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Hawaii’s Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival & Health Fair

July 14, 2016

Hawaii Hispanic Heritage Festival

The Hawaii Hispanic Heritage Festival is an annual event in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. It is brought to you by Hawaii Hispanic Heritage Festival and Events, Alma Latina Productions, The Hispanic Community and the City and County of Honolulu.

Hawaii’s Hispanic Community celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 with the 26th Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival & Health Fair. This free event is open to the public and encourages families, students, business owner’s and visitors to explore new rhythms, exotic tastes, mesmerizing dances and a variety of culturally inspired beers and cocktails.

This year’s theme is “Honoring our Heritage. Building our Future”. The festival is taking attendees back 26 years to Honolulu Hale, the original festival venue. At this family friendly event, there will be lots of live entertainment, food booths, crafts, cultural displays, art, specialty booths, Latin dance workshops, children’s activities and information from different community and health agencies. New to this year’s festival is a beer tent featuring an assortment of brews and tequilas to enjoy with live music.

This year’s Festival is on October 15, 2016 to be held at the Honolulu Hale on the Grounds of the Frank F. Fasi Civic Center


Learn more here:

This year we need your help to keep it going. We have set up a “Go Fund Me” website to accept donations. Anything helps!




Miss Latina Hawaii 2016

January 7, 2016

Now in it’s 5th year, the Miss Latina Hawaii Scholarship Pageant continues to grow. It was established to provide Hawaii’s Latin women the opportunity to grow as well rounded individuals. Through participation in this program, they experience important societal issues, develop professional and personal skills and showcase their talents.

The Miss Latina Hawaii Scholarship Pageant serves as a preliminary pageant for the Miss Hawaii Pageant and the Miss America Organization.

The pageant will be held on Saturday, January 23, 2016
at the Mamiya Theatre in Honolulu.



Learn more at the Miss Latina Hawaii website.

Purchase Advanced Tickets here:

NYE Latin Gala with Latin Amigos and Friends

November 14, 2015

Featuring the Live sounds of “Latin Amigos” with guest artists….from California “Stanley Robley”  and from Kauai “Wally Rita”!

Special Attraction: “Puerto Rican Cuatro Madness” by Hawaii’s Finest!
Fabulous Latin Dance Showcase!   Party Favors!    Appetizer’s!    Champagne Toast at midnight!
No-Host Bar!    Lots of “FREE” Parking!    More Surprises to come!!!!!

Tickets: $20 (Advance) All Ages!  Family Friendly!  (Children under 10 FREE)  $25 (At-the-Door)

Doors open @ 7:00pm
Note: (21+ Must show I.D. For No-Host Bar)

For more information or ticket sales call:  Alma Latina Productions at 808-285-0072
Purchase Advance tickets on Eventbrite:

This event is brought to you by: Alma Latina Productions, Latin Amigos & Friends!

NYE Latin Gala with Latin Amigos

Latino-Mexican Fest – September 26th!

September 1, 2015

Latino-Mexican Fest Honolulu 2015

Join Us for another great event, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month….. “Latino ~ Mexican Fest! Sept. 26th (Saturday), 7pm to 12mn in the beautiful C’est Bon Ballroom in the Pagoda Hotel, 1525 Rycroft Street.

Featuring directly from California The Ballet Folklorico Costa de Oro with their beautiful dances & costumes of Mexico! The Ballet Folklórico Costa de Oro is dedicated to the preservation of Mexican traditions and culture. Dance and music are the tools used to educate the youth and community about Mexico’s rich and beautiful history.

Joining them will be the very popular Latin/Contemporary Live sounds of “John Ortiz” & the Latin Amigos Band! For your dancing pleasure!

“DJ Azteca” throwing down the best of musica Latina!

Many surprises!!!!    No-host Bar!     Mexican Appetizers will be available!     Lots of Parking!  Large Dance Floor!
Dress to Impress!

