CALENDAR  OF  EVENTS

AUG

4

KE AU HAWAI'I FESTIVAL

Join us for our feature event as we unite in celebration of "Ke Au Hawai'i", the age of the Hawaiian!

AUG

4

Ke Au Hawai'i Festival 

Celebrating the importance of the "Year of the Hawaiian - Ke Au Hawai'i 2018" through mele, mākeke, meaʻai and more!

AUG

10-12

Celebrate Hula! We honor Lahaina's famed kumu hula Emma Farden Sharpe with a weekend of Hula in Lahaina! Come enjoy exhibits, workshops and performances by halau hula.

AUG

18-19

Be a part of living history at Pu‘ukoholā Heiau. Enjoy a day of Hawaiian cultural demonstrations, arts and craft workshops, music, and more.

AUG

18-26

Duke's Ocean Fest

An ocean sports festivity that honors the legacies of Duke Kahanamoku’s life, his athletic contributions, and his spirit that still lives on.

AUG

25

Waimea Valley Summer Concert Series

The 6th Annual Summer Concert Series Hoʻi Hou Mai i Waimea, Return to the Valley celebrates Hawaiian music and dance.

SEPT

1-2

A hula competition where hula dancers of all ages share their achievements in hula, culture, and the Hawaiian language.

SEPT

1-

OCT

13

Festivals of Aloha, Maui Nui Style

Festivities to celebrate and honor Native Hawaiian culture and traditions from generation to generation.

SEPT

1-29

Aloha Festivals is Hawaii’s premier cultural showcase, preserving the unique traditions of the Islands. It’s a free, month-long celebration of Hawaiian music, dance and history.

SEPT

2

2018 Annual Onipa'a Celebration

An event to celebrate Queen Liliʻuokalani's birthday and honor her as a leader of peace and justice as Hawaiʻi's last sovereign. 

SEPT

23

Elite women paddlers compete in a prestigious 41 mile long distance open water outrigger canoe race from Hale O Lono, Molokaʻi, Hawaiʻi across the Kaiwi Channel to Fort DeRussy Beach on the island of Oʻahu.

OCT

17

Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce Business Fest

An annual event where the Native Hawaiian community fosters and sustains Hawaiian culture, nurtures a strong community of Hawaiian values, and enhances opportunities for success in business and education.

OCT

8-10

17th Annual Native Hawaiian Convention

An annual conference where community leader advocates and practitioners foster and enhance the well being of Hawaiʻi through the cultural, economic, political and community development of Native Hawaiians.

OCT

13

A day of history and hula, Eō e Emalani brings together Kauaʻi residents and visitors to celebrate Hawai‘i's beloved Queen Emma and recalls her journey to the Kokeʻe uplands and Kilohana vista in 1871.

SEPT

23-29

Kaua'i Mokihana Festival

Enjoy a week-long celebration of Hawaiian culture, including education lectures, cultural presentations, music, composition concert and contest, and hula competitions

OCT

7

Moloka'i Hoe

An annual event where the best of male paddlers compete in a prestigious 42 mile long distance open water outrigger canoe race across the Kaiwi Channel.

© 2018 Year of the Hawaiian 

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