Holo Holo Music Festival Las Vegas Finalizes 2024 Lineup

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By Nate Todd Feb 28, 2024 12:46 pm PST

The Holo Holo Festival Las Vegas expanded its 2024 lineup with the addition of Kolohe Kai and Tenelle. Produced by Good Vibez Presents and Live Nite Events, the three-day event is set to take place at the Downtown Las Vegas Event Center April 26 – 28.

The festival celebrating Hawaiian culture “will once again bring a taste of home to the ‘ninth island’ with music, food, and friends, transforming the Downtown Las Vegas Event Center into an island oasis,” as per a press release.

Kolohe Kai and Tenelle join previously announced Holo Holo artists J Boog, Iam Tongi, Common Kings, Three Plus, Maoli, L.A.B, Rebel SoulJahz, The Green, Fiji and more. Additionally, Hawaii-based artist Kamea Hadar and his team will provide live visual art for the three-day event.


“Growing up in Ewa Beach, O’ahu, island music and reggae were the soundtracks to my childhood,” Good Vibez co-founder Dan Sheehan stated. “These styles of music—the heartbeat of the islands—are the backbone of my work as a festival producer and venue owner, and we’re stoked to holo holo back to Vegas in 2024.”

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Festival At-a-Glance

A note from Good Vibez Presents on land acknowledgement:

We acknowledge that the Holo Holo Music Festival Vegas, at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, in Las Vegas, Nevada is on the traditional, ancestral territories and homelands of the Nuwuvi, Southern Paiute People. To recognize the ancestral lands that we work upon is an important step in honoring the people who have called this area home from time immemorial and acknowledging their continued presence today as the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe. Consistent with our values of community and inclusion, we have a responsibility to acknowledge, honor, and make visible those whose land we work upon. We are grateful for the opportunity to host community gatherings here. As we acknowledge this area as the homeland of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe, we ask that you, as visitors, treat this place with the same respect as those who walked before you. We encourage you to learn more about the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe in their own words by visiting their website.

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