Archive for "September, 2018"

Kilauea Night Market at Anaina Hou


Saturday, September 29:
Kilauea Night Market at Anaina Hou.
  Bring your family and meet your friends at Kilauea Night Market. The last Saturday of every month is always a good time at Anaina Hou. Food trucks, local vendors, and live music bands; it’s fun for all ages, and a good time no matter what the weather. Arrive early and play a round of mini golf. Anaina Hou Community Park, 5-2723 Kuhio Hwy., Kilauea.  4 to 8 p.m. For information call (808) 828-2118 or visit

Hawaiian Sunset Saturdays

Big Island

Saturday, September 29:
Hawaiian Sunset Saturdays.
  Celebrate Kona’s spectacular sunset with live Hawaiian music and Hula.  Coconut Grove Marketplace, 75-5809 Ali`i Dr., Kailua-Kona. 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Free admission.  For information, visit

Aloha Festivals Floral Parade


Saturday, September 29: 
Aloha Festivals Floral Parade. 
Kalakaua Avenue comes alive with a colorful procession of female and male pau horseback riders, floats covered with Hawaiian flowers, Hawaiian music, hula halau and local marching bands. Kalakaua Ave., from Ala Moana Park to Kapiolani Park.  9 a.m. to 12 noon.  For information call (808) 923-2030 or visit

Eat The Street Hawai`i


Friday, September 28: 
Eat The Street Hawai`i.
Celebrate Hawai`i’s food trucks with over 40 food trucks and vendors, and local entertainment. This event attracts over 7,000 people eager to sample the best street food Hawai`i has to offer.  Kaka`ao Park, 747 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu.  4 to 9 p.m.  For information visit

19th Annual powwow in Paradise


Friday – Sunday, September 28 – 30:
19th Annual powwow in Paradise.
A free family event with special Native American crafting and education tents, Native American drumming, organic Fry Bread food booth, and hand-made one of a kind Native American art and crafts.  Kapa`a Beach Park, 4-1604 Kuhio Hwy., Kapa`a. Friday, 4 to 9 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Free admission.

Hawaiian Music Series


Thursday, September 27:
Hawaiian Music Series.
  Relax under the stars and enjoy a free concert featuring local musicians. Chairs are limited and blankets, mats, and low beach chairs are welcome. The Baldwin Home Museum is located in the heart of Lahaina, on the corner of Front and Dickenson Streets, Lahaina. 6 to 7:30 p.m.  For information call (808) 661-3262 or visit

Waikiki Ho`olaulea


Saturday, September 22:
Waikiki Ho`olaulea.
  The Annual Waikiki Ho`olaulea is Hawai`i’s largest block party. Thousands of people will take to the streets along Kalakaua Avenue for food, fun and entertainment. There will be performances by the various genres of Hawaiian music and hula halau (hula schools). Hawaiian crafts and flower leis and many varieties of island cuisine will be featured throughout the event. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. For more information call (808) 923-2030 or visit

Waikiki ArtFest


Saturday & Sunday, September 22 & 23: 
Waikiki ArtFest.
  Celebrate the arts of Hawai`i, featuring approximately 60 fine artists and handcraft artisans who display their own art for sale including jewelry of all types, clothing, wood products, stained glass, ceramics, soaps and candles, bags, quilts, lauhala products. Enjoy live entertainment and local food for purchase.  Artfest is located in Kapiolani Park at the Diamond Head end of Waikiki, across from the Honolulu Zoo. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days. Admission is free.

Kaua`i Mokihana Festival


September 23 – 29:
Kaua`i Mokihana Festival.
  A week-long celebration of Hawaiian culture, including education lectures, cultural presentations, music, composition concert and contest, and hula competitions. For more information, venues, and schedule, call (808) 651-1868 or visit

Aloha Friday


Friday, September 21: 
Aloha Friday
at Queen Ka`ahumanu Shopping Center with Hawaiian cultural practitioners sharing their art with music and hula. Queen Ka`ahumanu Shopping Center, 275 W. Ka`ahumanu Ave., Kahului. 6 to 8 p.m.