Tickets may only be acquired by donation to our host Hale Puna and are available in the following tiers:
1. Three day event pass - Entrance to all workshops and performances. No accommodation. $50
2. Three day event pass + Tent Camping - Entrance to all workshops and performances. Tent site, access to bathrooms, showers and kitchen. $75
3. Three day event pass + Bed - Entrance to all workshops and performances. Single bed in dormitory room, access to bathroom, showers and kitchen. $150
THESE ARE OUR EARLY BIRD PRICES. TICKET PRICE WILL RAISE AS WE APPROACH THE EVENT.
You may also choose to reserve a meal plan for the gathering. This will include Thursday dinner, 3 meals Friday, 3 meals Saturday and Sunday breakfast and will cost $80.
PRIVATE CABINS ARE SOLD OUT
We have a limited number of bunkhouses that sleep 10 people. They have access to shared kitchen and bathrooms. They range in price for three nights depending on the number of people in your group. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a bunkhouse.
(KAMAʻAINA FAMILY RATES AVAILABLE - EMAIL KAUAIOLDTIME@GMAIL.COM)
You may also choose to sponsor an artist or workshop. You will receive program credit and event signage and the satisfaction of knowing you are contributing to the cultural fabric of Kauai.
VOLUNTEER WITH THE KRCP
We are partnering with the Kōkeʻe Resource Conservation Program to offer gathering attendees a special and unique opportunity to learn about Kauaiʻs native ecosystems and help eradicate invasive species. The workshop will take place Friday November 16 8am-noon. Please email us at email@example.com with the number and age of everyone in your party to reserve a place for this exciting project. We will start the day off with a short orientation of Kauai ecology and the activities of the KRCP. After that we then head out to the worksite to do invasive weed removal. We could also possibly do outplanting of native plants from our nursery. This is a very special opportunity to give back to our gracious host, one of the most unique environments in the world, Kokee State Park.