Concert Series July 27, Aug. 31
Some of O’ahu’s leading artists will perform during Waimea Valley’s “Ho’i Hou Mai I–Return to the Valley” concert series.
Family Sunday July 21
Bring the family to Family Sunday at the Honolulu Museum of Art and Spalding House.
Joy of Sake Aug. 9
Chopsticks are optional but a glass of fermented rice wine is mandatory. The Joy of Sake returns to the Hawaii Convention Center where sake enthusiasts will be able to sample an extensive line of premium sake styles in the junmai, ginjo, daiginjo and kimoto categories.
Ke Kani O Ke Kai Aug. 11
The Waikīkī Aquarium’s popular annual summer concert series offers visitors and residents an evening of live music and food under the stars. Bring blankets to sit on the beachfront lawn.
Duke’s OceanFest Aug. 17–25
Held through various spots around Waikīkī, Duke’s OceanFest has become a nine-day, openocean competition, which includes men’s, women’s, tandem and keiki (kids) surf contests.
Made in Hawai‘i Aug. 16-18
The 25th Annual Made in Hawai‘i Festival showcases everything from food products and apparel to accessories, artwork, books and more.
Aloha Festivals Aug. 31–Sept. 30
More than just “hello” or “goodbye,” aloha is a way of living and being. Aloha Festivals shares this through Hawai‘i’s music and dance. Festival highlights include the Waikīkī Ho‘olaule‘a (Sept. 21) and the Floral Parade (Sept. 28).
HALAU (SCHOOL) PA‘AKEA WAI LEHUA AT PRINCE LOT HULA FESTIVAL