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Oahu Events in July


July Events


As Oahu opens back up many events are starting back up, while others have been canceled or rescheduled with hopes of taking place at future dates.  Take a look at Oahu event updates to learn more...


50th State Fair – May 27th – July 4th, 2022

As we launch into the summer, the 50th State Fair kicks off as well.  This is a grand ongoing event out at the Aloha Stadium for the whole family to enjoy!

There will be lots of games, rides, food booths, and entertainment to explore.  Included in the entertainment will be a petting zoo, the Amazin Anastasini Circus, new featured rides, and some other surprises.

  • Location – Aloha Stadium
  • Time – Fri 6 PM to Midnight, Sat 4 PM to Midnight, Sun Noon to Midnight
  • Cost – Individual Games/Rides/Food
  • Learn more – 50th State Fair

Evening Luau at Paradise Cove - July 2022

Paradise Cove is not just another luau, it’s a full production with lots of activities and entertainment that some others tend to lack.  Kick off the afternoon with some Mai Tai’s and join in the celebration and festivities!

Paradise Luau

A Luau is a celebration for enjoying each other’s company, play traditional Hawaiian games, watching a Kalua Pork Imu ceremony take place, participate in a hukilau of pulling in a large fishnet from the ocean, listening to live local music, and being entertained throughout the night with many Polynesian and Hula performances.


First Friday Art Walk - July 1st, 2022

First Friday is an evening art walk that takes place in Chinatown Honolulu.  This is a popular fun event that takes place every 1st Friday of each month.  Surrounding merchants of art galleries, shops, restaurants and bars are known for opening up their doors, pouring wine and providing food to those stopping by.

Most neighborhood shops will have maps of participating merchants.  The event ends at 9 PM, but the fun continues into the night with thousands of people flocking into the streets.

Also participating in the free art viewing and festivities is the Hawaii State Art Museum (free from 6 PM to 9 PM)

  • Location - The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave
  • Time - 5 PM to 9 PM
  • Cost - FREE
  • Learn more - FirstFridayHawaii.com

KCC Farmers Market - July 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th, 2022

If you’re around on a Saturday morning, get yourself over to the KCC Farmers Market on the side of Diamond Head.

This festival market goes beyond produce and features some Oahu’s great pop-up restaurants, and other fun food creations such as Ono Pops and roasted locally seasoned corn ears.  This is also an opportunity to find island flowers, fresh local fruits, nuts, delicious sauces and other creations.

  • Location - Kapiolani Community College
  • Time - Every Sat (weather permitting) 7:30 AM to 11 AM
  • Cost - Free
  • Learn more - KCC Farmers Market

Kailua Night Market - July 2nd, 2022

Every 3rd Saturday of the month a special night market takes place in Kailua around Ulunui St & Auliki St.  Join the fun and festivities into the evening.  There will be lots of local arts and crafts, food booths, and entertainment.


Screen on the Green at Waimea Valley - July 7th, 2022

Waimea Valley is going to help make your summer more fun with a series of outdoor movie nights for the family.  Enjoy free open-air movie nights featuring new and classic films. Screen on the Green features TBD, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.  Encanto will be shown for this movie night...


Kaka'ako Farmers Market - July 2nd, 2022

Visit a lively farmers market in a lively area called Kaka'ako.  There are typically 60 vendors selling local produce, creations and goods.  It's a great place to get a bite to eat, whether it's snack, treat, or a full meal.  Lot's of food trucks set up shop here and create some memorable bits that will bring you back the follow weekend.


Yoga in the Park - July 3rd, 10th, 24th, & 31st, 2022

Get your stretch on in Kaka’ako.  Join a free Yoga section that takes place a each Sunday morning with an instructor leading you into a good workout with some great stretches.  Bring your own towel and map.

  • Location – Victoria Ward Park
  • Time – 9 AM to 10 AM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more – Yoga in the Park

30th Annual 4th of July Celebration at Ala Moana Center - July 4th, 2022

If you’re looking for a great elevated spot to watch one of the islands best firework displays, then head to Ala Moana Shopping Center, where you will have the best viewing platforms from the 2nd level open parking deck.  Tune into FM 92.3 KSSK for your 4th of July paired soundtrack.

