Kaimana Klassik 32 – Welcome to Waikiki!
THE BID WINDOW IS NOW OPEN until Sunday, October 28th.
The team bid fee is $450 which will cover registration for 3 players (Individual registration = $150). For the bid to be considered, payment must be made in full and all three players must be fully registered (including signed waivers).
Please join us for Kaimana Klassik 32, February 22-24, 2019! Kaimana Klassik will be held at beautiful Kapi‘olani Park with play taking place under the iconic Diamondhead crater. Kapi‘olani Park is located right in the heart of Honolulu next to gorgeous Waikiki and Kaimana beach, a local favorite!
Start your Kaimana adventure the week prior (February 16-17, 2019) on the beautiful Big Island of Hawaii with our Pre-Kaimana Hat Draw. More info to come soon.
The continue your week with a pre-party Thursday evening, February 21st, at Waikiki hot spots or with a brewery bike tour. Games will kick off Friday morning, February 22nd, and continue through finals on Sunday afternoon, February 24th. Between games take a dip at Kaimana beach and in the evenings stroll the streets of famous Waikiki. We will provide exciting evening entertainment at select venues in town Friday and Saturday night, with a closing ceremony party Sunday evening. There are ample places to stay nearby including hotels, hostels, and Airbnbs. Breakfast and dinners will be provided Friday through Sunday. Lunch vendors will be available daily.
- Players must be 21 and over to attend evening events
- No camping available this year. Hotel accommodations or Airbnbs at own cost. Discount rates for select hotels will be available.
- All event locations will be easily accessible by Lyft, Uber, or Taxi if you do not wish to rent a car.
- No pets allowed at the fields. None whatsoever.
- No alcohol at the fields. Zero tolerance policy.
Here’s what we’re looking for in team bids:
Overall Bid Quality
Words are great, but showing us what is unique about your team is even better! Past teams have sent in videos, constructed poems, sent in arts and crafts, the sky’s the limit. We like this. A lot. Let your creativity thrive. You can watch past year’s best womens and open bid videos for inspiration!
Kaimana Klassik strives to strike a balance between spirit and competition. To truly understand what our tournament is about read “The Spirit of Kaimana”. Tell us how your team aligns with our event. Have you won our spirit award or been granted spirit awards at other tournaments?
As stated previously, we value both spirit and competition. Teams that win the tournament the previous year are given automatic entry for the following year (upon on-time and complete submission of a complete bid). If you’ve won in the past let us know. What other tournaments have you been to? How have you fared?
Do you have a record of volunteerism at Kaimana Klassik in years past? If you’re new to the tournament is your team willing to help out? The Hawaii Ultimate League Association is a non-profit organization. Our entire Kommittee is composed of individuals who volunteer their time to make Kaimana Klassik happen. Therefore, we depend on the teams participating in the tournament to help us out when they can with a smile on their faces and with the spirit of Aloha in mind.
We certainly value history and those teams that attend year after year. But more importantly we value the teams that are consistently spirited AND competitive.
We love meeting new people and value having teams from all over the globe at our event. In the past, we’ve had teams from Japan, Australia, Canada, and Europe. We’d like to keep adding new countries to this list.
Making New Friends!
We’d love to have teams we’ve never met before at this year’s Kaimana!