Festivals
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While many city tourists and locals visit places to admire the big city or the beautiful parks, the festivals in America are a big part of what makes the country grand and the event worth attending. Each city brings its own cultural and historical heritage that are celebrated through various festivals and events. Some cities have similar types of festivals or events, and others have unique annual celebrations.

See how many festivals you can fit on your itinerary! These celebrations are going to give you memories of a lifetime as they reflect the art, culture, heritage and the music of each city in the most exciting way. Show up and have fun with your friends, make memories and celebrate the love of food, wine, music, art, history, culture, traditions, and more at these gatherings.
Aloha Festival
Aloha Festival

(808) 923-1094

2250 Kalakaua Ave Ste 315
Honolulu, HI 96815   Directions Website

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.

Hawaii International Film Festival
Hawaii International Film Festival

(808) 792-1577

680 Iwilei Rd Ste 100
Honolulu, HI 96817   Directions Website

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.

Kona Brewers Festival
Kona Brewers Festival

(715) 379-4199

Honolulu, HI
Website

Sample the variety of tastes and the unique flavor of local hops at the annual Kona Brewers Festival on the shores of Kailua Bay. The growing microbrewery movement in Hawaii promotes local companies and their art form.

Merrie Monarch Festival
Merrie Monarch Festival

(808) 935-9168

865 Piilani St
Hilo, HI 96720   Directions Website

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
North Kohala Kamehameha Day Celebration

(808) 973-2255

Hawi, HI
Website

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.

Taste of Hawaii
Taste of Hawaii

(808) 586-0221

Honolulu, HI
Website

Indulge in the ultimate Sunday brunch at the annual Taste of Hawaii, where more than 50 acclaimed chefs join together to create an amazing meal on a 50-acre private park. Vendors, musicians and entertainers round out the fun.

Ukulele Festival Hawaii
Ukulele Festival Hawaii

(808) 732-3739

3555 Harding Ave Ste 1
Honolulu, HI 96816   Directions Website

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.

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