Live Music, Yoga & Healing Festival on Big Island, Hawaii – Flow Fest 2016 at Uncle Robert’s Awa Club / Kava Bar in Kalapana near Pahoa.
Mike Love • Cas Haley • Dustin Thomas • Heatbox • Chris Berry • Tubby Love • Reed Grimm • Free (W)ill • Sara Tone • Jus’ Wright • Ydine • New Reb • Ka’ahele • Shaman’s Dream • The Flow • Dianne Patterson • Bana Kuma Band • Awaleimoi • Love Eternal • Buckman Coe •Kala • Heartifact • Kunzwanana • Lemanjo • Cosmic Serenity • MC Preach • Colleen Buckman • Shae Freedom • Drew Daniels • Jeffrey James • Bloom • Omra • Scott & Carly • Bowe Ty and the Groove Suit • Chad Wilkins • Off the Grid Music
As such, public nudity is generally considered a sign of disrespect in Hawaiian culture. If you are compelled to swim in the nude, please obtain a ride up the coast to Kahena Beach – it will not be tolerated at Flow Fest (this policy absolutely does NOT apply to nursing mothers).
Camping – Camping will be out on the lava fields. It is strongly suggested that you bring a pop-up tent or alternative sun shade as well as a ground tarp in addition to the standard tent, sleeping pad, blanket, pillow, cooler, etc. Limited camping, food and supplies available on site. Camping is included in the price of the festival ticket and is limited to Friday and Saturday nights. Sunday night camping is strictly prohibited.
Campers: It is imperative that you abide by the “pack it in, pack it out” policy and use appropriate facilities to relieve yourself.
Directions from Hilo and Pahoa: On Hwy 130 pass Pahoa heading east towards the ocean. Keep left at fork at the bottom of the hill. Turn right at the T and continue for 1 mile. Road dead ends at Uncle Robert’s.