Upcoming Events

If you want to know what is happening, the events and other happenings this is the place to look. Listed here are things currently scheduled in the future. You can click on offerings for more information. And, if you are sponsoring and event that needs to be listed here, hop to it and send us your name, contact information and everything about what you are doing.


Koloa Plantation Days

A celebration of Hawaii's sugar industry and rich heritage right where it started in the quaint little village of Koloa. But its actually a pretty big festival. Address: Koloa, HI USA Email: Website: KoloaPlantationDays.com

Kauai Polynesian Festival

Tahitian, Maoir, samoan and Hawaiian Entertainment, arts and crafts, solo and group dance competitions, food booths all day. Attendance fees vary. Contact Person: Kapu Kinimaka-Alquiza Address: soccer field next to Vidinha Stadium on Kapule Highway (Lihu`e). Phone: (808) 335-6466 Website: KauaiPolynesianFestival.org


Kauai Music Festival

Best song writers network with producers and publishers, in forums, workshops, panel discussions and entertainment. At the Hyatt Regency Kauai. Address: Kauai Hyatt Regency Website: KauaiMusicFestival.com


Hawaii AIDS Ride

Fully supported 2-day bike ride on Kauai. An amazing ride--not a race--through some of Kauai’s most breathtaking scenery, along the ocean, through valleys, local neighborhoods and open countryside.


Garden Isle Artisan Fair

Over 40 Artisans from Kauai showcasing as array of handcrafted products from Kauai & Polynesia! Contact Person: Judy Ta'afuli Address: Poipu Beach Phone: 808-245-9021 Website: KauaiFestivals.com


Merrie Monarch Hula Festival Every April

It is the Olympics of Hula. The Big Island's Merrie Monarch Festival happens every April with attendees and contestants from around the world. Hula is big everywhere but this is the mother giant. Address: 101 Aupuni Street, Suite 1014-A1 Hilo, HI 96720 Phone: (808) 935-9168 Fax: (808) 969-3058. Email: Website: MerrieMonarch.org

Prince Kuhio Celebration of the Arts

He was one of Hawaii's most beloved Ali'I (royalty) and every year in April every island has celebrates his reign. Address: Prince Kuhio Park, Hyatt Regency Kauai Resort & Spa and Mano Kalanipo Park, Koloa, HI 96756

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