Island Events & Oahu Family Fun Calendar: June 2024

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50th State Fair

Friday, May 24 – Sunday, July 7

The 50th State Fair is back! This event has been a staple for families for more than a century. Featuring a bustling midway with contemporary amusement rides, delectable cuisine, and classic midway games, the fair promises excitement for all ages. Attendees can also look forward to captivating live performances, including circus acts, monster truck shows, and weekly musical entertainment

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The Walt Disney Studios and World War II Exhibition

Saturday, June 1 – Tuesday, December 31

Experience history come to life at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum with the opening of “The Walt Disney Studios and World War II” exhibition. Delve into the remarkable contributions of Walt Disney and his studio to America’s Greatest Generation during WWII. From June 1 to December 31, visitors can explore over 550 captivating examples of Disney’s wartime efforts, including insignia for the Armed Forces, animated shorts, instructional media, and propaganda films and posters. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to witness Disney’s enduring legacy in the context of one of the most significant periods in history.

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Kids to Parks Day

Saturday, June 1

Join DLNR State Parks and Pacific Historic Parks for the annual Kids to Parks Day event at Diamond Head State Monument on June 1, 2024, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Celebrating its 14th anniversary, Kids to Parks Day promotes outdoor exploration and park stewardship for keiki across local, state, and national parks. Participants will engage in activities focused on outdoor recreation, STEM, and the cultural history of the parks.

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Hawaii Plantation Village Obon Celebration

Saturday, June 1

Kick off the 2024 bon season with Hawaii’s Plantation Village! Embrace an evening of dancing beneath the stars while relishing local delights like andagi, shave ice, and waffle dogs. Explore our gift shop, country store, and pop-up plant sales tent, and delve into the rich history of plantation life at the Historical Exhibition Room. Don’t miss the captivating performances by bon dance groups from across Oahu at this year’s event!

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Pan-Pacific Festival

Friday, June 7 – Sunday, June 9

Returning to Waikiki after a 5-year hiatus, the Pan-Pacific Festival is an international 3-day celebration of the diverse cultural traditions of Hawaii and the Pacific Rim. The Festival features an eclectic assortment of cultural arts and stage performances in a variety of events, including Bon Dance, Hula Festival and the Pan-Pacific Parade.

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Keiki Fun Day

Saturday, June 8

Wet’n’Wild Hawaii’s Keiki Fun Day is promising an exciting day for families. The event, included with paid admission or a 2024 Season Pass, features various activities from 12:00 to 2:00 PM, including glitter tattoos, a kids’ foam party, stilt walkers, jugglers, a strolling magician, balloon twisters, and access to the water park rides. Hawaii residents with valid IDs can get 50% off general admission before 11:30 AM by wearing green or paying cash. It’s an opportunity for families to enjoy a day filled with fun and laughter.

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Honolulu Night Market

Saturday, June 8

Join the excitement as O‘ahu’s south shore hosts the Honolulu Night Market presented by American Savings Bank. With over 80 local food and retail vendors, the market at Our Kaka‘ako promises an array of dishes and products, supporting local entrepreneurs and businesses. Live entertainment on two stages, activities, beer gardens, and more will be spread throughout the event space, ensuring an unforgettable summer experience infused with the warmth and traditions of Hawai‘i.

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Hale’iwa Arts Festival

Saturday, June 29 – Sunday, June 30

The Haleiwa Arts Festival, an annual event held on the North Shore, celebrates local art and culture. It provides a platform for artists to showcase their work and engage with the community. The festival features various artistic mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, music, and dance, offering visitors a chance to explore artist booths and enjoy live performances. The upcoming 25th anniversary promises to be a significant milestone, sure to be remembered by all who attend.

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