If you’re vacationing this Fourth of July in Hawaii, get ready for a summer celebration, Hawaiian style! Here’s a look at events around the islands for America’s 236th birthday!
Fourth of July in Hawaii on Oahu
If you’re staying in Waikiki for the Fourth of July you are in for a treat! The Ala Moana Shopping Center will be holding events all day starting at 12:00 noon. Live entertainment, Honolulu’s best shopping, fabulous dining and more await you before the islands best fireworks show.
The Fourth of July fireworks from Ala Moana Beach Park will surely be spectacular. Starting around 8:00 p.m. it would be a good idea to get there early to find a good spot to watch them from.
Check out how Ala Moana Beach Park is in the running for Coca Cola’s contest “America’s Favorite Park.”
If you’ll still be on town on friday, you have to watch the fireworks over Waikiki Beach!
Fourth of July in Hawaii on Maui
Enjoy fireworks on Fourth of July in Hawaii on Maui by visiting the Lahaina Library. With events and celebrations throughout Lahaina, the Maui Community Band will be performing and the fireworks start at 8:00.
Spend the day perusing historic Lahaina town and enjoy an unforgettable Maui sunset!
Fourth of July in Hawaii on the Big Island
Fourth of July in Hawaii on the Big Island means one thing: Big time fun! With events happening all around the island, the hardest part will be trying to decide what to do.
Celebrate Turtle Independence Day at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows! Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles who have grown up in the hotel’s ponds will be released into the wild to hopefully strengthen the population of these gentle and endangered species. Event starts at 9:00 a.m.
If you’re staying at the Waikaloa Village Resort, you have to check out their rubber ducky race starting at 10:00 a.m. As a fundraiser for United Cerebral Palsy, this event not only helps those in need but will be fun for the whole family! An all-day event, there will even be fireworks in the evening!
If you will be in the Kailua-Kona area on the fourth, check out the Independence Day Parade at 5:30 p.m. on Ali’i Drive. There will be kids activities, and a fireworks show after sunset.
If you’re staying on the Hilo side of the island, check out the Fourth of July festivities happening at Volcano Village. A farmers market, craft fair, and parade will be for a fun day, and see Mother Nature’s own fireworks show at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
If you’re interested in seeing the active volcano, Mt. Kilauea, check out our volcano tours!
Hopefully you have a chance to enjoy these awesome events for Fourth of July in Hawaii, Happy Independence Day (and Turtle Independence Day!)