Honolulu Night Market Presented By American Savings Bank – June 8, 2024

Saturday, June 8, 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Our Kakaʻako (The Barn, Auahi St., Keawe St. and Coral St.)


On Saturday, June 8, 2024, Honolulu Night Market Presented by American Savings Bank drew more than 30,000 people to Our Kaka‘ako for Hawai‘i’s largest and most iconic street festival featuring food, shopping and a dynamic celebration of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander cultures. With more than 80 local food, retail and nonprofit vendors as well as two beer gardens, Honolulu Night Market lit up the Our Kaka‘ako neighborhood along Keawe Street, Auahi Street, Coral Street and inside The Barn at SALT at Our Kaka‘ako with a smorgasbord for the senses. The festivities showcased the best of urban island living as Our Kaka‘ako marks its 15th anniversary and looks ahead to continued growth.

Ho‘oulu Lāhui: Regenerating Oceania

In partnership with the 13th Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC), this edition of Honolulu Night Market showcased five hours of entertainment across two stages by FestPAC delegations from Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. FestPAC is the biggest celebration of indigenous Pacific Islanders, uniting artists, cultural practitioners, scholars, officials, and the public from the Pacific and beyond. Since 1972, various Pacific nations have hosted FestPAC every four years, serving as a key platform for cultural preservation, innovation, and diplomacy.

On the Main Stage at the corner of Coral Street and Auahi Street, audiences enjoyed fashion shows and live mele from the Cook Islands, Palau, Fiji, and American Sāmoa. Kaloko‘eli Courtyard Stage next to HMart Kaka‘ako was packed all night as enthralled attendees cheered live performances by heritage dance groups from American Sāmoa, Tokelau, the Cook Islands, Palau, and Tonga featuring traditional and contemporary styles. A heartfelt mahalo nui loa to PA‘I Foundation for providing the Hawaiian opening protocol for the evening, unifying all of us in the shared purpose of coming together for an unforgettable celebration of culture and our community.

June 8, 2024 • Honolulu Night Market Facts
Number of attendees: 30K+
Number of food vendors: 38
Number of pop-up shops:
Number of partners/sponsors:

Buy Local with American Savings Bank

Our Kaka‘ako was thrilled to welcome American Savings Bank as the presenting sponsor for the Honolulu Night Market. ASB has been serving Hawai‘i’s businesses and communities for nearly 100 years. Recognized as a “Best Bank in Hawai‘i” by Forbes, ASB provides easy and convenient banking solutions to help make dreams possible. Since 1925, ASB has been committed to bringing real impact to the community and continues to support family-friendly events such as Our Kaka‘ako’s Keiki Street Festival and Honolulu Night Market.

At Honolulu Night Market, ASB not only provided fun activities and engaging giveaways, but also featured nine merchants from the ASB “Buy Local Program.” Drincup, Aloha Donut, Tatsuo, Sweet Revenge, Honolulu Burger, Kapa Hale, Neko Koneko, Sage Creamery, and Cafe Julia offered a wide variety of Hawai‘i’s best food and beverages to satisfy the sweet and savory cravings of Night Market attendees. 

Mākeke Pasifika Features Artisans, Crafters and Cultural Organizations

For the first time, Honolulu Night Market featured a cultural marketplace called Mākeke Pasifika (The Pacific Market) in The Barn at SALT at Our Kaka‘ako. Partner organizations including Bishop Museum, Poi for the People, Ho‘oulu Punalu‘u, Surfrider Foundation Hawai‘i, and INPEACE provided demonstrations and immersive activities for attendees to learn ulana lau hala, how to start their own māla to grow Hawai‘i’s ancestral foods, how to play a traditional Pacific Islander game, and more.

Lively Entertainment, Insta Worthy Moments and Giveaways Galore

Main Stage host Carly Young of @destash_hawaii brought her comedic flair and hometown pride to the event. Attendees were able to partake in two different photo ops, including the Polaroid photo wall at Waiākea Hawaiian Volcanic Water’s booth and the Looopsiebooth in The Barn at SALT featuring an exclusive Honolulu Night Market photo strip design. There were multiple opportunities throughout the night to win $100 gift cards from 604 Hospitality Group, valid for use at all six of their locations across O‘ahu including Restaurant 604, Mangiamo by 604, 604 Clubhouse, 60FORE Bar & Grill, 604 Ale House, and Beach House by 604.

See You in November 2024 When Honolulu Night Market Returns!

For many years, Honolulu Night Market has been one of our community’s signature events for the entire ‘ohana. It embodies so much of what people love about Our Kaka‘ako, showcasing local artists and entrepreneurs, ‘ono food, and exciting nightlife. Mahalo to our partners, sponsors, vendors, and kaiāulu for their continued support. We look forward to bringing back this beloved event on November 2, 2024!

Mahalo to Our Sponsors and Partners!

Tags: Featured Event, Honolulu Night Market

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