Hawaiʻi’s Oldest Food Festival
Since its inception in 1970, the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival organization has sought to preserve, perpetuate and promote Kona’s unique nearly 200-year coffee heritage. The Festival and the local community embrace visitors and residents by sharing the unique history and culture of Kona coffee pioneers, farmers and artisans throughout the 10-days that celebrate the Kona coffee lifestyle.
We want to extend a huge mahalo the following coffee farms that held farm tours during our 2023 festival! We would also like to extend a huge mahalo to our local coffee cafes that participated in our first (of hopefully many) Cafe Bingo contest! We truly appreciate all of your efforts and participation in our 52nd Kona Coffee Cultural Festival!
If you missed the farm tours or visiting the cafes during the festival, check out their websites or social media for their current offerings! We hope that they will all participate again at our 2024 festival!
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Call for Signature Art for the 53rd Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival Attention Artists and Creatives!
The Kona Coffee Cultural Festival is thrilled to announce its Call for Signature Art for the 53rd Festival happening November 1-10, 2024. Hawaii artists are invited to submit original Kona coffee art in all art forms. Deadline to submit is March 15, 2024.
Recognized as the oldest and one of the most successful food festivals in Hawaii, Kona Coffee Cultural Festival promotes Kona’s unique coffee heritage