Aloha Festivals was first held in 1946 as Aloha Week. During the past seven decades, it has become a celebration of Hawaiian culture that integrates the traditions of the Hawaiian Islands through music, dance, cuisine, and art. This year, Hawaii’s longest running cultural festival expanded with new partnerships and events to celebrate the spirit of aloha. Learn more about Hawaii’s longest running cultural event!
Every spring for the past nine years, POW! WOW! Hawaii puts on a street art festival that attracts hundreds of local and international artists to paint dozens of murals in Oahu’s urban neighborhood of Kakaako. It gets bigger and better every year. This colorful event has reached critical mass over the years to the point where amazing murals have totally transformed this industrial neighborhood into a modern Honolulu attraction.
Easter & Prince Kuhio Day Blend Reverence & Traditions. Late
March and early April are packed with action throughout the Hawaiian
Islands. But it’s especially hopping on Oahu, with Prince Kuhio Day on
March 26 and Easter Sunday.
From free cultural
performances and a multi-ethnic Kalakaua Avenue parade to a grand finale
fireworks thriller off Waikiki Beach, the 24th Annual Honolulu Festival
is set to bombard the senses with a vibrant display of traditions from
Hawaii, the Pacific and Asia.
Say Aloha to Duke Kahanamoku. Hawaii’s Ambassador of Aloha & Father of Modern Surfing. On Kuhio Beach, a bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku welcomes everyone to Waikiki with open arms and it's one of the most popular attractions in Hawaii.
is more iconic during Christmas time in downtown Honolulu than the 21-foot tall, 2-ton Shaka Santa & Mrs. Claus (Tutu Mele) relaxing with
their shoes off and basking in the warm Hawaiian weather in the
courtyard in front of Honolulu Hale (City Hall).
Believe it or not... The peaceful island of Oahu is home to one of the scariest Halloween attractions in the entire country. This year they'll be doing CLOWNS as one of the main themes. And it looks absolutely terrifying!
In Hawaii, Memorial Day is a holiday with rich history and meaning. It's
so much more than a long weekend. It's a special day that provides both
locals and visitors a plethora of opportunities to learn, honor, and