The Hawaiian Islands play host to an incredible selection one-of-a-kind festivals and events.
Hawaii events can provide visitors with a valuable insight into the destination, its people and island life, history, culture, music, cuisine, sports, arts and crafts, environment and so much more.
Enrich your next Hawaii holiday by attending one of the many local Hawaii festivals and events.
To find out what’s on across the Hawaiian Islands The Hawaii Admirer produces a monthly Hawaii events calendar.
What’s On Hawaii is a FREE monthly calendar of Hawaii events carefully curated for holiday-makers to highlight what’s on during their stay! They are released at the start of each month.
- October 2018
- September 2018
- August 2018
- July 2018
- June 2018
- May 2018
- April 2018
- March 2018
- February 2018
- January 2018
- December 2017
- November 2017
Throughout the year major festivals and events draw thousands of people to Hawaii from around the world. These Hawaii signature events are the “big ones” on the destinations annual calendar. Try to book your holiday to coincide with one of these events, it will be sure to enhance your Hawaii experience.
Golden Week in Hawaii, end April-beginning May 2018
Duke’s OceanFest, Oahu, 18-26 August 2018
Aloha Festivals, Statewide, TBC September 2018
Hawaii International Film Festival, Oahu, TBC November 2018
Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, Hawaii Island, 9-18 November 2018
Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, Oahu, November-December 2018
Maui Invitational (Basketball), Maui, TBC November 2018
XTERRA Trail Run World Championship, Oahu, 2 December 2018
Honolulu Marathon, Oahu, 9 December 2018
The Hawaii Bowl (NFL/Gridiron), Oahu, 24 December 2018
Diamond Head Classic (Basketball), Oahu, 22-25 December 2018