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 summer.

June 1-3: Big Island Jazz & Blue Festival (Big Island)
June 2: Honolulu BBQ Festival (Oahu)
June 2: MAMo at the MACC Wearable Art Show (Maui)
June 3: Taste of Hawaii (Kauai)
June 8-10: Pan-Pacific Festival (Oahu)
June 9-11, 17-18: King Kamehameha Celebrations (Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Big Island)
June 13-17: Maui Film Festival (Maui)
June 23: Hilo Brewfest (Big Island)
June 24: Kona Marathon (Big Island)
June 24: Ki Ho’alu Guitar Festival (Maui)

Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau (IHVB) / Nancy Erger

July 1: Hanalei Bay Swim Challenge (Kauai)
July 8: Hawaii Island Pride (Big Island)
July 14-15: Haleiwa Arts Festival (Oahu)
July 15: Ukulele Festival (Oahu)
July 19: 37 Vines Wine Dinner (Oahu)
July 20-29: Koloa Plantation Days (Kauai)
July 21: Moonlight & Music Fundraiser (Kauai)
July 21-22: Prince Lot Hula Festival (Oahu)

Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

August 4-5: Heiva I Kauai (Kauai)
August 4-12: Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (Big Island)
August 16-19: Kauai Country Farm Bureau Fair (Kauai)
August 17-19: Made in Hawaii Festival (Oahu)
August 18: Great Waikiki Beer Festival (Oahu)
August 18: Maui Calls – In Celebration of Hula (Maui)
August 18-26: Duke’s OceanFest (Oahu)

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