBC Road.
All ages are encouraged! There will not be alcohol sold at the event.
Children 12 and under are FREE.
Parents/Guardians must maintain responsibility for their children at all – Keiki Camp is not a day care facility.
Proof of residency is absolutely required to qualify for the Kama’aina rate at the door.
There will be onsite parking. There may be an extra fee. Ride shares are suggested.
Please plan ahead: cars will not be allowed in the camping area. Car camping may not extend outside of your vehicle.
There is ample and incredible camping space at Green Lake.
Weekend passes include camping for both Friday and Saturday.
There will be NO CAMPING ALLOWED on Sunday night if you are not a staff member or explicity given permission by Jillian Berry.
You are encouraged to bring your own water.
Glass and pets are prohibited.
theflowfestival.com/contact or email@example.com
There may be no refunds. Sales may be final.
We have a few exciting tricks up our sleeve for this year, we won’t reveal it all… but we can leak a couple things:
- Flow Fest is taking major steps towards a Zero Waste goal!
- Food vendors will be required to utilize compostable serving materials
- We will have compartmentalized waste stations staffed throughout the fest grounds
- We will be collecting all compost for Green Lake and local farmers to utilize
- Please help support us by hauling out everything you haul in!
- Flow Fest is also planning to set up a “Hawaiian Village” in partnership with a number of Hawaiian elders.
- This village will honor the local customs, traditions and ancestry in a concerted effort to bridge gaps between cultures on the island so that we may develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for one another.
- We are excited to explore food, drink, dance, music, agriculture and much more together as the common foundation from which to built powerful relationships.
- The Hawaiian Village will also serve to promote the Intercultural Lokahi (Harmony) Initiative which intends to carry on with workshops and discussions in this vein throughout the year – at no cost to its participants.
- This is where proceeds of Flow Fest 2018 will be allocated.