Planning to spend your winter in Hawaii? Check out the events happening this season. From holiday festivities to golf tournaments and surfing competitions, you’ll find a variety of things to do in Hawaii. It’s also whale watching season. When every year humpback whales migrate to the warm waters of the Hawaiian Islands from December through early May.

December 6-28: Kauai Festival of Lights (Kauai)
December 7: Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade (Oahu)
December 7: Maui Songwriters Festival (Maui)
December 7- January 1: Honolulu City Lights (Oahu)
December 8: Honolulu Marathon (Oahu) 
December 8-20: Billabong Pipe Masters (Oahu)
December 13-15: Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival (Big Island)
December 15: Jingle Rock Run (Oahu)
December 22-25: Diamond Head Classic (Oahu)
December 24: Hawaii Bowl (Oahu)
December 26-28: Hawaii Tennis Open (Oahu)

January 1-5: Sentry Tournament of Champions (Maui)
January 1-8: Waimea Ocean Film Festival (Big Island)
January 6-12: Sony Open in Hawaii (Oahu)
January 16-18: Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai (Big Island)
January 18: Night in Chinatown and Chinese New Year Parade (Oahu)
January 28 & 29: 37 Vines Wine Dinner at Hilton Waikiki Beach (Oahu)

Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / AJ Feducia

February 15-23: Waimea Town Celebration (Kauai)
February 17: Great Aloha Run (Oahu)
February 21-23: Amazing Comic Con Aloha (Oahu)
February 28-29: Kauai Steel Guitar Festival (Kauai)
February: Pow! Wow! Hawaii (Oahu)

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