Trendy fashion shows. Ono-licious food trucks. Live music performances. As far as block parties go, Honolulu Night Market is one of the biggest and arguably coolest events in town! There is no event entry fee, but attendees are asked to register online at www.ourkakaako.com/hnm.
Our Kaka‘ako welcomes the much-anticipated return of the Honolulu Night Market on Saturday, June 25, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Keawe St. and Auahi St. The family-friendly event will feature an array of local food vendors and Hawai‘i artists and artisans, a fashion show, live music, a breakdancing competition, indoor soccer demonstrations and more! Market goers are encouraged to grab a bite, shop, hang out, and support local.
“Our Kaka‘ako is a special community that inspires and celebrates entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity,” said Gary Evora, Kamehameha Schools commercial real estate senior asset manager. “The last Honolulu Night Market was held two years ago right before the pandemic. We’re looking forward to safely bringing our community back together for a fun night outdoors while supporting our tenants, artists, and entrepreneurs. We’re especially excited to welcome our presenting sponsor, Shaka by CPB, which shares our passion for helping local small businesses thrive.”
More than 50 local food and retail vendors will offer a wide selection of island cuisine and handmade crafts alongside a fun lineup of live entertainment and activities.
Entertainment and Activities
There is no event entry fee, but attendees are asked to register online on the event webpage at www.ourkakaako.com/hnm, where the latest information on the night’s activities and vendors can also be found.
Honolulu Night Market: Summer Kickoff is hosted by Shaka by Central Pacific Bank and sponsored in part by the Kaiāulu ‘o Kaka‘ako Owners Association, Hawaiian Electric, and Pacific Media Group. Parking will be available at the SALT at Our Kaka‘ako parking garage at 333 Keawe Street and The Flats at Pu‘unui parking garage at 440 Keawe Street. Additional parking will be available at the Waterfront Plaza parking garage at 500 Ala Moana Blvd. See the event webpage for details.
To read more about KS’ commercial real estate initiatives, please visit the KS Commercial Real Estate website.
Kamehameha Schools is transforming Kaka‘ako from an industrial zone to an urban-island neighborhood bordered by Ala Moana Boulevard, Halekauwila Street, South Street and Ward Avenue. The community is rooted in authenticity, creativity, and cultural responsibility, and like all KS commercial projects, its income supports the trust’s educational mission. Learn more at ourkakaako.com.