April 2024 Hawaii Island Events Calendar

The Merrie Monarch Festival is an iconic cultural event on Hawaii Island. If you are on island, you can experience it in a variety of ways even if you can’t get tickets to the competition itself. Strolling the craft fairs and seeing the variety of free music opportunities is a must to really experience the culture of Hawaii.

To enjoy the agricultural goodness of the island, attend the cacao seminars at the annual Big Island Chocolate Festival or don your favorite masquerade mask and enjoy sweet and savory chocolate, fine wine, music, and dancing.

The Merrie Monarch Festival is dedicated to the memory of King David La‘amea Kalākaua, known as the “Merrie Monarch” for his flamboyant and fun-loving ways. Kalākaua was elected king of the Hawaiian Nation in 1874, and reigned until his passing in 1891. He was a patron of the arts, especially music and dance.

April 3-6, 2024

Merrie Monarch Festival Craft Fair & Entertainment Schedule

Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium & Butler Buildings

247 Manono St, Hilo, HI 

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday 9 AM – 4 PM

Aloha kākou! It’s that time again. We’re happy to announce the return of the Merrie Monarch Hawaiian Arts & Crafts Fair April 3-6 2024, at the Afook Chinen Civic Auditorium & Butler Buildings in Hilo. E hele mai a kāko’o, please join us in showcasing and supporting over 150 of Hawaiʻi’s best artisans and crafters. Click here for more info

April 3-6, 2024

9AM – 3PM

The Grand Naniloa Hotel Hilo

Everyone is invited to our special Mākeke (marketplace) featuring Hawaiian clothes, unique jewelry, and tasty pūpū (bites). You won’t want to miss this incredible celebration! Click here For More Information

April 4-6, 2024

Nani Mau Gardens Arts, Crafts & Food Festival

421 Makalika Street Hilo, HI 

The Festival celebrates the artistic and cultural heritage of Hawaii’s diverse people and environment and showcases the finest artisans, crafters, and food vendors throughout the State. There will be prize giveaways, music, entertainment, hula performances, demonstrations and onolicious foods.  Truly an unforgettable cultural fun filled  event.

April 6, 2024

Merrie Monarch Royal Parade

Through Downtown Hilo

10:30 am

One of the festival’s most entertaining and fun events for the entire family, the parade begins and ends at Pauahi St. (Kilauea Ave. — Keawe St. — Waiānuenue Ave. — Kamehameha Ave,) Click here for more info:

April 1, 2024

Monday Night Jazz Jam

43 Kukuau St, Hilo, HI 

6-9pm every Monday night. Free for all ages.

An all-inclusive Jazz Jam with a rotating house band. Created to strengthen the Big Island Jazz community through networking and jamming.
Bring your favorite charts and the instrument of your choice or enjoy the vibrations of people improvising together in the Jazz Tradition. Huge Mahaloz to those joining us online. Click here for more info

April 4 – 6, 2024

Kona Steel Guitar Festival

Outrigger Resort & Hotel Keauhou Ballroom III & IV

78-128 Ehukai Street, Kailua Kona

Join us for a open workshops. open stage performances, vintage steel exhibit, kanikapila jam sessions featuring steel guitar artists Alan Akaka, Pomai Brown, Billy Cardine, Al Greene Jr, Bobby Ingano. Maile Lyman, Greg Sardinha, Dwight Tokumoto, Geri Valdriz, Hi’ipoi Lindsey and Enose Lyman. Click here for more info. Free admission and open to the public

April 5, 2024

School of Rock Battle of the Bands

43-D Kukuau street Hilo, HI

Beginning at 6pm

Calling all high school bands! Our second all-ages old-school battle of the bands is getting dialed in for you with last year’s winners, (Two Years Apart) headlining. Looking for 5 high school bands who are willing to bring their 4 song set of originals or covers with many chances to win fabulous prizes. Click here for more info

