Celebrating NOV. 4th–7th, 2021! Live Events will be modified if needed due to COVID19

Award Winning Festival Celebrates Over 50 Years!

2021 FESTIVAL STARTS BREWING NOVEMBER 4th-7th!

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This year’s 2021 festival will offer a diverse variety of experiences that include both virtual and reimagined festival favorite events and programing, while prioritizing the health and safety of everyone involved.

Honoring Pioneers, Farmers, Artisans & Coffee!

Recognized as the oldest and one of the most successful food festivals in Hawaii!

Our 2021 Festival kicks off November 4th for 4 days of events that promote Hawaii’s unique culture and diversity and supports the Festival’s mission to preserve, perpetuate and promote Kona’s unique coffee heritage!

Events will be Live, Virtual, Streaming & Pre-Recorded throughout the festival!

New York Times bestselling picture book illustrator & artist

We are delighted to announce our signature 2021 artwork!

Jing Jing Tsong unforgettable style uniquely captures the many elements of the coffee festival events and sews them together in a colorful, cheerful quilt-inspired piece that wraps itself in the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival.

DAILY CULTURAL DISPLAYS & DEMO

DAILY KONA COFFEE 101 SEMINAR

DAILY QUILT SHOWS

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Entertainment

Displays

Farm Tours

Recipe Contests

Contests & Awards

Due to COVID19, Live events are subject to change if needed.

2021 Festival Tickets Coming Soon!

2021 Kona Coffee Cultural Festival Events 

LIMITED EDITION MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

Now is your chance to buy our limited supply of merchandise from previous years!

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Please Support Us

PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE FESTIVAL AND ITS MISSION TO PRESERVE, PERPETUATE AND PROMOTE KONA’S NEARLY 200-YEAR OLD COFFEE HERITAGE!

HAWAII’S LONGEST-RUNNING FOOD FESTIVAL!

The first Festival was held in 1970!

Making it the longest-running food festival in the Aloha State! “It all started with a group of business people on the island, from the hotels, airlines & the industry, to put together a festival to honor Kona coffee during the slower November season, It also corresponds with coffee harvest time.” Valerie Corcoran

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