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Only a few things in life are more exciting than annual festivals. They provide something to look forward to that will add fun and entertainment to your life. From food festivals to music festivals and video festivals, we have something for everyone.
Enjoy a nice outing with your friends and family at one of these exclusive events held throughout the year in your area. Visit their websites or call for more information on what to expect, parking, specific locations, changes in dates, or any other questions you may have.
2250 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815 Directions
Celebrate the music, dance and history of the islands at the annual Aloha Festival Hawaii every September. The festival is one of the largest and oldest of its kind in the nation. Dancers, a royal court, parades, music and more are all part of the festivities.
Annual Ukulele Festival
3555 Harding Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816 Directions
Enjoy the sweet strains of the instrument that has come to symbolize Hawaii. At the Annual Ukulele Festival in Hawaii, guest artists and a ukulele orchestra of more than 800 schoolchildren entertain the thousands who attend each year in downtown Waikiki.
Hawaii International Film Festival
680 Iwilei Rd
Honolulu, HI 96817 Directions
Attend the premier international film event in the Pacific, the Hawaii International Film Festival. The festival highlights film that emphasize the culture, language and themes of the native people of Hawaii. It's also a chance for people on the island to screen art-house films.
International Aloha Koi Show
The peaceful tranquility of koi fish embodies the Aloha of Hawaii. Celebrate this mysterious and otherworldly creature at the International Aloha Koi Show, held every February in Honolulu. Some of the fish on display are well over 2 feet long.
Merrie Monarch Festival
865 Piilani St
Hilo, HI 96720 Directions
The art of hula is celebrated every April at the Merrie Monarch Festival, the largest 3-day dance festival on the islands and named after the last monarch of Hawaii, King David Kalakaua. In addition to the hula competition, there's also a crafts fair, an art show, hula shows, and a grand parade through Hilo town.
North Kohala Kamehameha Day Celebration
Join the residents of a small Hawaiian community as they celebrate the unification of the Hawaiian islands during the North Kohala Kamehameha Day Celebration every June 11. The day-long festival includes a statue ceremony, floral parade and more.
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