April 13, 2024

Big Island-Rally to the Top

9am to 12pm

Join Big Island EV for our Earth Month celebration with an EV Rally to Gil Kahele Rec. Area (Mauna Kea Park). We’ll start with a gathering in Kona, Waimea, Waikoloa Village, and Hilo at 9AM, followed by a scenic drive on Saddle Road to the Gil Kahele Recreation Area. We plan to have a potluck, a general celebration of clean transportation, and a long-overdue opportunity to get together. Click here for more info

April 13, 2024


43-D Kukuau street Hilo, HI

6:00pm to 9:00pm

$15 door, All ages

Elias Alexander is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter whose work swells from the intersection of traditional music, electronic production, and songwriting. Using electronics, he alchemizes tradition into something healing, danceable, deeply personal, and of this moment. So if you like world music with an EDM twist, you’ll love RAMBLXR. For more info, follow the link below. For more info click here

April 19 & 20 2024 at 7:30pm

April 21, 2023 at 2:00pm

Happily Eva Afta

Hilo Palace Theater

38 Haili St, Hilo

Hawaiʻi-kine pidgin musical comedy by Lisa Matsumoto, with music & lyrics by Roslyn, is directed by Justina Mattos, with choreography by Kea Kapahua and music direction by Rachel Edwards. This final segment of the Once Upon One Time trilogy once again transforms traditional fairy tales into a comedic local fantasy full of memorable songs and colorful characters. Meet Da Six Menehune, The Dancing Princesses, Da T’ree Fairies, Da Filipino Shoe Makers, Da Wicked Queen and a menagerie of delightful local-style fairy tale characters in this fun and crazy adventure! Tickets and information at: https://artscenter.uhh.hawaii.edu/happily-eva-afta 

April 19-23, 2024

Hilo Palace Theater

38 Haili St, Hilo, HI

Friday April 19th @ 7:00pm
Saturday April 20th @ 2:30pm
Sunday April 21st @ 2:30 + 7:00pm
Monday April 22nd @ 7:00pm
Tuesday April 23rd @ 7:00pm

Doors, Box Office and Concessions open 30min prior to showtime

$10 General Admission
$9 Senior, Student & Veteran

Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green
Starring Kingsley Ben-Adir, Lashana Lynch, James Norton

Synopsis: The story of how reggae icon Bob Marley overcame adversity, and the journey behind his revolutionary music. Click here for more information: https://hilopalace.com/hpt_event/bob-marley-one-love/?fbclid=IwAR02vxxbSEOvrRPFt_e321kZgAJz-DzenlWBt1KfNQhZsOdakn7wVjqVTkU

April 20, 2024

Buddah’s Cup Coffee

78-1377 Bishop Rd, Holualoa

10:00am -4:00pm

Come and join us! We are celebrating 20 years of business! This event is free to enter. With food trucks, entertainment,
and a few local artisans. We will also have Coffee samples in our tasting room!

April 25, 2024

Happy Hour with Brother Noland

The Royal Kona Resort

75-5852 Ali‘i Dr, Kailua-Kona


Inspired by Brother Noland Music and the Hawaiian Survival Handbook.

Brother Noland is a legacy Hawaiian artist who has deeply influenced contemporary Hawaiian music for nearly 40 years. In 2013, he authored the “Hawaiian Survival Handbook” where he shares the outdoor skills he has developed over a lifetime spent in Hawai’i’s forests and water.

Songs, stories and survival tips will be woven into this pau hana program to connect our listeners to Hawaii through music and storytelling. Enjoy pupus and drinks during sunset while knowledge is shared about the land, ocean and life through the Hawaiian Value System. Book signing offered after performance.

April 25, 2024

Paint & Sip Fundraiser

My Bar

74-5606 Luhia St, Kailua-Kona


Get Ready Hawaii hosts Paint-n-Sip fundraisers on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month thanks to our generous hosts at My Bar Kona.

April 25 will feature an original piece by Executive Director Jefferson Gourley with a whale tail silhouette in front of a setting sun. Ticekts to this event are $50 and include admission, art supplies, and your first well beverage.