NOTE:  Fireworks have been canceled, but music and other activities will still take place.


70 Annual Kailua Fireworks - July 4th, 2022

Festivities start off with a acrobatic air show at 6 PM.  The Marine Corps Forces Pacific Band joins in at 6:30 PM, and the firework show begins at 8 PM. Take advantage of free parking and free shuttle service that begins at 3 PM.

  • Location - Kailua Beach Park/Lanikai
  • Time - Festivities start at 5 PM
  • Cost - FREE
  • Learn more - KailuaFireworks.net

Ko'olina Artfest - July 6th, 13th & 22nd & 29th, 2022

Head to Ko’olina beach lagoon #3 for a day of Hawaiian music and local art display & sale!  Along the arching sidewalk you find close to 40 artist displaying their artwork for viewing and sale…perfect for special gifts!  There will also be Hawaiian slack-key guitarist and ukulele musicians playing during the duration of this event.


14th Annual UH Kids Film Festival - Moved to Feb 2023

How about a summer kids Film Festival! Bring the keikes, ages 2 to 8, to watch a couple episodes of winners of an international film festival awards.  This is a project of the Coalition for Quality Children’s Media, KIDS FIRST!


Brown Bags to Stardom Block Party – July TBD

Support the local talent, as kids from all over Hawaii come out to show off their special talent.  Outdoor stages will be filled with ongoing talent including singers, musicians, entertainers, startup bands, and hula performances.  Hang out into the evening and also visit participating merchant booth, and get a bite to eat from the food vendors.


Bishop Museum After Hours - July 8th, 2022

The Bishop Museum has started a Second Friday of each month After Hours event.  The campus remains open into the evening, but they also create a party scene on their great lawn area, with live music, food trucks, games, and some fun art exhibitions.  Each month has a different theme that alters the scene and vibe a little, and you can always count on it being a fun time!

  • Location - Bishop Museum
  • Time - 5 PM to 8 PM
  • Cost - Museum Admission Fee
  • Learn More - Bishop Museum Events

Sunset on the Beach - July TBD

Sunset on the beach is code for movie night on the beach.  It's a grand experience to watch a movie on a 50 foot screen with your toes in the sand.  Southwest Airlines has sponsored a once-a-month series.

Arrive early to enjoy the pre-entertainment show, get a bite to eat from the participating food booths, and most importantly reserve a spot on the beach.  Mary Poppins Returns will be the featured movie of the evening...


The Wildest Show in town at Honolulu Zoo – June TBD

Join the Honolulu Zoo in the summer evenings with live music, fun keiki coloring and trivia activates, ono plate lunch, and winning prizes, including a drawing for an ukulele!  Featured artist is Kapena.  Alcohol is not permitted, but plate lunches and snacks will be available for purchase.

  • Location – Honolulu Zoo
  • Time – 5 PM music starts online
  • Cost - Asking for Donations
  • Learn more – HonoluluZoo.org

Cinema in the Park – July - TBD

Cinema in the Park is a free monthly event that takes place every 2nd Wednesday in Kaka’ako.  While movie night is free, you must RSVP and enter with tickets.  Blankets are permitted but beach chairs are not.  Grab a bite to eat, some drinks, and most importantly a seat to enjoy the festivities and entertainment.

  • Location – Victoria Ward Park
  • Time – 7 PM to 9 PM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more – Cinema in the Park

Moon Walk at Waimea Valley - July 8th, 2022

Kick off the evening with a grand buffet dinner in Waimea Valley, followed with a self guided moonlit walk in the botanical gardens. This is a great way to start the weekend with a memorable night!

