Join us this Sunday, August 25th at Hawaii Polo for a day of peace, love, music and polo.

Featuring Grateful Dead tribute concert by the Stephen Inglis Project, as well as sustainable, farm-fresh food and drinks, eco-friendly fashion, exciting polo and a sea of aloha.

50 years ago a half million people made a pilgrimage to the country, gathering at Woodstock Music & Art Fair on a farm in upstate New York. Their voices and actions sent a powerful message of peace to the world and launched rock music into the stratosphere. This Sunday, we celebrate the spirit of Woodstock and its music.

Address: Hawaii Polo Club – 68411 Farrington Hwy, Waialua, HI 96791


Free entry for owners of classic VW’s who register in advance (see details below).

Only Two Hawaii Polo Sundays Left This Season!
Enjoy it while we can!!


★ VW’s and TIEDYES ★
Two special offerings:
— CLASSIC VW’s: if you drive onsite in a classic VW *and* register in advance with Hawaii Polo, admission for you (the driver) and one guest is free this Sunday. Advance registration is required. Send an email to mark @
–TIEDYES: Everyone wearing a tiedye shirt or other tiedye apparel receives $1 off all Maui Brewing Company beers all afternoon and evening at Hawaii Polo’s Chukker Club beach bar.

Hawaii guitar great, Stephen Inglis, brings his band (“The Stephen Inglis Project”) to Hawaii Polo ready to deliver an energized tribute to The Grateful Dead. Inglis is a world-class guitarist with deep insight into the Dead. When just 22 years old, Inglis served as lead guitarist in “House of Spirits” – a 1990’s band headed up by Bill Kreautzmann (the Dead’s founding and forever drummer). Inglis’ 2018 album, “Cut The Dead Some Slack,” is comprised entirely of songs from the Dead’s cannon, mostly performed in slack key fashion. Dennis McNally, *the* publicist for the Dead from ‘84 thru ‘95, supported the release of Inglis’ stellar album which garnered much attention nationally including frequent praise and spins from David Gans on his iconic radio show, “The Grateful Dead Hour.” This Sunday, Inglis brings his power trio to our stage including his electric guitar and amplifier. The Grateful Dead performed at and embodied the spirit of Woodstock. As the late afternoon sun casts a golden glow onto our field, Stephen Inglis and band will take the stage and transport us to another time and place.


TOP: The Grateful Dead performing at Woodstock
Saturday, August 16, 1969
BOTTOM: Stephen Inglis’ latest album
“Cut the Dead Some Slack”

Farming was literally at the heart of Woodstock (the event took place on Max Yasgur’s dairy farm), and we’re celebrating the landmark festival with *ono*, healthy food and mocktails made in large part from Hawaii farm goods. One of our best menus of the season this weekend:

  • ‘Ulu Mana: Hawaiian breadfruit hummus, ulu and sweet potato chips, watermelon coolers.
  • Sandy’s Sandwiches (5-star Yelp rating): veggie burger, veggie sandwich (mixed greens, tomato, sun dried tomato, bell peppers, cucumber, artichoke hearts, avocado), toasts, plus sandwiches: Argentinian steak, turkey brie, chicken pesto.
  • Maya’s Tapas (5-star Yelp rating): seafood paella, Kunoa Cattle grass-fed burger, garlic fingerling potatoes.
  • Gazoz: fruit-enriched sparkling waters.
  • Sunset Snacks Hawaii (a keiki-powered stand): fresh-squeezed lemonade and gluten-free breads.

Hippy Chic Designs brings an assortment of fashionable items for both you and your pets, all of which are made of repurposed materials (e.g. firehose belts). Ayahuasca Art shares jewelry that calls out the power and beauty of nature.

Every Sunday during our season, we are inspired by the diverse, friendly assemblage of people who gather at Hawaii Polo. It ain’t perfect, but it is beautiful and very much in line with Woodstock ideals. Mahalo to Woodstock for shining a brilliant light on peace, love and understanding and to everyone who helps carry on this tradition at Hawaii Polo and beyond.

Coming off two weeks of international competition against visiting pros, Hawaii’s players are in fine form and highly motivated – only two Sundays left to compete in front of throngs of cheering fans. Expect an exciting afternoon of fast and spirited play.

Our gate opens and tailgating begins at 11am – a full day and evening of Woodstock wonderment await in the agrarian lands beside the ocean in Mokuleia.


🕊️☮️✌️ SCHEDULE ✌️☮️🕊️
11am – Gate Opens / Tailgate Kick-Off
12pm – Beach Bar Opens (bar service ’til 7pm)
1pm – Vendors Open
— Sandy’s Sandwiches, Maya’s Tapas, ‘Ulu Mana, Gazoz, Sunset Snacks Hawaii (service ’til 6pm)
— Eco-friendly fashion by Hippy Chic Designs and nature’s beauty by Ayahuasca Art
3:15pm – Halftime
3:30pm – POLO MATCH #1
5:15pm – Champagne toast to players, teams, and fans
5:30pm – Grateful Dead tribute by The Stephen Inglis Project
7:00pm – Pau


Golden hour glory enjoying music, friends and the great outdoors at our central square at Hawaii Polo Club.

Woodstock moments below.


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Established in 1963, the world-renowned Hawaii Polo Club, located in Mokuleia on the pristine North Shore, has provided a unique and exceptional venue for the game of kings to share the passion and lifestyle of the sport of polo, both on and off the field.

The club attracts both national and international spectators with a wide range of demographics to watch elite professional polo players competing for the prestigious tournaments that are exclusive to the Hawaii Polo Club.

Gates open at 11am. Come early to grab the best tailgating spots. For a refined afternoon, clubhouse seating is available for purchase both online and at the gate. Games start at 2pm, the band starts around 5pm and the entertainment goes on until sundown!