The Fall season brings so much to experience in Hawaii, from spooky Halloween festivities to discovering Hawaiian culture a little deeper, here are some festivals on our bucket list when it comes to a Hawaiian Fall season.
Hallowbaloo Music and Arts Fest
Hallowbaloo is a massive annual event held in Honolulu’s very own Chinatown. It celebrates the rich and vibrant life of Hawaii’s art community. Expect to find live performances from local and national artists, spirited costumes and plenty of food as you walk this one-of-a-kind street festival.
Oktoberfest Hawaii showcases over 20 craft German-style beers, plenty of local vendors, live music and plenty of authentic German food. The main Oktoberfest event is held at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu; although, you can find plenty of smaller Oktoberfest celebrations throughout all of the Hawaiian Islands all month long.
The Haunted Plantation
Known as Hawaii’s scariest haunted attraction, the Haunted Plantation is located on what is claimed to be a “real haunted village”. The Hawaiian Plantation Village is home to an outdoor museum year-round but transforms into the Haunted Plantation just in time for Halloween. This plantation is known across America as one of the most haunted places in the nation and has been featured on The Travel Channel, Syfy and Buzzfeed.
Hawaii Food and Wine Festival
The Hawaii Food and Wine Festival features more than 150 renowned master chefs, culinary personalities, winemakers and mixologists. Since its 2011 launch, they have donated more than $3 million to community organizations that support sustainability, culinary programs and agriculture.
Kona Coffee Cultural Festival
The Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival hosts more than 40 events over 10 days that showcase nearly 200 years of culture behind Kona Coffee. With fun activities for children and adults, lots of coffee tastings and entertainment you can spend 10 caffeinated days experiencing the culture of Kona Coffee.