  • Location - Waimea Valley
  • Time - Buffet starts at 5 PM, walk starts at 8 PM
  • Cost - $10 walk only, $39.95/Adult, $12.95/Kid (12 & under)
  • Learn more - WaimeaValley.net


Kaka'ako Farmers Market - July 9th, 2022

Visit a lively farmers market in a lively area called Kaka'ako.  There are typically 60 vendors selling local produce, creations and goods.  It's a great place to get a bite to eat, whether it's snack, treat, or a full meal.  Lot's of food trucks set up shop here and create some memorable bits that will bring you back the follow weekend.


Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Collectibles & Hawaiiana Show - July 10th, 2022

If you’re looking for a collectible Hawaiiana gift or something special to add to your collection, than this is the one day event for you!  You will find close to 100 venders displaying their antiques and collectibles…everything from jewelry to artwork to vintage shirts to ukuleles, and much much more!  Even if you have no intentions of shopping for anything, this event is simply worth exploring.

  • Location – Neil Blaisdell Center – Hawaii Suies
  • Time – 8 AM to 4 PM
  • Cost - $4.50 Gen admin, $15 Early admin
  • Learn More - www.ukulele.com

Yoga in the Park - July 10 & 17th, 2022

Get your stretch on in Kaka’ako.  Join a free Yoga section that takes place a each Sunday morning with an instructor leading you into a good workout with some great stretches.  Bring your own towel and map.

  • Location – Victoria Ward Park
  • Time – 9 AM to 10 AM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more – Yoga in the Park

12th Annual Waikīkī Steel Guitar Festival – July 11th - 16th, 2022

This should be a fun day to pass by the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Grove Stage as there will be 2 performance shows taking place with close to a dozen steel guitar musical artist playing.

  • Location – Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center
  • Time – 11 AM and 4:30 PM concerts
  • Cost - FREE
  • Learn more – Waikiki Steel Guitar Fest

Nā Kūpuna Nights - July TBD

Hyatt Waikiki presents Na Kupuna Nights with a line up of local Hawaiian bands playing into the evening.  Arrive early as there will be some ongoing activities and a Hawaiian luau style meal to enjoy, including Kalua Pig Lomi Salmon and Poi of course...!  You do not have to be a hotel guest to attend.

  • Location - Hyatt Waikiki
  • Time - 5 PM to 7:30 PM
  • Cost - $50 to $80
  • Learn more - Reserve Tickets (808) 237-6196

Screen on the Green at Waimea Valley - July - 14th, 2022

Waimea Valley is going to help make your summer more fun with a series of outdoor movie nights for the family.  Enjoy free open-air movie nights featuring new and classic films. Screen on the Green features Jungle Cruise, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.


Beyond Monet Experience - June 15th - July 31st, 2022

Experience Van Gogh's artwork in a new vivid way. This is a traveling art show that projects more than 300 masterpieces on the all the walls and ceiling of the Hawai‘i Convention Center in Kamehameha Exhibit Hall in the Hawaii Convention Center.  It's a one of a kind experience that is narrated and choregraphed to music.

Location - Hawaii Convention Center

Time - Show times vary 10AM to 11PM

Cost - Tickets Vary on days and times

Learn More - Van Gogh Honolulu


Waikiki Aquarium Summer Music Series – July TBD

Get ready for a fun outdoor summer concert series at the Waikiki Aquarium.  Starting in June through August there will be 5 concert events taking place on the outdoor Waikiki Aquarium backyard lawn.  Show up early and explore the aquarium exhibits!  Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on.  

This particular concert on July 12th will feature performing Hawaiian music artist Kalani Pe’a and Josh Tatofi.  This is a popular fundraiser for the Waikiki Aquarium that sells out quickly. It might be worth becoming a member of the aquarium, which will give you priority to ticket sales for this summer series.

  • Location – Waikiki Aquarium
  • Time – 5:30 PM to 9 PM
  • Cost – Ticket are available to members first, and public after June 2nd
  • Learn more - Waikikiaquarium.org


Honolulu Craft and Gift Fair - July TBD

2 days of direct and resale sellers representing jewelry, make up, clothing, collectibles, toys, and treasures from Japan & Korea.

