13.05.11 by Jeff

Pow Wow Hawaii / Video (Part II)

Hypebeast has just released Part II of their POW WOW video coverage! The first part documented the setup, this part was shot during the opening! That’s my pal Will Barras doing what he does best.

Pow Wow Hawaii video hypebeast part 2

Watch the video below!


We are trying to make next year’s POW WOW event even bigger, if you’d like to help make that happen jump over here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kyle

    So awesome. Totally wanna head down next year for pow wow. Missing Hawaii already. Fresh Cafe is the bomb

  • Rafael

    Is there any pow wow t-shirts for sale? :)

  • J. Love

    There is literally nothing that I can say that would add to the dialog created/posed by this video/event. And that in and of itself is pretty remarkable.

  • this is great. what band is playing in the intro?

    • minh

      the music is Something Good Can Work by Two Doors Cinema Club

  • boyzz

    This music is good!!





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