Author 09-28-2016

Fall is in the
air… Which in Hawaii means that the sun is shining and a refreshing breeze is
blowing in from the ocean. October is as beautiful a time as any to be
on-island, and with Halloween around the corner, everyone is making plans. For
many, this means planning a costume for Oahu’s biggest Halloween party,


This legendary
Honolulu party is the biggest on the block. Beginning at 4:30 pm and stretching
into the wee hours of the morning, this event packs the downtown and Chinatown
areas of Honolulu with characters of every kind. The street festival is based
at the Hawaii State Art Museum and stretches into the surrounding streets of Hotel
Street and Richards Street, and later in the night spans through Chinatown and
out to Aloha Tower.


Locals and
tourists alike can be found in costume at this celebration, which includes all
the best of Honululu: great food, music and art, as well as wild costumes and
tons of fun. The festival ends at 10:00 pm, but the party continues with Club
Hallowbaloo, which lasts from 9:00 pm – 2:00 am. Guests pay one cover charge
for 10 clubs between Aloha Tower Marketplace and Chinatown. Honolulu’s most
popular eateries will be featured throughout the festival, as well as musical
artists such as headliner Erykah Badu, D Sharp, Tavana, And DJ Mr. Nick, just
to name a few. Complimentary trolley services will be available. Please visit http://hallowbaloo.com/2016/ for more
information and various ticket prices, and don’t miss the biggest Halloween
party on the island!




For any
questions about Waikiki vacation rentals, please contact Marina Hawaii
Vacations and an agent would be happy to assist you. We can be reached at
808-946-0716 or info@marinahawaiivacations.com



Susie Bowman