From sports and live music to festivals and parades, you’ll find a variety of events to experience Hawaii’s rich culture, thriving arts and culinary scene.

Here’s a line-up of what’s happening across the Hawaiian Islands this fall.

September 1: Okinawan Festival (Oahu)
September 2: Kauai Marathon (Kauai)
September 7-15: Hawaii Island Festival (Big Island)
September 20: Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival (Oahu)
September 22: Waikiki Hoolaulea (Oahu)
September 23: Children’s Film & Music Festival (Oahu)
September 29: Taste of Hawaiian Range (Big Island)
September 30: Maui Ukulele Festival (Maui)

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October 6: Kauai Coconut Festival (Kauai)
October 13: Ironman World Championship (Big Island)
October 14: Maui Marathon (Maui)
October 20: Honolulu Pride Parade & Festival (Oahu)

November 2: Made in Maui County Festival (Maui)
November 7-10: Poipu Food and Wine Festival (Kauai)
November 9-18: Kona Coffee Cultural Festival (Big Island)
November 15: Hula Girl Festival (Oahu)

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