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VIDEO & PHOTOS: Merrie Monarch Royal Parade

April 27, 2019, 7:04 AM HST
* Updated April 28, 2:58 PM
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The Merrie Monarch Festival’s Royal Parade on Saturday, April 27, 2019, through Downtown Hilo.

Results:

Outstanding Pa‘u Princess:

  • 1st place — Cheyna Naihe, representing Moloka‘i
  • 2nd place — Zoie Keilani Moore, representing Kaho‘olawe
  • 3rd place — Kehau Ke, representing Kaua‘i

Outstanding Pa‘u Unit:

  • 1st place — Kaho‘olawe
  • 2nd place — O‘ahu
  • 3rd place — Moloka‘i

Outstanding Pooper Scooper:

  • 1st place — O‘ahu
  • 2nd place — Hawai‘i
  • 3rd place — Ni‘ihau
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Overall Combined Award:

  • O‘ahu
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Floats:

  • 1st place — Walmart
  • 2nd place — Hui Okinawa Kobudo Taiko3rd place — Keaukaha Elementary School

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One of the festival’s most entertaining and fun events for the entire family, the parade begins and ends at Pauahi Street.

From Pauahi Street, the parade will proceed down Kīlauea Avenue to Keawe Street to Waiānuenue Avenue to Kamehameha Avenue and back to Pauahi Street.

This is the last day of the Merrie Monarch Festival’s week-long schedule of cultural events and activities.

 

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