Purchase advance tickets at:

Miss Latina Hawaii 2015

December 17, 2014


An official Preliminary Scholarship Pageant to Miss Hawaii and Miss America Pageant will be held Saturday, January 24, 2015

At the Mamiya Theatre, 3412 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu, HI


Buy $20 advance tickets here:

The new Miss Latina Hawaii will represent the Hispanic Community at the Miss Hawaii Pageant, then if she wins she will represent the state of Hawaii nationally. With your generosity and charitable support, this organization can continue to thrive. The scholarships offered to the women competing in the pageant will help them succeed endeavors.

Learn about Sponsorship Opportunities: SponsorMissLatinaHawaii

El Dia de la Raza

September 2, 2014

Alma Latina Productions & Radio presents

“El Día de la Raza” (Day of the Race)
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month & Columbus Day!

Sunday, October 12, 2014, 7pm-12mn
Happening at: Crossroads at Hawaiian Brians, 1680 Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu, HI

Food & No-Host Bar available for purchase!    Parking: $5 w/validation all night

Tickets: DAY OF EVENT: $20

Proceeds from this event will go to the “Alma Latina Radio Shows” serving Hawaii’s Hispanic Community.

Tuesday’s:  Alma Latina Morning Drive, KPRP,650AM, 9-11am
Sunday’s:   Alma Latina Show, KWAI/K108, 1080AM, 1-4pm

Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair 2014!

August 18, 2014

Hispanic Heritage Festival 2014For Vendor and Sponsorship opportunities visit:


Summer Salsa in Paradise 2014

May 1, 2014

2014 marks the 13th year of Hawaii’s Annual Summer Salsa in Paradise.  This year’s talent line up is one of the best!


For more info visit:


Thursday, June 19th

8:00PM – 1:00AM – Official Pre-Party at SalsAmor at Vice Nightclub 1200 Ala Moana Blvd. 21+ (Dress to Impress)

Salsa Dance Lesson by: The Ladies of New Skin
DJ’s, Rod Moreno with Guest DJ Franky Villalobos of Puerto Rico
Introduction of International Instructors & Dance Teams, Followed by Dance Showcase.
Dress to Impress! FREE parking provided.  (21+)

Friday, June 20th & Saturday, June 21st

11:00AM – 6:00PM – Dance Workshops (check schedule for times) (All Ages).
Location: The Crown Night Club, 1837 Kapiolani Blvd.

Friday, June 20th (Evening)

8:00 PM – 2:00 AM – Kick-off Party at The Crown Night Club, 1837 Kapiolani Blvd.

Aloha Attire ~ Hawaiian Style Salsa Party!
Live Latin Music Provided By “Eddie Ortiz & The Son Caribe Band.
DJ Franky Villalobos, from Puerto Rico &  DJ Fee, DJ Ever, dance showcase, silent auction, specialty vendors & more!

Saturday, June 21st (Evening)

8:00 PM – 2:00 AM – Main Event at The Crown, 1837 Kapiolani Blvd.
(Attire: Dress in Red with Masquerade theme).

DJ Franky Villalobos from Puerto Rico, DJ DaLion of Judah, Dance Showcase, Silent Auction, Specialty Vendors and more!

Sunday, June 22nd

11:00 AM – 7:00 PM – Pool Party, Location TBA (All Ages)
DJ’s, Band, Lots of dancing, games, Food, No-Host Bar and lots of Fun in the Sun!


Cinco de Mayo 2014!

March 9, 2014

CincodeMayo2014_webJoin us on Friday, May 2, 2014 as we kick-off the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta 2014!!

Where: Crossroads at Hawaiian Brians, 1680 Kapiolani Blvd. 2nd Floor, 8pm-1:30am

Featuring ” Eddie Ortiz & Son Caribe” ~ Hawaii’s Band of Choice for Live Latin Music!

DJ Azteca playing Musica Mexicana!
Mariachi Singer, Christina Linares!

