New!!! Mālama Hula O Nā Keiki (Preserve Hula Of The Kids) Keiki Hula Competition on the beach is a new event at the 2015 San Diego Shaka Fest. Nā Koa Kai Canoe Club, the founder and host of the San Diego Shaka Fest, is a Hawaiian cultural immersion program for youths. We believe Hula […]
Once again The San Diego Shaka Fest is hosting Nā Koa Kai Canoe Club’s Annual Keiki Heihei Waʻa. This is only youth only Hawaiian outrigger canoe regatta on the mainland. This event draws teams from the U.S. Mainland and Hawaii! Come support our future as they battle it out on the water!
Love vintage Woody Cars? Then don’t miss the 2015 San Diego Shaka Fest. We will have several classic vintage woody cars in the parking lot on display.
Don’t miss these awesome vendors at our 2015 San Diego Shaka Fest!
We are super excited about our 2nd annual San Diego Shaka Fest which is Saturday April 25, 2015! With new events added to our festival we know everyone is going to have a super fun time! We will be posting these exciting new events so check back with us soon!
Aloha mai kākou!
I am super excited about our 1st annual San Diego Shaka Fest! We are looking forward to all the canoes on the water racing the long distance course and then racing our sprint course with race turns! We are also looking forward to all the Stand Up Paddle Board racers as they […]
2014 will mark Nā Koa Kai Canoe Club’s 4th Annual Keiki Heihei Waʻa (youth canoe regatta). This event attracts youths from all over California, Arizona, and Hawaiʻi. One of the founders of Nā Koa Kai Canoe Club, Uncle Gus Cervantes, felt that the nā ʻōpio (youths) on the mainland didn’t have a canoe regatta […]
will mark Nā Koa Kai Canoe Club’s 2nd Annual “Stand Up For The Kids SUP Race!” This race is for all ages including adults. This year will include a 3-mile sprint and a
4-mile relay race. This event is a
fundraiser to support Nā Koa Kai Canoe Club’s youth only Hawaiian Cultural
Immersion program. This program is
You will not want to miss the incredible performances taking place on the ʻāina (land) at our 2014 San Diego Shaka Fest. We have a line-up of Hawaiian Hula Hālau, Tahitian dancers, and ukulele performances just to name a few. Come down and enjoy festivities for the entire ʻohana (family), ya!
Why not make your next Stand Up Paddle vacation or hoe waʻa (canoe paddle) on the Hawaiian islands?! Ok, so you just want to relax on the kahakai (beach) on Maui, ya! Well then I suggest you show up to the first annual San Diego Shaka Fest and purchase some tickets and enter […]