How to Celebrate New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013

Celebrating New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013 will have you rewriting your history book as the best way to kick off the New Year! If you are Wondering what to do prior and post midnight, many places in Hawaii host special events to attend. Here is our countdown of special events to celebrate New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013!

Our Event Countdown for New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013

5. Attend the Aloha Tower Marketplace New Years Block Party

Aloha Tower Marketplace will be ringing in the new year with their famous Block Party in Honolulu! There will be live music on eight stages with over fifty performers! This block party, kicks off at 10pm and will will host live DJs, dance crews, magicians, and a wide variety of food and drinks to name a few main attractions!
Hawaii celebrates New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013 with fireworks over Aloha Tower Photo Taken by :MadMarv00

Hawaii celebrates New Years Eve with fireworks over Aloha Tower Photo Taken by :MadMarv00

4.Experience Hawaiian night life for a Final Time This Year

If your interested in experiencing nightlife on New Years Eve in Hawaii this is the night of the year to do so. The best options for experiencing Hawaiian night life include LUX at the TRUMP with their Black Tie Masquerade party from 8:30pm-1:30am, and the Rumfire at the Waikiki Sheraton will be hosting their Avenge 2013 event from 8:30pm-2:30am. This Super Hero event invites the worlds mightiest party people to one of the closest clubs to Waikiki Beach!
Celebrating New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013 at Waikiki Beach!

Waikiki will transform from tourist town to a mega-party for New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013 and will have an amazing fireworks display!

3. Dine on a Midnight Cruise off the Shores of Maui

Get the most exclusive dining experience available on this New Years Eve. These night dinner cruises offer one of a kind experience and the view experienced during the firework display goes unmatched! Pride of Maui offers a very popular New Years Eve Cruise with appetizers and desserts, live music, a premium open bar and midnight champagne toast are included.

Taking a midnight cruise for New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013 is a great way to see the fireworks and everyone in town enjoying the night!

Taking a midnight cruise is a great way to see the fireworks and everyone in town enjoying the night!

2. Head to Ali’i Drive for the Coolest Party in Kona

Fireworks are the main attraction in the Village of Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The best spot to experience the wonder this Island has to offer on New Years Eve, is a trip to Ali’i Drive. The whole town lines the Ali’i Drive Strip, waiting for the official fireworks at midnight, shot from a barge over the ocean in a spectacular show that costs tens of thousands of dollars.
Picture this drive while Celebrating New Years in Hawaii 2013

Ali’i Drive in Kona will mesmerize you on a magical night such as New Years Eve

1. Explode with Excitement Under the Fireworks of Honolulu

Honolulu launches the largest New Years Eve firework display within the State of Hawaii. Being present at one of the many fireworks locations including Waikiki, Aloha Tower, Ko’Olina should be one of the most spectacular events of the night! Beginning five minutes prior to midnight, a firework will be set off each minute leading to a ten minute grand finale at the pinnacle of the new years eve celebration! If the nightlife is not your cup of tea, than different locations’ spectacular displays can be viewed via internet broadcast!
Fireworks and coconut trees will make beautiful scenery for New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013!

Fireworks and coconut trees will make beautiful scenery for New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013!

For a detailed list of all the main events happening for New Years Eve in Hawaii 2013 click this link. If you will be staying in Hawaii around this time and need some travel tips or ideas on what to do while you are here, consider taking a guided tour or experiencing one of the many attractions available.

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