June 2024 Hawaii Island Events Calendar


June 1, 2024

Ka’u Coffee Festival

Pahala Community Center

96-1149 Kamani St., Pahala, HI

11:00am to 5:00pm

Toast the roast at the 14th Ka‘u Coffee Festival, June 1 thru 8 and discover what makes the rural Ka’u area so special. Fun starts perking at the Ka’u Coffee Recipe Contest and Pa‘ina & Open House June 1 and continues with Ka’u Coffee Farm Tours June 5, Kaʻū Mountain Hike & Lunch June 6, Ka‘u Coffee & Cattle Day and Kaʻu Stargazing June 7 and the Ka‘u Coffee Ho‘olaue‘a and Coffee Experience June 8. Enjoy a full day of live music, hula, local food and crafts, educational displays, keiki activities, guided coffee tastings at the Ho‘olaue‘a. Many events are free, while others require a nominal fee and reservations. All activities feature the exceptional flavor and aroma of Ka‘u coffee and the remarkable people and special place that produces it. For more info: https://www.kaucoffeefestival.com/


June 1, 2024

Waikoloa Community Market-First Saturday of the Month

Waikaloa Plaza

68-1820 Waikoloa Rd., Waikoloa

8:00am to 12:00pm

A community market featuring a variety of vendors selling produce, prepared foods, meat, fish, baked goods, artisans and artists, plants, flowers, service organizations, small businesses, and more. A fun morning spent visiting with vendors and neighbors! For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/345910548201035/?acontext=%7B%22event_action_history%22%3A[%7B%22mechanism%22%3A%22discovery_local_tab%22%2C%22surface%22%3A%22bookmark%22%7D]%2C%22ref_notif_type%22%3Anull%7D

June 1, 2024

Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens 40th Anniversary

27-717 Old Mamalahoa Hwy, Hilo


Come down to the 4-mile scenic route in Papaikou, HI the day will be filled with giveaways and prizes! Bring your Hawai’i state issue ID for Kama’aina discount. You can also pack your lunch or have a picnic in the Garden!

Book your tickets today at HTBG.com.

June 2, 2024

King Kamehameha’s Awesome Athletes Inclusive Canoe Race

Hilo Bayfront

Hilo, HI

9:00am to 4:00pm

The 3rd Annual King Kamehameha’s Awesome Athletes Canoe Race celebrates Hawai’i’s diverse culture and community in the state’s official sport, with Hawai’i’s inclusive outrigger (wa’a) race for youth and adults with disabilities. Participant athletes compete in 6-man racing outriggers in the very waters where King Kamehameha’s warriors launched their canoes to conquer Maui. Come join us as we celebrate and cheer on the determination and capabilities of people with disabilities, who exemplify the warrior mindset of the Great King himself. Free and no experience required. For more info: http://www.hilocanoerace.com

June 7, 2024

Equality HI is proud to present Queer and Abled Hawai’i Artists Collaborative Art Exhibit

One Gallery

Hilo Bay Front

5:30pm to 7:30pm

One of two unique Equality Hi sponsored art exhibits for Pride month, Queer and Abled Hawai’i Artists Collaborative is a pioneering platform that integrates the perspectives and talents of queer and disabled artists into a tapestry of inclusive creativity, in the Puna district of Hawai‘i Island. The Equality HI Queer and Abled Hawai‘i Artists Collaborative consisted of ten artists and four artist facilitators, creating unique mixed media artwork in a two-day intensive. With partnerships from Abled Hawai’i Artists and Full Life Hawai’i, artists with disabilities were provided individual support through paid Direct Support Professionals.

One of our featured artists, Abbie Rabinowitz, Seaview Performing Arts Center & Education (She/Her) states: “People need to connect and art is the bridge for people to express themselves with others without a sense of good or bad or failure…it eliminates barriers. Being able to work on each other’s artwork and pass it around, encourage others, and invite others to work on our art…that’s unique!” “I want to continue this work in my teaching, because it breaks down barriers. I’m so glad I was invited to attend because I’m having a unique experience! Wouldn’t it be great if I approached the community as if they’re already artists and let’s do something together. I really think that is the next step…” Another featured artist, Avalon Oradea (They/Them) speaks to the creative process and learning of new techniques: “Being surrounded by other queer and also disabled artists has been really phenomenal. And then resin pouring yesterday, working with the fire, working with wood burning, these are traditions I’m not familiar with So…brain expansion! It’s been really really fun!” …” Another featured artist, Kami Carter-Sullivan (She/Her) speaks of their experience of inclusion and representation: “Having a place to meet people of the same life. They struggle the same as I have…was life-changing! These people I’m going to be friends with… a lifetime. To be able to talk to people and share ideas and be creative…it was really amazing to me. I’ll never forget it. I never thought of myself as an artist. But after this, I’m an artist, and believe that with all my heart…because of what these people showed me!”