  • Location - Ohana Hale Marketplace - 333 Ward Ave #3
  • Time - 10 AM to 4 PM
  • Cost - FREE
  • Learn more - Fairs & Festivals

23rd Annual Haleiwa Arts Festival – July 15th & 16th, 2022

This is a great event the North Shore promoting awareness in art and culture.  There will be over 140 local artist showing off and selling different mediums of artwork including paintings, photography, sculptures, jewelry, ceramics and other types of creations.

All good art festivals come with good food booths and live entertainment, which will find both over the 2 day art festival!


30th Annual HAWAII ALL-COLLECTORS SHOW - Cancelled

Explore Hawaii's largest collectible and antique show and sale.  There will be over 180 booths featuring everything from estate jewelry to vintage kimonos to old comic books. There will also be a large display of Hawaiiana good including Aloha shirts, ukuleles, and Hawaiian Monarchy documents.  Come early and explore it all!

  • Location - Blaisdell Exhibition Hall
  • Time - 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM
  • Cost - $5 General Admission, $2 for kids
  • Learn more - Ukulele.com


Kona Nui Nights – July TBD

Kona Nui Nights is a free monthly event that takes place every 3rd Wednesday in Kaka’ako, and celebrates Hawaiian culture, including the language, Hawaiian music, and the dance of hula.  Grab a bite to eat, some drinks, and most importantly a seat to enjoy the festivities and entertainment.

  • Location – Victoria Ward Park
  • Time – 6 PM to 8 PM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more – Kona Nui Nights

HOMA Summer Nights - July TBD

Honolulu Museum of Arts has started a fun event called Summer Nights.  This is a really fun event that allows you to explore the art and grounds after hours to the groove of a spinning DJ or live music, popup bars and yummy appetizers bites.

  • Location – 900 S Beretania St
  • Time – 5:30 PM to 8 PM
  • Cost - General Admission
  • Learn more - HonoluluMuseum.org

Aloha Freedom Festival - July TBD

The Aloha Freedom Festival takes place at the Aloha Stadium 3 weekend in a row in July.  Purchase a Fun Pass at the entrance, and join all the fun and activities in the surrounding fairgrounds.  There will be lots of classic fair rides, challenging games to win prizes, different types of live entertainment, popular fair food items, and more...

  • Location – Aloha Stadium
  • Time – Starts at 6 PM Fri, Noon Sat & Sun and goes till 11 on Fri & Sat, 9 PM on Sun
  • Cost – Fun Pass or $5 rides
  • Learn more – Aloha Freedom Fest

Kaka'ako Farmers Market - July 16th, 2022

Visit a lively farmers market in a lively area called Kaka'ako.  There are typically 60 vendors selling local produce, creations and goods.  It's a great place to get a bite to eat, whether it's snack, treat, or a full meal.  Lot's of food trucks set up shop here and create some memorable bits that will bring you back the follow weekend.


The Wildest Show in town at Honolulu Zoo – July TBD

Join the Honolulu Zoo in the summer evenings with live music, fun keiki coloring and trivia activates, ono plate lunch, and winning prizes, including a drawing for an ukulele!  Featured artist is Beat Lele.  Alcohol is not permitted, but plate lunches and snacks will be available for purchase.

  • Location – Honolulu Zoo
  • Time – 5 PM music starts online Facebook & YouTube
  • Cost - Asking for Donations
  • Learn more – HonoluluZoo.org

Mango Jam Honolulu - July TBD

Join in the fun at the annual Mango Jam Honolulu festival.  There will be a great line up starting Friday night into Saturday.  Ongoing local live music!  Food vendors using mango in their creations and competing against one another.

  • Location - Frank Fasi Civic Grounds - 550 S. King St.
  • Time - 4:30 PM to 9 PM on Friday and 10 AM to 9 PM on Saturday
  • Cost - Free
  • Learn more - Mango Jam Honolulu

Honolulu Endless Summer Festival - July TBD

Walk out into the streets and join a night full of fun and festivities. A few blocks of Kalakaua Ave will be lined with local artist, merchants, food vendors, and entertainers. This is your chance to purchase locally made items, enjoy great local eats, and enjoy Hawaiian entertainment. One night only!

