Oahu Hawaii Events

While mainland travelers prepare for their winter vacation in Hawaii, Waikiki is starting all over again. The Queen Kapi'olani Hotel has reopened its doors in a new guise, and the Honolulu Museum of Art is presenting a sense - an invigorating evening of art, music, food and fun, featuring a variety of exhibitions and special events for adults, children and adults.

The event features a variety of live stage performances, including live music by local artists and a live performance by the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra. With the support of the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), the Master Gardeners of O'ahu Arbor Day competition will be presented at the Kilauea Community Center, where free tree and shrub picking will be offered.

If you have an upcoming wedding and want to see what's going on at O'Neal's special venues, check out the upcoming bridal fairs and events in Hawaii. Also take the time to check in to the annual Hawaii Bridal Expo and Wedding Expo Hawaii, which takes place in Waikiki. If you're planning a trip for an exciting celebration, make sure you book the perfect Hawaii Beach Homes retreat. While the lure of events on Oahu is enough to entice you to visit, you can also find the comfort of one of Hawaii's most popular resorts.

Located in Waikiki, one of Hawaii's most popular tourist destinations, the hotel is just a short drive from downtown Honolulu. With breathtaking views and access to the bustling downtown Honolulu, you're guaranteed to have the time of your life.

There are hundreds of Oahu events to explore every month, but we want to highlight some of the best. To enjoy all that the island has to offer in terms of culture, sports and music, plan your trip now. Get close to the worst and best events on Oahu by booking a trip to one of our favorite hotels in Honolulu, Waikiki or Kona. re looking forward to seeing you, so check out our list of the best activities, events and festivals in O Hawaii to find a full calendar of events for the entire month of October.

Every month, Oahu has something for everyone, and visitors can experience the Aloha State in a variety of ways, from the highly acclaimed events on O Hawaii to the most popular festivals.

The canoe race starts at Hale o Lono Beach in Molokai and continues to Goo at Kepuhi Beach in Waikiki, Kahanamoku Beach on O'ahu and ends at Duke's and Kaha'o'a Beach in WaIKiki. The series continues on Big Island, where the Reef Hawaiian Pro starts in Haleiwa. This race starts at KEPUHI Beach (MolOKai) at 7 am and ends at the beach at 9 am.

Many of these events also provide an opportunity to learn about Hawaiian history and culture and to support local businesses and organizations. An extension of Oahu's spirit of aloha is the Honolulu Pride Parade, which celebrates LGBTQ visitors and Hawaii natives in the fall. There's a lei draping followed by a flower parade and hoolaulea, and then a parade through the streets of downtown Honolulu.

In addition to food, there is a booth where you can donate spam to Feeding Hawaii, the largest nonprofit organization in Hawaii that feeds the needy. Sign up for our daily Honolulu email here and be the first to get our food and drink in town. Read on for a list of all the fun things we can do in winter on Oahu and sign up for daily Honolulu emails.

More than 500 Keiki and children from 22 Halau and Hula schools across the island compete in this dance festival. The event includes a luau, which costs $60 at the box office, and a Kula Kuleana party with food and drinks. This fun begins at Kilauea High School on Saturday, January 19 at 7 p.m. and can include live music, dance, food, entertainment and more, as well as live entertainment.

The Honolulu Marathon sponsors other races on Oahu throughout the year, including the Hapalua Half Marathon, scheduled for April 5, 2020, and the King Runner 10K, scheduled for March 1, 2019. The Kona Marathon and Kilauea Half Marathon and The Kula Kuleana Marathon is scheduled to take place on May 4, 2018 in Kailua-Kaka'ako and on May 6, 2021 in Kailua-Kaka'ako.

Doing cool and safe things during the Honolulu pandemic may be challenging, but it's not impossible. This brand new weekly show will be available on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and You Tube and can be followed throughout Hawaii. The activities under the lights of the City of Honolulu have been modified to allow photographs taken before the exhibition to be used only for social purposes.

While New Year's Eve at Waikiki Beach will be much more subdued than in previous years, the beauty of the area will continue throughout the year. Nice weather and a vibrant coastal culture are just a few reasons why Oahu is the perfect year-round destination. From live music to great food and entertainment to a variety of outdoor activities, long summer days are a perfect time to enjoy the many outdoor events and activities on O Hawaii.

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