What's Going On During Your Stay
Whether you're planning to visit next week or next year, we'll help you find fun things to do in Hawaii. Some of the world's most beautiful events happen here in the Hawaiian Islands - the world's largest hula competition, a lantern floating festival honoring those who have passed, world class surfing competitions and some of the best food and wine festivals you'll ever attend. Many of these beautiful festivals, like Lei Day, happen every year, and Hawaii's annual events set a lovely tone for each new season.
Honolulu Biennial 2019 features 47 artists and artist collectives from Hawai’i and the countries and continents linked by the Pacific. During the two-month run of Hawai’i’s largest contemporary art festival, there will also be over 90 free public programs at the Hub of HB19 (1200 Ala Moana Blvd.) as well as at over 10 exhibitions…
We wish you were here in Hawaii! That’s why one lucky couple will win a dream Hawaiian vacation on the island of Oahu. This prize package includes: • Round-trip air travel for two to Oahu, Hawaii • 5 night accommodations atThe SurfJack Hotel & Swim Club • Personalized lei greeting when you arrive • Surf/SUP…
Easter Bunny Photos Kahala Mall: Photos with the Easter Bunny is a hop, skip, and a jump away! Take a photo with the Easter Bunny starting March 26 through April 20! Visit kahalamallcenter.com. Pearlridge Center: Is there a cuter memento than spring portraits of the keiki with the Easter Bunny? Photo packages start at $25….
The annual Merrie Monarch Festival celebrates Hawaiian culture in a weeklong event on the Big Island, featuring a three-day premier hula competition, demonstrations, performances and exhibits. This world-renowned festival is recognized for honoring the historical and cultural significance of Hawaiʻi and its people. The driving purpose of the festival is to perpetuate, preserve and promote the…
Join us the Maui Sunday Market, Sundays 4 pm – 8 pm at Kahului Shopping Center! Enjoy `ono food from many of Maui’s food trucks, a showcase of island vendors (crafters, artisans, food purveyors, and more); awesome entertainment; and activities featuring Hawaiian Cultural traditions and practices. Public admission and parking is FREE! Hele Mai!
Guided nature walks through the rain forest at Niaulani are offered on Mondays at 9:30am. The one hour, free guided walks introduce individuals, families and groups to the most diverse, intact, and accessible, old-growth koa/’ohi’a rain forest remaining in the state. No reservations are required for groups of 5 or less. Free, but donations are…
Join us for a free, 20-minute production featuring both kahiko (traditional) and modern hula. Also, every Sunday, enjoy the Ala Moana Keiki Hula Show. This hula show demonstrates how the tradition of hula is perpetuated through Hawaii’s children. Photo: Ala Moana Center
Every Monday and Thursday at 5:00 pm we have Free Live Entertainment! Many people outside of The Isles of the Sea may have never seen Hula accompanied by live Hawaiian Music. Those who know Hula only from television and have listened to Hawaiian Musical recordings, have just barely scratched the surface. At Poʻipu Shopping Village,…
Join us and enjoy a free Tahitian Dance Show every Monday, Thursday, Friday 6 PM-7 PM and Wednesday 5:30-6:30 PM! Photo: ‘Aumakua/Outlets of Maui
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