HONOLULU — A voodoo god is scheduled to perform at the Honolulu World’s Fair, according to local news reports.
The Hawaii Vulture Festival, which runs through the end of March, is one of Hawaii’s largest entertainment events, attracting nearly 10,000 visitors annually.
It will feature a performance by the “God of Voodoo,” who is also the “head” of the Hana Kamehameha Schools.
The performer, who will perform a new song, is an ouija board enthusiast, who was inspired to start the festival after his family visited the island in 2008 and saw voodoo rituals.
He said he was fascinated by the stories behind voodoo and the power of the voodoo dolls.
He was also intrigued by the power they hold and the magic that they can bring people to their knees.
I was able to be at the Voodoo Festival because I had seen this voodoo doll parade in Honolulu, which is the biggest in the country.
I wanted to do it.
“I was in love with Hawaii. “
It’s a place where I’m from, it’s a part of my heritage. “
I was in love with Hawaii.
“I was really happy when I got in, it was a real kick,” he said, adding that he plans to have his voodoo act “come out on the street.” “
“It’s about letting people see how much we love Hawaii. “
I was really happy when I got in, it was a real kick,” he said, adding that he plans to have his voodoo act “come out on the street.”
“It’s about letting people see how much we love Hawaii.
And I want them to feel like they can feel like this.
Voodoo dolls can be a symbol of healing, and it can bring spirits out of people’s bodies and give them a glimpse into the world, but there’s a lot more than that.”
He’s not the first Hawaii-based performer to tour the islands.
The Hawaii Jazz Festival also performs in Hawaii this summer.