  •     Location - Kalakaua Ave, Waikiki
  •     Time - 4 PM to 10 PM
  •     Cost - Free
  •     Learn more -  Fairs and Festivals

Yoga in the Park - July 17th, 2022

Get your stretch on in Kaka’ako.  Join a free Yoga section that takes place a each Sunday morning with an instructor leading you into a good workout with some great stretches.  Bring your own towel and map.

  • Location – Victoria Ward Park
  • Time – 9 AM to 10 AM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more – Yoga in the Park

La Ohana Day at Waimea Valley - July 17th, 2022

Waimea is reaching out to all the Kama'aina and military families on Oahu to take advantage of a special 50% discount off general admission on August 20th.

  • Location - Waimea Valley
  • Time - 9 AM-5 PM
  • Cost - 50% off to Hawaii residents and military
  • Learn more - waimeavalley.net


Screen on the Green at Waimea Valley - July 21st, 2022

Waimea Valley is going to help make your summer more fun with a series of outdoor movie nights for the family.  Enjoy free open-air movie nights featuring new and classic films. Screen on the Green features Luca, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.


The Wildest Show in town at Honolulu Zoo – July TBD

Join the Honolulu Zoo in the summer evenings with live music, fun keiki coloring and trivia activates, ono plate lunch, and winning prizes, including a drawing for an ukulele!  Featured artist is Kapena.  Alcohol is not permitted, but plate lunches and snacks will be available for purchase.

  • Location – Honolulu Zoo
  • Time – 5 PM music starts online Facebook & YouTube
  • Cost - Asking for Donations
  • Learn more – HonoluluZoo.org

Kaka'ako Farmers Market - July 23rd, 2022

Visit a lively farmers market in a lively area called Kaka'ako.  There are typically 60 vendors selling local produce, creations and goods.  It's a great place to get a bite to eat, whether it's snack, treat, or a full meal.  Lot's of food trucks set up shop here and create some memorable bits that will bring you back the follow weekend.


Yoga in the Park - July 24th, 2022

Get your stretch on in Kaka’ako.  Join a free Yoga section that takes place a each Sunday morning with an instructor leading you into a good workout with some great stretches.  Bring your own towel and map.

  • Location – Victoria Ward Park
  • Time – 9 AM to 10 AM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more – Yoga in the Park

Ko'olina Artfest - July 20th & 27th, 2022

Head to Ko’olina beach lagoon #3 for a day of Hawaiian music and local art display & sale!  Along the arching sidewalk you find close to 40 artist displaying their artwork for viewing and sale…perfect for special gifts!  There will also be Hawaiian slack-key guitarist and ukulele musicians playing during the duration of this event.


Beach Clean Up with the Waikiki Aquarium - July TBD

Start off the day with a good deed, and participate in a collective effort cleaning up trash and removing debris from the Makapu'u Beach area.   The fun start in the morning and end before lunch…can’t make it any easier!  There should also be some goodies available including breakfast bites to those who participate by sponsors.  Make sure to sign up below…


3rd Annual BEST OF HONOLULU FESTIVAL - July TBD

Presented by HONOLULU Magazine and HONOLULU Family, this event was created to showcase the best of the city, featuring over 45 best of the best vendors, entertainment, restaurants, goods and activities.  Make sure to bring the kids for the keiki village set up with rides and interactive games and activities.

Don't miss the live entertainment by Hawaii's musician Jeff Peterson, The Performing Artists Academy’s “Rhapsody” Choir, Michael Honoka & Azita, and more.

  • Location - Frank Fasi Civic Grounds, Downtown Honolulu
  • Time - 10 AM to 4 PM
  • Cost - FREE
  • Learn More - Honolulu Magazine Festivals

52nd Annual Ukulele Festival – July 17th, 2022

Celebrate the instrument of the islands!  The annual Ukulele Festival pulls over 10,000 people in Kapiolani Park, to hear the beautiful sounds of the ukulele!  There will be endless performances from the morning into the afternoon, lessons given, ukulele giveaways by manufacturers, lots of displays and ukulele souvenirs and ono delicious food to purchase.


