A few times a year in Las Vegas, there is a Hawaiian themed festival called the Pure Aloha Festival. The latest being the 10th annual at the Silverton Casino. At the Festival, attendee’s can try different Hawaiian foods, play carnival games, enjoy a few different acts on stage, and ride carnival rides. This was my first year attending, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The entry fee was $7 per person and any rides/food was extra, as to be expected with any event. From what I tried, food wasn’t too bad, though, there was a lot of traditional Hawaiian food I would have loved to see there. Overall I couldn’t complain too much. After a few hours there we’d seen everything there was to see, played all the carnival games we wanted and eaten everything we were there for. For $7 the Pure Aloha Festival was well worth the price of admission. If you get a chance to attend next year, go for it. It’s a good way to spend a day with the family.