BAYFEST 2011 - Hawaii Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Base

  • 15 Jul 2011
  • 17 Jul 2011
  • Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Base

Tickets for the 22nd Annual BayFest are on sale now at low, affordable prices.  The three-day music and family fun festival, to be held aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii July 15-17, 2011, is open to the public.  Tickets are available now online at and May 2 at all military ticket outlets for authorized patrons.
A general admission ticket provides access to the E.K. Fernandez carnival and midway, GreenFest@BayFest Expo, fireworks, competitions, food and military displays.  A new ticket is required for entry each day of BayFest.  Concert tickets for each evening include general admission.  Admission is free for children five and under.
                                         In Advance     Gate Price
General Admission            $5                  $5                     
Friday Concert                  $10                $15
       Cecilio & Kapono
Saturday Concert              $20                $30
        Puddle of Mudd and Hoobastank
Sunday Concert                $20                $30
        Joe Nichols
BayFest hours are 3 pm to 1 am on Friday 7/15/2011
                              Noon to 1 am on Saturday 7/16/2011
                              Noon to 11 pm on Sunday 7/17/2011
Concert gates will open at 5 pm each day.  E.K. Fernandez rides will be open until midnight on Friday and Saturday and 10 pm on Sunday.  Ride wristbands will be available for $15.50 at the Kaneohe Bay and Camp Smith Information, Tickets and Tours offices or through EK or for $15 plus fees.
Daytime activities on Saturday will include children's contests and an inaugural stand -up paddle board competition.  Sunday will feature the Bathtub Regatta and the Body Search Fitness Challenge.  Contest details and registration information are online at:
BayFest is an annual event hosted by Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) and MCB Hawaii.  MCCS provides morale, welfare and recreation programs and services which attribute to readiness and retention of Marines, Sailors and family members stationed aboard MCB Hawaii.  Proceeds from this and other MCCS events are reinvested into quality of life programs at MCB Hawaii.  For more information, visit

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