Join Equality HI as we celebrate Pride Month, featuring queer artists and their fabulous artwork!

To RSVP or get more information on Queer and Abled Hawai’i Artists Collaborative art exhibit and other Equality Hi Pride Month 2024 events and celebrations, check out our website: https://www.equalityhi.org/…/equality-hi-queer-and-able…

June 7-10, 2024

Hawaii Kuauli Pacific & Asia Cultural Festival

King Kamehameha Kona Beach Resort

75-5660 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona, HI

4:30pm to 9:00pm

A celebration of Hawaii Island and its beauty as a cultural melting pot. This 3 day event will be packed with food, fashion, cultural expressions, keiki hula, cultural workshops and the islandʻs only Fireknife competition. The event begins Friday with the opening celebration – including protocol from the various cultures represented and a hula hoike (celebration). Saturday is filled with a wearable arts exhibit, arts & crafts and a Samoan fire knife competition. Sunday enjoy a delicious culinary experience a the Taste of Pacific & Asia. The festival is a culturally based experience for both local residents and visitors. It is organized as a combined multi generational effort including members of the community from all spheres of influence – providing them with a platform to showcase the gifts and talents of those cultures present in Hawaii. Presentations of cultural dance expression, culturally based education programs, food, music, fashion and art will be held throughout the three day event. For in-person ticket information visit: http://www.HiKuauli.com Or attend virtually at: www.HiKuauli.com

June 8, 2024

Street Eats, A Kailua Village Food Truck Festival

Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, HI 

12:00pm to 6:00pm

Held in Historic Kailua Village, Street Eats: A Kailua Village Food Truck Festival features food trucks and local food vendors from around the island. This mega-sized event takes over Historic Kailua Village and fill the Village with wafting aromas of savory goodness, local entertainment and hula as we close down Alii Drive, put up some tables and invite residents and visitors to come eat the street. Presented by Kailua Village Business Improvement District with support of the Hawaii Tourism Authority through the Community Enrichment Program. For more info contact: Laura Aquino at 8-326-7820 or kailuavillage@gmail.com

June 8, 2024


Kailua Pier


8:00am Race will begin

The Kai ‘Opua Canoe Club will host the annual Kamehameha Day canoe regatta. Canoe clubs from around Hawai‘i iisland will gather at Kailua Pier for races all through the day. Ka‘ahumanu Place will be closed on Friday at midnight, until Saturday at 6:30pm for the annual Kamehameha Day Canoe Regatta Craft Fair, which will also include a food booth. For more info email: kaiopua.org

June 8, 2024


Kuakini Highway, near the Palani Road intersection



Featuring more than 100 riders on horseback, the annual parade and ho‘olaule‘a (music and art festival) fittingly return this year on Kamehameha Day in Historic Kailua Village. Kamehameha Day is a state and county holiday established in 1871 to honor Kamehameha the Great, who united the Hawaiian Islands in 1810 and became Hawaii’s first king. He died in 1819. This year’s parade begins at Kuakini Highway, near the Palani Road intersection, and travels down Palani to Kailua pier, then southbound down Alii Drive through the village to Royal Kona Resort. Adorned in the flowers and colors of the Hawaiian Islands, pa‘u riders on horseback will represent each of the eight islands, led by their respective princesses and the pa‘u queen. The equestrian units are joined by cultural representatives, floats and other community entries. To participate in the parade, visit konaparade.org/applications. Other help needed includes volunteers to work with police officers to help secure road closures and vendors to participate in the ho‘olaulea at Hulihe‘e Palace following the parade. For more more info: konaparade.org.

June 8, 2024

Ocean Defenders Alliance Food & Wine Fundraising Event

Kona Wine Market

73-5613 Olowalu St, Ste 1, Kailua-Kona

12:30pm to 6:00pm

Ocean Defenders Alliance sponsors underwater cleanups in Kona, from Kohala to Milolii, and we are doing our first fundraising event on June 8, World Ocean Day! For more info and event tickets or to donate towards the silent auction. 808-329-9400

June 9, 2024

Keiki Market

Haili Tent Pana’ewa Park

100 Ohuohu St, Hilo

We are excited to host a very special event for the keiki entrepreneurs in our community. This will be our second outdoor market at a new venue. Great chance to get fatherʻs day gifts! There will be various keiki vendors selling a wide range of products. Come by and support the future business owners our Big Island community! 🙌🏽❤️ Free entry. For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1198149594688366?acontext=%7B%22event_action_history%22%3A[%7B%22extra_data%22%3A%22%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22unknown%22%2C%22surface%22%3A%22home%22%7D%2C%7B%22extra_data%22%3A%22%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22discovery_local_tab%22%2C%22surface%22%3A%22bookmark%22%7D%2C%7B%22extra_data%22%3A%22%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22your_upcoming_events_unit%22%2C%22surface%22%3A%22bookmark%22%7D]%2C%22ref_notif_type%22%3Anull%7D

