May Day is Lei Day in Hawai'i. The tradition began when a local poet and artist suggested that Hawaii's people - who had always generously given lei to visitors - established a special day to make and wear lei for themselves, their family and friends.
Today, celebrations include concerts, lei-making competitions and displays, and cultural pageants portraying the islands' history through hula, song and creation of lei.
If you are ever on Oahu on 1st May, you'll get to experience this Hawaiian holiday for yourself.
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