Na Mele O Ko’olina – July TBD

Head to Ko’olina beach lagoon #3 for a day of Hawaiian music and local art display & sale!  Hawaii's very best Slack Key and Ukulele musicians, as well as 30 Hawaiian artists who display their artwork for sale


Koko Marina Center Craft & Gift Fair - July TBD

Where better to have a craft and gift fair, than in an outdoor shopping center.  There will be over 60 vendors selling everything from crafted jewelry, art work, electronics, clothing, food creations, and lots of handcrafted goods. With free parking and food vendors on site cooking up a storm, it's hard to pass up!

  • Location - Koko Marina Center
  • Time - 10 AM to 4 PM
  • Cost - FREE
  • Learn more - Koko Marina Center

43rd Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival – July TBD

Watch 2 days of non-competitive hula being performed in the memory of Prince Lot Kapuaiwa.  This is an annual festival that celebrates the art of hula that used to be a forbidden in Moanalua Valley.

  • Location – Moanalua Gardens
  • Time – 9 AM to 4 PM Sat, 10 AM to 3 PM Sun
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more - MoanaLuagardens.com


Aloha Home Market – July 17th, 2022

Enjoy a popup market with lots of Made in Hawaii booth. Everything from art creations to custom jewelry to locally crafted furniture…and lots of food booths along the way. Shop and support the local community!

  • Location – 340 Uluniu St, Kailua
  • Time – 9 AM to 2 PM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more – Aloha Home Market FB

MELE HĀLI‘A Hawaiian Musical Series – July TBD

Mele Hali'a will bring to life Hawaii’s past, present and future through Hawaiian performing arts and entertainment.  Featuring a local musical performance by kawika kahiapo & friends. This will be a fun free event to watch if you’re in the area.  It will take place outdoor on the Waikiki Beach Walk grassy area. 


40th Annual TINMAN TRIATHLON - July 23rd, 2022

A triathlon is one of the hardest races to accomplish and train for...and the Tinman Triathlon one coming to Oahu in July.  This race will start and end in Kapiolani Park, with a 750m swim at Queen's Beach, 40k Bike ride and 10K race from Diamond Head to Koko Head.

  • Location - Starts & ends in Kapiolani Park
  • Time - 5:30 AM to 11 AM
  • Cost - $100 to $150 - price goes up with time
  • Learn more - Tinmanhawaii.com


Waikiki Aquarium Summer Music Series – July TBD

Get ready for a fun outdoor summer concert series at the Waikiki Aquarium.  Starting in June through August there will be 5 concert events taking place on the outdoor Waikiki Aquarium backyard lawn.  Show up early and explore the aquarium exhibits!  Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on.  

This particular concert will feature performing Hawaiian music and artist Slack Key Guitar Masters including George Kahumoku, Nathan Aweau, and Kawika Kahiapo. This is a popular fundraiser for the Waikiki Aquarium that sells out quickly. It might be worth becoming a member of the aquarium, which will give you priority to ticket sales for this summer series.

  • Location – Waikiki Aquarium
  • Time – 5:30 PM to 9 PM
  • Cost – Ticket are available to members first, and public after June 2nd
  • Learn more - Waikikiaquarium.org


Screen on the Green at Waimea Valley - July 28th, 2022

Waimea Valley is going to help make your summer more fun with a series of outdoor movie nights for the family.  Enjoy free open-air movie nights featuring new and classic films.  Bettlejuice, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.


44th Annual Queen Liliuokalani Keiki Hula Competition - July TBD

What’s better than a hula competition?  How about a dedicated event filled with keiki hula performances!  Watch 3 days filled with lots of hula categories and styles.  Should be a lot of fun!

