2016 Big Island Chocolate Festival Tickets On Sale Now

Dated: 01/06/2016

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Chocolate Festival Tickets and Holiday Room Packages Available Now!


EventBriteImageTicketsThe Fifth Annual Big Island Chocolate Festival Gala, being held from 5:30-9 pm on Saturday May 14th,  blends three events into one decadent evening! A professional  food competition judged by celebrity chefs, a fundraiser to benefit the Kona Kohala Chef’s Association scholarship program for local culinary college students and enrichment programs for the Kona Pacific Public Charter School, and a fabulous evening of sweet and savory chocolate tastings, wine tasting, live music and dancing.

This year we debut a new venue, with the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel offering fantastic room rates and an indoor/outdoor space for the Gala evening. Every ticket also includes an all-you-can-enjoy Mole and salad bar and Bacardi drink station. VIP tickets include a fine wine bar, dedicated seating, and first entry into the event at 5 pm.

To kick off the 2016 Festival, we have put together some great ticket and room packages for you to give to your loved ones and party friends for the holidays!

HapunaBeachHotelHoliday Room Rate Packages: 

FairmontSavory$396.20 for two general admission tickets to the Festival and a standard room at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.

$499.20 for two general admission tickets to the Festival Gala and an ocean front room the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.

$525 for two VIP tickets (including seating in the VIP area, a fine wine bar, and early access to the Gala) and an ocean front room at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.

Purchase your tickets early as we expect a sell out event in 2016!

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Delania Branham - R(S)

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