For ticket to this event please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/875588226957?aff=oddtdtcreator

Or to see our full schedule of Paint-n-Sip events please visit www.getreadyhawaii.org/paint-n-sips 

April 25-27, 2024

11th Annual Big Island Chocolate Festival

Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

69-275 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa, HI

Itʻs glitz, glam and glorious fun for the “Mystical Chocolate Masquerade”. Attendees are encouraged to dress their best for the Saturday night gala—fancy costumes and masks are encouraged. The annual, two-day festival offers chocolate-themed culinary demonstrations for the home cook, cacao growing and processing seminars by industry experts, a farm tour and a festive evening gala with walkabout savory and sweet culinary booths, chocolate fountain, entertainment, dancing and a silent auction. Guests can enjoy unlimited wine, beer, special edition Ola Brew chocolate seltzer and beer, iced tea and coffee. The gala also offers VIP seating with two specially curated drinks paired with pupus. In its 11th year, the celebration of chocolate is presented by the non-profit Kona Cacao Association (KCA). This year’s beneficiaries include Hawai‘i Institute of Pacific Agriculture, Kona Dance & Performing Arts and Hawai‘i Keiki Museum. A general admission gala ticket is $99 with VIP for $169. Also available are specially priced event room packages at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort. Educational activities and prices will be announced on the website. All event tickets are sold online and additional tax and ticketing fees apply. Mahalo to sponsorship by the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority and Island of Hawaiʻi Visitors Bureau. Click here for more info

April 27, 2024

Hilo Woman’s Club Rummage Sale

7 Lele Street, Hilo, HI

7:00am to 12:00pm

Donations wanted: Drop off your gently used household items, clothing, toys, books, tools, electronics, linens, sporting goods and more on April 23 from 1:30 to 3:30pm, April 24 & 25 from 12:30 to 3:30pm. No large or heavy furniture donations please.

Volunteers needed: Help us make this event a success! Members and prospective members are invited to assist with set-up, pricing, organizing, assisting shoppers, and clean-up.

If you can donate or help with the event, please call the Clubhouse at (808) 935-9838.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to find amazing deals while supporting a good cause. We can’t wait to see you there! For more information

April 27, 2024


Doors, Box Office and Concessions open at 6:00pm

Hilo Palace Theater


Live Concert

The Hilo Jazz Orchestra returns to the Palace stage to perform a tribute to Frank Zappa live in concert with special guest HAASTILE performing an opening set. Click here for tickets
$10 Student with valid student ID
$20 General Admission
$30 Priority Orchestra
*All tickets $5 more on Day of Show, except for Student tickets. All sales final, tickets non-transferrable or refundable.

April 27, 2024

Malamalama Waldorf School’s 2024 Spring Faire

15-1834 Makuu Dr , Keaau, HI

11am to 3pm

Admission is free, and everyone is welcome!

Experience the magic of spring with live music, Hula performances, crafts, games, and more! Explore local artisan vendors, shop at our Annual Plant Sale, and delight in delicious treats to keep you energized.

Don’t miss our special Waldorf room, showcasing the artistic and academic talents of our students. Your support helps sustain integrated arts education and our wonderful community.

Mark your calendars and join us for a day of fun, community spring celebration, and magic! Click here For more info

April 27 2024

The RISE Project Hawaii 3rd Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser

Kona Country Club golf course.

Registration begins at 7am, shotgun start at 8 am, with lunch to follow immediately afterwards.

The RISE Project Hawaii is a non-profit organization committed to helping women from all walks of life find resilience through education and self-development. We bring together thriving, inspirational women with those overcoming hardship, wanting to refine their life skills or rechart their life course.

Since its inception, The RISE Project has awarded 8 scholarships to adult women from the Big Island, fueling their aspirations to return to higher education as non-traditional students.The RISE Project has hosted two self-development events free to the community that promote resilience, balance, health, self awareness and collaboration.Each year we offer a total of more than $3500 in scholarships to women in this community.