  • Location – Blaisdell Arena
  • Time – 6 PM on the 20th & 21st, and 1 PM on the 22nd
  • Cost – $12 to $14
  • Learn more - http://www.keikihula.org/


The Wildest Show in town at Honolulu Zoo – July TBD

Join the Honolulu Zoo in the summer evenings with live music, fun keiki coloring and trivia activates, ono plate lunch, and winning prizes, including a drawing for an ukulele!  Alcohol is not permitted, but plate lunches and snacks will be available for purchase.

  • Location – Honolulu Zoo
  • Time – 5 PM music starts online Facebook & YouTube
  • Cost - Asking for Donations
  • Learn more – HonoluluZoo.org

Art After Dark - Pow Wow – July TBD

Art After Dark takes place at the Honolulu Museum on the last Friday of each month except Nov & Dec.  This is a really fun event that allows you to explore the art and grounds after hours to the groove of a spinning DJ, popup bars and yummy appetizers being served by Eat Honolulu.  Enjoy drinks made by Free Spirit Mobile Bartenders

  • Location – 900 S Beretania St
  • Time – 6 PM to 9 PM
  • Cost - $25
  • Learn more - HonoluluMuseum.org

8th Annual Waimea Valley Summer Concert Series - July 30th, 2022

Join the Mele Kulāiwi Songs of our Native Land.  Waimea Valley’s annual summer concert is back with a great local line-up, including:  Bruddah Noland, Lim 'Ohana, Keauhoa, and BET! Concerts will be held on the Waimea Valley Main Pavilion Lawn on the last Saturday of the summer months from 3pm-7pm.

  • Location - WaimeaValley.net
  • Time - 3 PM to 7 PM
  • Cost - $15 to $50
  • Learn more - WaimeaValley.net

Mele on the Marina Fest  - July TBD

Don’t miss out on this free concert!  Arrive early, get some shopping done, grab a plate lunch and prime row seating for great line up.  The fun begins at 3 pm with a concert starting off with Kupaoa.  Local artist and food vendors will be on site…

  • Location – Hawaii Kai Town Center
  • Time – 3 PM to 7 :30 PM
  • Cost – FREE
  • Learn more - hawaiikaitowne


Na Wahine Sprint Triathlon – July TBD

Calling all wahines!  Whether you sign up for the full triathlon, a short course, or a leg of the course, there is something for you!  Best part is you’ll be running around Kapiolani Park or swimming into the Queen’s Surf Channel.  Learn more and sign up through the website.


HOMA Summer Nights - July TBD

Honolulu Museum of Arts has started a fun event called Summer Nights.  This is a really fun event that allows you to explore the art and grounds after hours to the groove of a spinning DJ or live music, popup bars and yummy appetizers bites.

  • Location – 900 S Beretania St
  • Time – 5:30 PM to 8 PM
  • Cost - General Admission
  • Learn more - HonoluluMuseum.org

Sea Life Park Summer Twilight Concert Series – July 29th - Aug 1st

End the afternoon exploring Sea Life Park attractions, dinning alfresco and watching a special concert by Hawaiian music artist, Leeward Kaapana, George Kuo, and The Waimanalo Sunset Band.  Call for special dinner reservations (starts at 4:30) and more details…

  • Location – Sea Life Park
  • Time – 4 PM to 6 PM
  • Cost – $59.99
  • Learn More - 808-259-2500 or www.SeaLifePark.com

Screen on the Green at Waimea Valley - July TBD

Waimea Valley is going to help make your summer more fun with a series of outdoor movie nights for the family.  Enjoy free open-air movie nights featuring new and classic films. Screen on the Green features Little Mermaid, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.


Kaka'ako Farmers Market - July 30th, 2022

Visit a lively farmers market in a lively area called Kaka'ako.  There are typically 60 vendors selling local produce, creations and goods.  It's a great place to get a bite to eat, whether it's snack, treat, or a full meal.  Lot's of food trucks set up shop here and create some memorable bits that will bring you back the follow weekend.


August Events

Make sure to review upcoming August Events as well...


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