From surf contests 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.

Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Mark Kushimi

Here’s a line-up of what’s happening across the Hawaiian Islands this summer:

JUNE 1: Habilitat’s Annual Luau, Auction, and Benefit Concert (Oahu)
JUNE 1: Ironman 70.3 Hawaii (Big Island)
JUNE 1-2: T&C Surf Grom Contest (Oahu)
JUNE 2: Taste of Hawaii – The Ultimate Sunday Brunch (Kauai)
JUNE 6-9: 38th Kapalua Wine & Food Festival (Maui)
JUNE 7-9: Pan-Pacific Festival (40th Annual) (Oahu)
JUNE 8: King Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade and Hoolaulea (Big Island)
JUNE 9-10: Annual Olukai Hoʻolauleʻa (Maui)
JUNE 11: Kohala Kamehameha Day Celebration (Big Island)
JUNE 12-16: Maui Film Festival (Maui)
JUNE 20-22: Hawaii Songwriting Festival (Big Island)
JUNE 21-22: Mango Jam Honolulu (Oahu)
JUNE 29-30: Molokai Holokai Hoolaulea (Festival) (Molokai)

Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

JULY 13-14: Hawaii State Farm Fair (57th Annual) (Oahu)
JULY 14: Hawaii All-Collectors Show (Oahu)
JULY 16, 17: 37 Vines Wine Dinner at Hilton Waikiki Beach (Oahu)
JULY 15-20: Royal Hawaiian Center Presents Waikiki Steel Guitar Week (Oahu)
JULY 19-28: Koloa Plantation Days (Kauai)
JULY 20-21: 42nd Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival (Oahu)
JULY 21: Ukulele Festival Hawaii (49th Annual) (Oahu)
JULY 27: Hanalei Bay Swim Challenge (12th Annual) (Kauai)
JULY 27-28: Experience Volcano Festival Celebrating Arts and Culture (Big Island)
JULY 27–AUGUST 4: Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (Big Island)

Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau (IHVB) / Kirk Lee Aeder

AUGUST 3-4: Heiva I Kauai (Kauai)
AUGUST 4: Na Pali Challenge (Kauai)
AUGUST 10: Oahu Heart Walk (Oahu)
AUGUST 16: Made in Hawaii Festival (25th Annual) (Oahu)
AUGUST 17: Duke’s OceanFest (Oahu)

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