COME AND GOLF Form a two person team and enjoy a round of golf at the beautiful Kona Country Club golf course. Your entry includes a light breakfast, a round of golf, lunch, and opportunities for mulligans and closest to the hole contests! $150 donation per player.

Register at theriseprojecthawaii.com

April 28, 2024

Lei Day Festival

Kings Shops

250 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa, HI

A FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE THE ART & HISTORY OF LEI MAKING IN HAWAI’I Join us for a vibrant celebration, and be among the first 50 attendees to receive a special free giveaway! Immerse yourself in the art and culture of the lei, enjoy live Hawaiian music echoing through the air, mesmerizing hula performances that will enchant your soul, and an artisan market showcasing local talent and crafts. Let your keiki (children) delight in specially curated activities just for them, including a photo booth where they can capture precious memories of face painting, scavenger hunts and more

April 28, 2024


Hilo Palace Theater

38 Haili St, Hilo, HI

2:30pm & 7:00pm
Doors, Box Office & Concessions open 30 min prior

$10 General Admission
$9 Senior, Student, Veteran
*All sales final, tickets are non-refundable or transferrable.

Synopsis: On an island where crime and poverty prevail, JahRun and Ifajah set up shop selling their gear and mixes, but when villains steal Ifajah’s turntables, things start to turn crazy. As tension builds, JahRun and Ifajah plot to end the villain’s robbery spree and restore justice to the community.

About the film: The HI Rise story started in 2016 when creators Josh Ballauer and Chelsie Settlemier thought it would be fun to create a movie about what it’s like to live in Puna. Puna is most prone to lava flows because it is located near one of the most active volcanoes in the world, Kilauea. Filming of HI Rise was paused during the 2018 eruption because a major natural disaster was occurring in the community. During this time, the filmmakers focused on capturing video of the volcano and the community’s reaction to it’s destruction. Because such unique footage was obtained, it was decided to change the end of the movie to include the lava flow.
This movie was made possible by many individual artists coming together and sharing their talents. There was no budget for this movie and everything was done by the cast and crew volunteering their time. Your support is greatly appreciated and will be used to help create the next movie. Click here for more information: https://hilopalace.com/hpt_event/hi-rise/?fbclid=IwAR1d5kqtlCeTnBWDQPTtLIDDygrZEYeSPUqGoTB2qiXbZQ310nomr8-fLxc

Hawaii Island has some great events coming up!

If you know of others that you would like to share or upcoming events for the Fall, email me at Julie@Ziemelis.com. Please share this calendar to support our awesome business owners and events planners!

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365 Bonus Info on Island Wide Farmers Markets, Craft Fairs & Monthly Events!

The Outrigger Kona resort and Spa in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii hosts a “Talk Story Under the New Moon” event on the last Tuesday of every month from 5pm to 6:30pm at Ka’ukulaelae. The events highlights the historic Hawaiian traditions. Free Event.

Kona Area Farmers Markets


Directions: At the intersection of Hualalai Rd. and Aliʻi Dr., in the parking lot next to the Kona Public Library (across from Hale Halawai) in Kailua-Kona

Market days: Wednesday to Sunday from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM


Directions: 75-6129 Aliʻi Drive, Kailua-Kona

Market days: Tuesday – Sunday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM


Directions:Located on the Lawn in front of Outrigger Kona at Keauhou bay – 78-128 Ehukai Street, Kailua-Kona, HI. 96740

Market days: Every Wednesday and Friday between 09:00 AM and 2:00 PM


Directions: Keauhou Shopping Center, fronting Ace Hardware. 78-6831 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740-2

Market days: Saturdays between 8:00 AM and 12 PM (noon)


Directions: Near the old Higashi Store, between mile marker 103 &104. 84-4770 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook

Market days: Open 9am-5pm Monday and Wednesday through Friday, Closed Tuesdays. Open on Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 4pm.


Formerly known as the South Kona green market.