June 9, 2024


Daifukuji Soto Mission Hall

79-7241 Mamalahoa Hwy. Honalo

8:00am to 12:00pm

This much-awaited annual event will come alive with colorful displays of flowering orchids. Cameras are welcome. This year’s focus will be highlighting creative and natural ways to mount and display orchids. Buy high-quality, locally grown orchids and hybrids. Bring your questions or ailing orchids to the “orchid doctor” for guidance. Demonstrations on how to care for your orchids will be held every half hour, starting at 8:30am. Taiko drummers will perform at 10am. Take a self-guided tour of the mission’s on-site Orchid Grotto to learn ways to harmonize and beautify a rock garden with orchids. For Orchid Club updates: www.facebook.com/orchidsinparadise

June 11, 2024


North Kohala

8:00am to 10:00am

Hawaiians set aside June 11 annually as a state holiday to honor the legacy of King Kamehameha I, who united the Hawaiian islands in 1795. As the king’s birthplace, North Kohala plays a very special role in the celebration. The original statue of King Kamehameha I, which was once thought lost at the bottom of the sea, has stood proudly in North Kohala since 1912. This year, statue decoration ceremonies will begin culminating with the King’s statue in Kapaʻau being draped with 20-foot floral and ti lei, with hula, chant, history, and music. Ceremonies include participation by the Royal Order of Kamehameha, members of the Hawaiian Civic Club and Ka’ahumanu Society. , the colorful floral parade will take place, featuring traditional Hawaiian pāʻū riders and honorees. Hoʻolauleʻa festivities will also be held in Kapaʻau’s King Kamehameha Park.

June 11, 2024

East Hawaii Women’s Network Pau Hana

Hilo Town Tavern

168 Keawe St, Hilo, HI

4:30pm to 6:30pm

We will begin with a short round table where each person will be given 1-2 minute introduction time, then we will let the networking and bonding begin! Our purpose is to: Work Together & Grow Our Network, Make New Friends, Find Mentors & Learn From One Another,Discover Opportunities & Projects to Participate In To Help Our Community! FREE to attend! For more information: easthawaiiwomensnetwork@gmail.com

June 15, 2024

Community Volunteer Day at Lokowaka Pond

Across Kalanianaole Street from Kealoha Park in Keaukaha, Hilo, HI

9:00am to 12:00pm

The Island of Hawaiʻi has lost approximately 75% of its historic low elevation wetlands due to infill and development, and much of the remaining wetland habitat is degraded by invasive non-native plants. Join our ‘ohana (family) at the ʻĀina Hoʻōla Initiative and take a hands-on role in restoring the beautiful wetlands of Keaukaha. By volunteering with us, you will not only contribute to conservation efforts but also gain a deep understanding of our unique ecosystem. You’ll see the direct impact of your work as you help native species flourish and watch our wetlands come back to life. We hope you can join us! For the complete list of upcoming volunteer days, please visit our website at https://ainahoola.org/volunteer/

June 15, 2024

The Makaha Sons

The Palace Theater

Hilo Palace Theatre, 38 Haili St, Hilo

7:00pm (Doors open at 6:00pm) Duration 120 min

The Mākaha Sons bring their iconic harmonies and joyful banter back to the historic Palace stage as part of the Hawaiian Roots concert series to benefit the Palace Theater.

$35 General Admission
$45 Priority Orchestra
*All tickets $5 more on Day of Show. All sales final. Tickets are non-refundable or transferrable. Seating is assigned for this performance, seats are selected at the time of ticket purchase. For more info: https://hilopalace.com/the-makaha-sons-2024/


June 16, 2024

Father’s Day Blues Jam at Kukuau Studio

43-D Kukuau street, Hilo

6:00pm to 9:00pm

The community has been asking and we have heard you! Enjoy a Classic Blues Jam with an all-star house band on your favorite stage in Hilo.
Featured House Band:
Dr. Jeff, Guitar, Dave Fricke, Harmonica, Dan Taylor, Drums & Percussion, Gary Kort, Keys, Perry Santoro, Bass, Bill Heideman, Drums & Percussion. Special guests. Everyone sings. Bring your axe & be ready to wail!
Free For All ages. Mahalo for your donations: www.kukuaustudio.com https://www.patreon.com/kukuaustudio https://Venmo.com/@Bub-Pratt 

June 17-21, 2024

Teen Metalsmithing-Summer Art Experience

Donkey Mill Art Center

78-6670 Mamalahoa Hwy, Holualoa

10:00am to 3:00pm

ʻO ka makamae a mālama ʻia
The Precious and Protected

Imagine you are a great winged creature soaring above our island of Hawaiʻi, of lands untouched by humans. Stretches of barren lava, dark oceans of aʻa and pahoehoe for as far as the eyes can see. In the distance, islands of ancient forests emerge as olivine gems, an oasis, a kipuka.