Taco Buffet! Drink Specials! Spacious Wooden Dance Floor!

Cover: $15 (18+) with proper I.D.
Parking w/Validation: $1.25

FMI: 808-285-0072 or 808-946-1343
Presented by: Alma Latina Productions & Radio & Son Caribe Entertainment

Cinco de Mayo at Restaurant Row on May 3rd!


On Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 5:00pm to 10:00pm, at the grounds of Restaurant Row

OOSPOT & Alma Latina will once again present the annual “Cinco de Mayo Hispanic Celebration” Festival. This celebration serves to bring awareness to Oahu’s diverse population of 120,000 Hispanics from over 22 nations. It is co-produced by, Alma Latina Radio Show and others. This celebration will showcase the diversity of Latino culture in Hawaii and includes music, dance, cuisine and the arts.

The Cinco de Mayo Street Festival specifically highlights Honolulu’s connection to all the beautiful colors, dances, arts, music, folklore and cuisine of Latin America. Local Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Cuban restaurants will feature seasonal specialties, alongside Honolulu’s landmark establishments and the best of Honolulu Mobile and Food Vendor eateries. Expect Nachos, spicy Chili Con Queso, Tamales and Horchata, Elotes and Pasteles, alongside Chicken Mole and Green Rice, Mexican Pizza, Lamb & Chicken Biryani, French crepes and Cheesecake.

Live music will run from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm on the main stage.

Headlining the event is Son Caribe, Honolulu’s premiere Latin band. This dynamite combo is led by Eddie Ortiz (trumpeter, vocalist, and arranger), and the group plays a wide variety of musical styles, including Salsa, Merengue and Bachata. Featured vocalist Cynthia Romero’s sultry and silky smooth voice complements a solid rhythm and horn section in the eight-piece ensemble. The Santana Tribute Band features Roshan capturing the soul & fire of Santana’s guitar magic, while maintaining his own musical personality. If you love Santana and his music then you already know what this band is about.

Cinco De Mayo Street Festival 2014 is free to all.

Over 21″s will be carded and $5 drink wristbands will be required for enjoying alcoholic beverages. A $10 wristband is available, which also provides entry to multiple nightclubs in the district, running live bands and DJs from 10:00 pm to 4:00 am. The official after-party of Cinco de Mayo Hispanic Celebration is brought to you by

The Festival is presented by the Hype Hawaii, OOSPOT,, Alma Latina Radio Show and others.

Miss Latina Hawaii Pageant 2014

January 27, 2014

Join us for an exciting evening on Saturday, February 1st at the Mamiya Theatre, 3142 Waialae Avenue, 5:00pm., when we will crown the new
Miss Latina Hawaii & Miss Latina Hawaii Outstanding Teen – 2014



$20 (Advance)
$30 (At-the-Door)
Purchase Advanced Tickets:

The Miss Latina Hawaii Scholarship Pageant serves as a preliminary pageant for the Miss Hawaii Pageant and the Miss America Organization.

The four contestants vying for the title of Miss Latina Hawaii are:
Easter-Lily Smith, Eryne Tinajero, Monte Keawe-Costa & Victoria Boles.

Easter Lily Smith

Easter Lily Smith

Eryne Tinajero

Eryne Tinajero

Monte Keawe Costa

Monte Keawe Costa

Victoria Boles

Victoria Boles

The three contestants vying for the title of Miss Latina Hawaii Outstanding Teen are: Nicole Hong, Alexia Sommers & Liberty Garcia.

Nicole Hong

Nicole Hong

Alexia Sommers

Alexia Sommers

Liberty Garcia

Liberty Garcia

All contestants compete in Private Interview, Lifestyle & Fitness in Sportswear, Talent, Evening Wear, On-Stage Question and Scholastic Achievement. They will compete in Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit, Talent and Evening wear phases of competition.

The new Miss Latina Hawaii will represent the Hispanic Community at the Miss Hawaii Pageant.