Directions: Located at the Amy Greenwell Botanical Gardens across from the Manago hotel in Captain Cook

Market day: Sunday between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM

Hilo Area Farmers Markets


At the end of highway 137 where the 1990 lava flow covered the majority of the Kalapana village and the famous Kaimu Black Sand Beach.

Directions: 12-5038 Kalapana Kapoho Beach Rd, Pāhoa, HI 96778.

Market daysWednesday between 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM (website) for the night market, also known as the “Wednesday Night Hoʻolauleʻa Market”. Note that there is a $20/pp cover charge for entrance.  Saturday between 8:00 AM and noon for Uncles Kaimū Farmers Market (website) .

More information: The venue for the farmers market (Uncles ʻAwa Club) is also opened daily from 7:00 AM on. There is a smoothie shack and ‘Uncles Kitchen’ which serves BBQ plates, local style food plates, burgers, appetizers, and fresh fish burgers or plates from 11 am till 7 pm. Uncles ʻAwa Bar is open from 10 am till closing (website).


Directions: TEMPORARY Location: Hakalau Veteran’s Park (see the website linked below for the most recent location)

Market Day: Tuesdays afternoon between 3 pm and 5 pm

More information: at the Hakalau farmers market website.

HILO COFFEE MILL “MARKET @ THE MILL” (between Hilo and Volcano). Directions: Hilo Coffee Mill Farm, 17-995 Volcano Rd. (Between Mile Markers 12 and 13)

Market days: Saturday between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM

More information: Market @ the mill website


Directions: Corner of Kamehameha Avenue and Mamo Street

Market days: Wednesday and Saturday between 7:00 AM and 2:00 PM. The market is also open all other days of the week between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., but there will be less vendors.

More information http://Hilofarmersmarket.com


The Keaau village farmers market is a small farmers market in the village of Keaʻau, 8 miles (15 minutes) south of Hilo.  You can find most of the fruit, vegetables and flowers/plants that most of your bigger markets have.

Directions: on the open parking lot between McDonald’s and the Shell gas station (16-573 Old Volcano Road, Keaau, HI.)Distance from Hilo: 8 miles (15 minutes by car)

Market days: Tuesday to Saturday between 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM


The Maku‘u Farmers Market is a large market with stalls for up to 200 local merchants and artisans.  You can find produce and food at the market, and a wide variety of new and recycled products including crafts, plants, jewelry, clothing, books, and more.  They boast several food trucks and stalls that the locals have come to love.   Its the place to be to “talk story” and find special gifts and fresh produce. 

Directions: on the Makuʻu Farmer’s lot along the Keaʻau/Pahoa Hwy. bypass road between Keaʻau and Pahoa. Distance from Hilo: 15 miles (22 minutes by car)

Market days: Sunday between 7:00 AM and 2:00 PM

More information: https://www.makuu.org/market

Nanala Sunset Farmers Market 

Address: 16-296 Orchid Land Dr, Keaau, HI 96749

Market days: Second and fourth Monday 4-7 pm

More information: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/33972183813390


This is a good stop if you are looking for a  local (less touristy) farmers market in Hilo. The Kinoole farmers market prides itself to sell only 100% Hawaiian grown products, the best of which sell out early.  The best things sell out early so make this a stop at the start of your day if you are interested in visiting.  Directions: next to Kuwate Seed Shop, two streets Ma Kai of Puainako Town Center. 1990 Kinoole Street, Hilo, HI

Market days: Saturday between 06:00 am to 11:00 am

More information:https://kinoolefarmersmarket.wordpress.com/


The Keaukaha Panaʻewa Farmers Market is committed to helping the Panaʻewa and island community, local farmers and food providers offer fresh, Hawaiʻi grown and/or produced products. The market aims to support food and environmental sustainability and to foster a sense of community among people from diverse backgrounds.

Try to drop by if you are shopping for groceries at the shopping mall next door for a more local taste of Hawaii.

Directions: This market is located on land leased from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands along Railroad Avenue across of the Home Depot parking lot (363 Railroad Ave, Panaʻewa)

Market days: Saturday between 6:00 AM and 10:00 AM

More information: Keaukaha Panaʻewa Farmers website .