In this 5-day metalsmithing session with artist Theresa Lovering-Brown, students will explore kipuka through the lens of ʻohana or family. Sessions are designed for students to acquire the fundamentals to metalsmithing, working with nonferrous metal sheet and wire, along with the vocabulary of metalsmithing. Students will learn to identify qualities of various metals, measure, mark and transfer designs onto their metal and saw out shapes using a jewelers’ saw. We will then explore textures and add dimension by doming and forming flat sheet. By the third session, cold connections are introduced, allowing you to join elements together with wire and tube rivets. In our final session, students will “antique” their pieces with natural patinas, and learn to make their own jewelry findings to complete their wearable pieces. This experience will culminate in a student share out and discussion with other age groups in the Summer Art Experience program. For more info: https://donkeymillartcenter.org/event/?event=5507


June 19, 2024

FEE FREE DAY at Volcanoes National Park

In honor of the Juneteenth holiday, there will be no entrance fees to Volcano National Park. For more info: Website

June 22, 2024

Whatever, Heather

Hilo Town Tavern

168 Keawe St, Hilo, HI

8:00pm to 10:00pmAre you ready for some face melting live rockNroll? Everything from early 70’s rock to present! Come early grab some Ono grinds, a drink and get ready for World-class vocalist from  Shaye Fenholt Leeper and the band, guaranteed to rock your world.Check out their music on FB and Insta @Whatever,Heather or their promo vid at: https://www.facebook.com/share/v/TxJTpnkNSqzae5M9/

June 25, 2024

Pahoa Keiki-Penur with Live Music

15-2942 Pahoa Village Rd, Pahoa

9:00am to 3:00pm

We’re excited to announce our first Pahoa Keiki Market! A great opportunity for keiki to shine and have hands on experience of running a business, interacting with customers and counting money. For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1553337001891447?acontext=%7B%22event_action_history%22%3A[%7B%22mechanism%22%3A%22discovery_local_tab%22%2C%22surface%22%3A%22bookmark%22%7D]%2C%22ref_notif_type%22%3Anull%7D

June 29, 2024

Hilo Pride Festival

Mo’Oheau Bandstand

219 Punahele St, Hilo


After much thought and debate the Hawai‘i Island LGBTQ+ board has decided to focus all of our time and energy into the Pride Festival this year to be held at the Mo’oheu Bandstand. Not having a parade this year was not the easiest decision to make but rest assured the parade will be back in the future and there will be ways to showcase our pride and community throughout pride month and at the festival. We welcome any thoughts or input here or you can email hawaiiislandlgbtqpride@gmail.com. For more info: https://www.facebook.com/HawaiiIslandLGBTQPride/

June 29, 2024

MIC’HI Youth 17 & Under Volley Ball Tournament

New Pahoa Gym

15-3000-15-2991 Pahoa Village Rd, Pahoa

8:00am to 8:00pm

Parents & coaches get your teams ready & register them in the comment section below. Parents/Coaches if you have any questions, message us. For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/982062506656345/?active_tab=discussion

June 30, 2024

EQHI All Ages “Ohana BBQ & Potluck”

Moku Ola (Coconut Island), Hilo

12:00pm to 6:00pm

Join Equality HI for a fun filled day! We’ll have a couple of canopies for shade, a barbecue pit, good music, and fun! We will be providing hot dogs and hamburgers.

Don’t forget to bring your reef-safe sunscreen, your camping chair(s), and your most awesome water toys! Remember to keep glass containers away from the water, and help us to keep the area clean. Feel free to invite your friends! We hope to see you there!

★★★ Please RSVP to coordinate bringing your potluck dish or snack for the party! ★★★
Open to all; RSVP: https://www.equalityhi.org/…/eqhi-all-ages-ohana-bbq...

Hawaii Island has some great events coming up!

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

The event calendar for Hawaii Island is sponsored by the 365Hawaii Group of REAL Broker. 

Team members are Julie and Eric Ziemelis, Realtors and founders of 365Hawaii YouTube channel, the 365Kona Newbies Group, Hilo Newbies Group and Kohala Newbies Group. Our focus is making Big Island a better place to live by creating community and opportunities for Aloha.

Thinking of buying real estate or just learning more about purchasing a home? Join our 365Ohana! or email Julie at Julie@Ziemelis.com

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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