Aloha Land returns for its 4th consecutive year later this month, promising to be their biggest spectacle yet. Alina shows us what’s in store for the holidays – from Michael getting lost, love knows no season or price tag.
The first year I go, native a million, it doesn’t matter if we make money or not. For the past 4 years, Aloha Land has transformed the Aloha Stadium parking lot into a drive-thru Christmas light show to bring back holiday cheer after the pandemic and help reunite families.
Rather than going to the mall to buy gifts, the focus is on spending time together – because time is the ultimate gift. This year’s light show will be larger and brighter than ever before, with over 200 homes powered by generators, over 2000 feet of drive-through tunnels, and expansive lighting installations. Every penny from the event goes towards charities, including funds from sponsorships.
Despite incurring losses in the second and third year, the organizer donated $200,000 and $250,000 to organizations such as Make-A-Wish, Meals on Wheels, and Hawaii Foodbank. The heart of the festivities will be a 20-foot tall snow mountain on the dirt hill, where families can enjoy sledding.
Near Image, the organizer, plans to produce 30 tons of snow every day throughout December to make this experience possible..