The annual Merrie Monarch Hula Competition and Festival honors Hawaiian
King David Kalakaua, known as “The Merrie Monarch” for his love of song
and dance. In celebration of his memory, hundreds of highly talented
hula dancers and their Hālau (schools) from different islands of Hawai‘i
and around the mainland United States perform, compete, and perpetuate
this indigenous expression of dance and story-telling.
Over 10 hours of footage, featuring the Merrie Monarch Festival in its entirety, interviews and the awards presentation.
Disc 1: Miss Aloha Hula competition - approximately 2 hours 48 minutes
Disc 2: Hula Kahiko (Ancient) - approximately 3 hours 10 minutes
Disc 3: Hula 'Auana (Contemporary) - approximately 3 hours
Disc 4: Bonus footage (Interviews, Festivities) - approximately 1 hour 25 minutes