Sunday, June 10th, 2018
Location: Ko Olina’s Kohola Lagoon 1
Special Appearance by Moana star Auli’i Cravalho
Reserve Your Tickets
Tickets will be available until the event is sold out. Reserve your tickets early!
Ko Olina, in partnership with NOAA and Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, will host its 2nd Annual World Oceans Day celebration, Sunday, June 10th, on the resort’s Kohola Lagoon 1.
The FREE festivities will coincide with global World Oceans Day celebrations and include ocean education and sustainability activities, live entertainment, food for purchase and a special Disney movie premier at sunset.
The global theme and focus for World Oceans Day 2018 is plastic pollution prevention and cleaning the ocean of marine litter. World Oceans Day at Ko Olina is also a Zero Waste event, a commitment to protecting our oceans and marine life and eliminating waste to landfills.
Please bring your reusable water bottle to use at our water stations. We will also have Zero Waste stations for your recyclables, green waste and food waste. Celebrate and collaborate with us on ensuring a better future for our keiki!
The World Oceans Day Celebration at Ko Olina is generously supported by Hawaiian Airlines, Hawai`i Gas, Hawai’i Tourism Authority and Ohana Broadcast Company.
What To Bring:
Reusable cups (water stations will be available for refilling); beach towel, mat or blanket to sit on (please, no high back folding chairs)
Prohibited/ Restricted Items:
Alcoholic beverages, coolers, glass containers, backpacks, umbrellas, high back folding chairs, pets, tents, and sunshades are strictly prohibited.
Follow signs to Event Parking; parking is $10 per vehicle (cash only)
World Oceans Day is a zero waste event! We are committed to protecting our oceans and marine life from plastic debris and eliminating waste to landfills. We will have Zero Waste stations for your recyclables, green waste, and food waste. Please bring your reusable water bottle to use at our water stations. World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future.
For more information on World Oceans Day, visit: worldoceansday.org