Honolulu Hawaii Events
The oldest county fair in Hawaii, offering more than 100 years of history, food, entertainment and entertainment for all ages. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the city where Captain Cook first landed with a special celebration at the Oahu County Fair on Saturday, July 4.
Hawaii Islands have their own type of lei, which means you will experience a unique experience that no one will forget when you travel to Hawaii at any time. Each island has its own way of celebrating the event, from the production of leis to the election of a "lei queen" based on the naming of the chosen lei queen. The only coffee festival in the United States, 30 separate community events will be held throughout the city, including a cafe, cafes, food trucks and more.
If you have an upcoming wedding and want to see what's going on in Oahu in a special place, check out the upcoming Hawaii bridal fairs and events. Take the time to see the annual Hawaii Bridal Expo, the largest and most prestigious wedding fair in the world, held in Waikiki. There are hundreds of events to explore in O Hawaii each month, but we want to highlight some of the best. Check out the best O Honolulu activities, events and festivals and look forward to what you see there.
This event is free of charge and offers the opportunity to learn about Hawaiian culture and career paths and develop skills that will help you succeed. Students, faculty and staff of the Honolulu CC are cordially invited to participate in the Malama Aina Days. This service - learning activity is open to all residents of Oahu and visitors to the University of Hawaii in Manoa. It offers you the opportunity to learn more about the history, culture, history and culture of the Hawaiian Islands and their people. RSVP is required for this event, but it is free for all students and faculty at O Hawaii Community College (OCC).
Upgrade to the Date Night package, which also includes an evening of entertainment, food, drinks, music and more at the Oahu Theater. Watch the show and have the chance to eat and drink with your date in one of the many restaurants and bars in the city.
When the U.S. returns to standard time in November, Hawaii will return to its original time of 7: 30 a.m. PST. TBD Hawaii has a special event that coincides with midnight on the East and West Coast of the US.
In Hawaii, most events are held in the Kohala region, where Kamehameha was born, with symbolic leis draped over his legendary statues. The biggest event is held in Kailua-Kona, with live music, dancing, food, entertainment and fireworks at midnight.
The lighting ceremony takes place at midnight in front of Honolulu Hale, the tallest building in the city, and the mayor presses the switch to light up the facade of Honolulu Hale. On Maui, children can play in a snowy field and do holiday crafts while shining thousands of lights. The event concludes with a spectacular fireworks display over the sea, with fireworks on Kilauea Avenue in Kailua-Kona. Events include a variety of festivals culminating in the annual celebration of Hawaii's most famous holiday, Christmas Eve, at the intersection of Waikiki Avenue and Kamehameha Boulevard.
Events and activities are organized to showcase the history of the sugar plantations and those who came to work in Hawaii, as well as the rich history of the people of Hawaii.
At the Ohana Hale Market Place Honolulu reception, ask for the reception room where you will find the Minerals Exhibition, which has over 70 exhibitors. At the Made in Hawaii Festival, exhibitors will present products from Hawaii and home grown products from around the world. It's the end of the Christmas shopping season, so there will be something for everyone. Make sure to visit the Honolulu Make in Honolulu Festival on Saturday, December 23, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Sunday, December 24, there will be a special event with live music and food trucks from 12 noon to 4 pm.
The culmination of the festival will be the Princess Kaiulani Keiki Hula Festival, which will feature some of the best hula artists, dancers and performers from around the world in Hawaii. This 3-day Hala celebration takes place on the island where Hawaiian dance was born and features live music, dance, food, entertainment and more. Contemporary and traditional Hawaiian artists will be given free rein in lessons during the three-day festival, which also includes a celebration of what it means to be Hawaiian. More than 500 Keiki and children from 22 Halau (sheaths) and schools from all over the island compete in the dance festival.
As its name suggests, this festival celebrates what makes Hawaii special, and it seeks to celebrate the history, culture and traditions of the Hawaiian Islands and their people. Hula schools create their traditional hula dances, sports competitions, crafts, food, entertainment and more, creating a celebration of Hawaii's cultural heritage and heritage as a place of celebration.