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 winter.

December 1: Maui Songwriters Festival featuring Miranda Lambert & Friends (Maui)
December 1- January 1: Honolulu City Lights (Oahu)
December 1-29: Kauai Festival of Lights (Kauai)
December 8-20: Billabong Pipe Masters (Oahu)
December 8: Kapolei City Lights (Oahu)
December 8: NTBG Christmas Craft Fair (Kauai)
December 16: Jingle Rock Run (Oahu)
December 16: Christmas 5K, 1 Mile Walk, Santa’s Half Mile Keiki Dash (Maui)
December 16: Jingle Bell Beach Run 5K Run (Big Island)
December 21-23: Hawaii Open (Oahu)
December 22: Diamond Head Classic (Oahu)
December 22: Hawaii Bowl (Oahu)
December 31: New Year’s Eve Celebrations at Hilton Hawaiian Village (Oahu)

January 1-9: Waimea Ocean Film Festival (Big Island)
January 2-6: Sentry Tournament of Champions (Maui)
January 19-20: Pacific Island Arts Festival (Oahu)

February 15-18: Whale Tales (Maui)
February 16: Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival (Oahu)

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