Hawaii Festivals 2018, 2019

Easter Seals Hawaii Gingerbread Family Festival 2018

Easter Seals Hawaii Gingerbread Family Festival

December, 2018

Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu City Lights 2018

Honolulu City Lights

December, 2018

Grounds of Honolulu Hale, 530 South King St Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

BIG ISLAND'S BEST CHRISTMAS ART, CRAFTS, GIFTS AND FOOD FAIR 2018

BIG ISLAND'S BEST CHRISTMAS ART, CRAFTS, GIFTS AND FOOD FAIR

December, 2018

Edith Kanakaole Stadium 350 Kalanikoa Street, Hilo, Hawaii 96720, Hilo, Hawaii

Holiday Lighting of the Banyan Tree 2018

Holiday Lighting of the Banyan Tree

December, 2018

Banyan Tree Park , Lahaina, Hawaii

Honolulu Marathon 2018

Honolulu Marathon

December, 2018

Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, Hawaii

Maui Barbershop Festival 2017 2018

Maui Barbershop Festival 2017

December, 2018

Wailea Beach Marriott Resort and Spa, Kihei, Hawaii

Wailea Village Mochi Pounding 2018

Wailea Village Mochi Pounding

December, 2018

Akiko's Buddhist Bed and Breakfast, 29-2091 Old Mamalahoa Hwy Hakalau, HI, Hakalau, Hawaii

Maui Barbershop Festival 2018

Maui Barbershop Festival

December, 2018

Wailea Beach Marriott Resort and Spa, 3700 Wailea Alanui Dr Kihei, Kihei, Hawaii

Hawaii Magic Festival 2018

Hawaii Magic Festival

December, 2018

Kaimuki High School Auditorium, 2705 Kaimuki Ave Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

DOW Music Festival 2018

DOW Music Festival

December, 2018

Waik?k? Shell, Honolulu, Hawaii

Hawaii Paradise Tango Festival 2019

Hawaii Paradise Tango Festival

January, 2019

Rumours Nightclub, Honolulu, Hawaii

SK808-Roller Derby Mash-up 2019

SK808-Roller Derby Mash-up

January, 2019

Palama Settlement Gymnasium, Honolulu, Hawaii

Maui Fringe Theater Festival 2019

Maui Fringe Theater Festival

January, 2019

Wailuku, Hawaii, United States, Wailuku, Hawaii

Pacific Island Arts Festival 2019

Pacific Island Arts Festival

January, 2019

Kapi'olani Park, 2748 Monsarrat Ave Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

Mystic Island Festival 2019

Mystic Island Festival

January, 2019

Camp Mulahia, Wailuku, Hawaii

Night in Chinatown Festival and Parade 2019

Night in Chinatown Festival and Parade

January, 2019

Around Maunakea, River & Pauahi Streets in Chinatown, Maunakea St & N Pauahi St Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Moloka?i Makahiki Festival 2019

Ka Moloka?i Makahiki Festival

January, 2019

Kaunakakai Ball Park, 90 Ainoa St Kaunakakai, HI, Kaunakakai, Hawaii

Hawai?i Cherry Blossom Festival Opening Ceremonies and ?Ohana Festival 2019

Hawai?i Cherry Blossom Festival Opening Ceremonies and ?Ohana Festival

January, 2019

Teruya Courtyard Stage at Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, 2454 S Beretania St #101 Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

Hawai?i Narcissus Festival 2019

Hawai?i Narcissus Festival

January, 2019

Hawaii Theatre Center, 1130 Bethel St Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

Aloha Kanaloa Cultural Festival 2019

Aloha Kanaloa Cultural Festival

February, 2019

Moku Ola, Hilo, Hawaii

Valentine Bluegrass Festival 2019

Valentine Bluegrass Festival

February, 2019

Leeward Community College Theatre, Pearl City, Hawaii

Honolulu African American Film Festival 2019

Honolulu African American Film Festival

February, 2019

Doris Duke Theatre at the Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S Beretania St Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

Waimea Town Celebration 2019

Waimea Town Celebration

February, 2019

Multiple Locations in Waimea, Waimea, HI, Waimea, Hawaii

Wanderlust 2019

Wanderlust

February, 2019

Thredbo Alpine Village, Kahuku, Hawaii

Art + Flea 2019

Art + Flea

February, 2019

Ward Village, 1020 Auahi St, Bldg 3 Honolulu, HI, Honolulu, Hawaii

About Festivals in Hawaii

Hawaii is the archetypal image of paradise. It’s a word synonymous with long golden beaches, rugged volcanoes and gorgeous coral reefs. The natural beauty of the USA’s newest state is known across the globe, and it’s a place to visit for waterfalls, cliffs, surfing and a surfeit of adventures. But when you’re not running on adrenaline and seeking massive thrills, there is also a thriving, varied and exciting festival scene to take your breath away.

To get a real slice of the Hawaiian spirit, Aloha Festivals is where you want to be. Throughout the entire state, lots of events and activities take place to honour and promote the unique and charming culture, customs and traditions of Hawaii and its people. Over 100,000 people attend these festivals, which include parties, live entertainment, performances, food, drink, ceremonies and more. If you’ve ever fancied learning about and indulging in the traditional side of Hawaii, you’ll be right at home. Bring your Hula skirt and have some fun!

Hawaii Film Festivals is one of the biggest and most prestigious movie festivals in the entire world, so it’s a perfect chance to gaze lovingly upon some delights of the silver screen. Since 1981, the event has been delivering some of the very best features, shorts and documentaries, with around 150 flicks shown each year. Programming is largely dedicated to Asian and Hawaiian filmmakers and films, and showcases lots of unusual and unique films alongside premieres and special screenings. The event is supported by the huge and influential film critic Roger Ebert, and previous screenings here have included classics like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Y Tu Mama Tambien and The Piano. The festival also features workshops, seminars and discussions.

If you prefer feasts to films, then Hawaii Food & Wine Festival will be more your succulent style. Here, you can gobble, nibble and gorge on the food and drinks of over 100 chefs and food and drink producers. The festival celebrates the local food of farmers, fishermen and cultivators, and features a program of many world-famous chefs. There are tastings, conversations, competitions, classes and more. If it dances upon your taste buds, you’ll find it here.

Hawaii also has a range of events dedicated to music, arts, exercise, books, coffee and loads more. So don your Hawaiian shirt, grab a cocktail, soak up the chilled-out atmosphere and come join the party!