Check out all the best Oahu Events in June including the Pan Pacific Festival, King Kamehameha Celebration, and Summer Concert Series.
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!
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.
Turnout for the largest luau on the island benefiting Hawaii’s Habitat, an alternative to a 12 step program. Join a big benefit for the preservation of the beautiful Hawaii we've come to love. Enjoy a day of fun & activities, entertainment, a huge silent auction, and a grand grand daytime luau. Along with other activities, including lots of great stuff for the keikis (face painting, bouncy houses, caricature drawings), there will be a silent auction featuring over 500 items to bid on. You will find everything from vacation getaways to jewelry to Hawaiian musical instruments. Music entertainment venue includes Henery Kapano & John Cruz. Finally, you can't beat an 8 coarse luau, including all the classics…, Kalua Pig, Lomi Salmon, Chicken Long Rice, Beef Stew, Rice, Poi, Squid Luau, and Haupia...and all for a great cause!
It’s fun for the keikis at Sea Life Park! This event will have a honu theme to it, with guest speakers talking about these magnificent sea creatures and the world they live in. Activities include live entertainment from 10 am to 2 pm, arts and craft booths, and fun conservation activities.
Celebrate our beautiful Pacific Ocean up in the North Shore! From successful years before, Turtle Bay Resort will continue to host this event that brings together ocean educators, ocean activates, film promotion, Hawaiian made crafts, and lots of food vendors and live music on the grounds. As a bonus, there will be hula performances and great prizes being handed out. This is a free attendance fundraiser, honoring “World Oceans Day”, with fun filled event for the whole family!
In commemoration of the Battle of Midway, join thousands of spectators turning out to watch remote control 1/5th scale warbird planes perform tricks in the air. There will be lots of supporting and side activities, including a kids' activity zone, hangar tours with historic single engine planes on display, a "candy bombing" air performance. As will all successful events, there will be food, drinks, exhibits, and entertainment... Note: there will be a free shuttle provided from Pearl Harbor Visitors Center.
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.
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)
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 kicks off their first movie night on June 1st, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn with the feature Aquaman.
A special 30 ft lei draping event takes place each year from when the bronze statue was dedicated by King Kalakaua, honoring the great King Kamehameha. With this tradition, will be a royal court performance, Hawaiian music, ceremony, and entertainment! It will be spectacle not to be missed! Joining the music entertainment will be the Royal Hawaiian Band, and Raiatea Helm.
ready for a 3 day international celebration of Pan-Pacific culture in
Waikiki. During this block party parade, you will see great
performances including hula, live demonstrations, lots of food booths,
and live entertainment. Watch thousands participate in a big
parade with lively costumes and floats, as they march down Kalakaua
Ave...followed with a long day full of activities!
Join in on ocean education and sustainability activities. This will be an afternoon of fun activates & celebration around the beautiful Ko’olina Lagoon #4. Listen to live entertainment and explore the food booths with your appetite. There will also be an outdoor movie showing of Disney’s recent box office hit Moana.
Need a better excuse to head to the mall? How about a grand Hawaiian steel guitar concert! Featuring masters such as Bobby Ingano, Greg Sardinha, and Paul Kim! Come out and join the fun!
2 days of direct and resale sellers representing jewelry, make up, clothing, collectibles, toys, and treasures from Japan & Korea.
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, and grab a bite to eat! Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on.
This particular concert on will feature Performances by Kuapoa, Mark Yamanaka, and Bobby Moderow. 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.
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!
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 Ralph Breaks the Internet, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.
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
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. Spider Man "Into the Spider-Verse" will be the featured movie of the evening...
End the afternoon exploring Sea Life Park attractions, dinning alfresco and watching a special concert by Hawaiian music artist, Kapena, Ben & Maila, Makaha Sons, and Anuhea. Call for special dinner reservations (starts at 4:30) and more details…
Eat the Street
is an organization that gets some of the best food trucks on the island
together in a designated area, and create a party of its own. They will hosting their annual Honolulu Night Market Summer Solstice. Thousands of hungry folks seeking their next
favorite dish attend each month! Explore
the different venues and taste some ono creations. Live
Na Mele No Na
Pua will bring to life Hawaii’s past, present
and future through Hawaiian performing arts and entertainment. Featuring a local musical performance by Kapena. 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.
Time to take dad out for a relaxing day in the Waimea Valley gardens, where he and the whole family can enjoy a nice Father's Dad BBQ and concert performance Peter Apo. The BBQ buffet will feature baby back ribs, BBQ Chicken, grilled steak & fish, burgers & hot dogs, and lots of sides including garlic chili! Price of admission will give you access to explore the beautiful grounds and popular waterfall.
Treat Dad to a day of tasting up to 20 different micro beers, sampling food pairings, while being entertained with some live entertainment under the iconic banyan tree! Doesn’t get much better than this!
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.
Can you think of a better way to relax then mixing up some yoga with a little wine after? That's right, work on your flexibility and continue relaxing your state with some organic wines. There will be also be some special local vendor exhibits to check out.
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.
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 Hotel Transylvania, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.
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.
Check out the showcases of native Hawaiian artist. Visit local artists, crafts and cultural practitioners will be set up in “The Barn” at SALT location. Music will keep the vibe going and the best restaurant choices surround you.
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.
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 Roy Sakuma’s Super Keiki. Alcohol is not permitted, but plate lunches and snacks will be available for purchase.
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 artist Na Hoa, Del Beezley, Ka La Onohi, and Mai O’ Ha’eha’e. 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.
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 performance from Ka Pā Nani 'O Lilinoe, Hālau Kawaihoa, Kala‘e Camarillo, and Led Kaapana takes the stage at 6 p.m.
. Local artist and food vendors will be on site…
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 Trolls, after the Hale’iwa Farmers Markets. Take a seat on the main lawn for the featured film of the night.
Murder Mystery is the theme. See if you can figure out who did it?
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 StreetGrindz and Pig in the Lady. Enjoy drinks made by Free Spirit Mobile Bartenders
Join the Mele Kulāiwi Songs of our Native Land. Waimea Valley’s annual summer concert is back with a great local line-up, including: Sean Na'auao, Maunalua, Jeff Rasmussen & Robi Kahakalau, Sudden Rush, and Halau Na Mamo O Pu;uanahulu. Concerts will be held on the Waimea Valley Main Pavilion Lawn on the last Saturday of the summer months: June 29th, July 27th, and August 31st from 3pm-6:30pm.