Directions: 69 Waianuenue Avenue (near The Temple and Jackie Rey’s — directly across the street from Mo’s Fish & Chips)

Market days: Friday afternoon/evening from 5pm – 8pm

More information:  Hilo Town Market website


Farmers markets near and in Volcano Village. The Kaʻu farmers market is on the road between Kona and Volcano.


Directions: 19-4030 Wright Road, Cooper Center, Volcano, HI

Market days: Sunday between 6:30 AM and 10:00 AM

More information:  Volcano Village Farmers Market


in Naʻalehu between Volcano and Kona)

Directions: The Ma Uka (mountain) side of the highway just before the 77 gas station and Bay Clinic (when coming from Hilo/volcano).

Market days: Wednesday and Saturday from 8:00 AM to noon (Wednesday is the main market day with most vendors)

More informationhttps://www.okaukakou.org/


(not a farmers market but a farm stand with locally produced produce, coffee, honey, macnuts, and chocolate)

Paradise meadows is a 75 acre farm close to the most southern point of the USA. Their farm stand is open 7 days a week from 9 AM – 5:30 PM where you can get free samples of the products in sale and also get enjoy a brief tour of the farm.

Directions: About 7/10ths of a mile down South Point rd from the turnoff at Hwy 11 (between mile markers 69 and 70)

Farm stand days: the stand is open 7 days a week from 9 AM – 5:30 PM

More information:https://www.paradisemeadows.com/


Waimea Town Market

Waimea Town Market at Parker School is home to over 50 vendors who offer a wide variety of terrific produce, food and other unique items. Please join us, talk story with our vendors, learn about their businesses and crafts, and enjoy breakfast or lunch at our picnic tables with the Mauna Kea view—where North Hawaii comes together.

Directions: Parker School  behind the Paniolo Country Inn 65-1224 Lindsey Rd, Waimea, HI 96743

Market days: Open every Saturday at  7:30 to 12:00. Live music every Saturday

More information: https://waimeatownmarket.com/

Overview of the stands at the Sunday Farmers’ Market at Hāmākua Harvest. Image credit: the Farmers market at Hamakua Harvest.


Directions: Pukalani Stables. 67-139 Pukalani Road, Kamuela, HI

Market days: Wednesday between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM

More informationhttps://www.waimeamidweekfarmersmarket.com/


Note that this is a *farm* market, not a *farmers* market. This means that you can buy farm-fresh produce from one provider (the Kekela farm) at the following two locations:

Directions: 64-604 Mana Road, Kamuela, HI 96743

Market days: Tuesday between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM at 64-604 Mana Road

Directions (2): Waimea Town Market at Parker School, Kamuela

Market days (2): Saturday between 8:00 AM and 1:00 PM

More information:https://www.kekelafarms.com/


Directions: Pukalani Stables. 67-139 Pukalani Road, Kamuela, HI

Market days: Saturday from 7:00 AM to noon

More information: https://kamuelafarmersmarket.com/


Directions: 250 Waikoloa Beach Dr, Waikoloa Village, HI 96738, USA

Market days: every Tuesday from 9 AM to 2:30 PM

More information: The Kings’ Shops weekly Farmers Market is held throughout the center and features local produce, crafts and freshly made pastries and jams.  More information at the ‘weekly events’ section of the https://kingsshops.com/


Directions: 55-514 Hawi Rd, Kapaau, HI, United States, Hawaii

Market days: every Saturday from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm at the 1Heart Hub

More information: Hawi famers market facebook page.

Honoka’a Farmers Market


The Sunday Farmers’ Market at Hāmākua Harvest offers only locally produced goods, ono food, live music and a free educational event weekly. Drink a coconut, buy a t-shirt and experience the warm hospitality of Hamakua. SNAP/EBT welcome!

Directions: At the intersection of Mamane St. and Hwy 19 in Historic Honoka’a Town

Market days: Sunday between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM

More information: https://hamakuaharvest.org/

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