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The Best Upcoming Big Island Events: Friday June 7 to Thursday June 13

Aloha Big Island Pulse readers! How has summer been treating you all so far? Make sure to share your summer stories on our social media pages, and let us know what great events you have in store for this week. 

And if you have some events to share, make sure to add them to our event calendar. It’s FREE (Mahalo to our partners in the sidebar to your right or at the bottom on mobile) try our calendar now! CLICK HERE!

At Big Island Pulse we are all about supporting our local community, and would love to highlight your events. Reach out to us and let us know what fun things you have planned for our Big Island people. Tag us on social @bigislandpulse.

In the meantime – don’t miss out on these happenings this coming week! 

7th annual Hawai‘i Kuauli Pacific & Asia Cultural Festival (Fri., June 7-9; Kona) Head to the island’s westside and enjoy a celebration of Hawai’i Island and its beauty as a cultural melting pot. This 3-day event will be packed with fashion, food, cultural expressions, a hula hō’ike, a fireknife competition, a culinary event and so much more! Learn more here

G1 Vapes 1st Anniversary Bash (Fri., June 7; 6:30 pm-12:30 am, Kona): Ready to start the weekend out with some music? Good idea. Head down to G1 Vapes in Kona for the 1st Anniversary Bash at KBXTREME. Music includes: Ka’ikena Scanlan, Sudden Rush, Loeka Longakit, Damon Williams, Star of The Steppas, Media music, Positive Motion, Kenny T, Mike Ioane and CJ Kama. Learn more here.

Eagles Aerie Kea’au After Party Band (Sat., June 8; from 6-9pm, Kea’au: More music coming for you this weekend. Head to 16-111 Opukahaiai St. and listen to some Rock n’ Roll. There will be a $10 cover. 

World Oceans Day  (Sat., June 8; from 10am-2pm, Kalākaua Park): Join the Downtown Hilo Museum Square (East Hawai‘i Cultural Center, Hawai‘i Science and Technology Museum, Mokupāpapa Discovery Center, and Pacific Tsunami Museum) for the 3rd annual World Ocean Day event. This is a free family-friendly event aimed at highlighting our kuleana (our responsibility) to care for our oceans, conservation-related issues, and celebrating our oceans. Learn more here.

Taste of Pacific & Asia (Sun., June 9;  11 am, Kona): Head to the King Kamehameha Kona Beach Resort for an evening of great food and fun with the Taste of Pacific & Asia event. Tickets are $100 for VIP and $145 for general admission. Learn more here.

Keiki Market (Sun., June 9; 10 am-3pm, Pana’ewa Park):  Grab the family and head out to Haili Tent in Pana’ewa Park for the 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. Learn more on FB here

Monday Night Jazz at the Kukuau Studio (Mon., June 10; 6pm-9pm, Hilo): It’s that time of the week again! If you’re in Hilo, head down to the wonderful Kukuau Studio for an all-inclusive Jazz Jam band. Learn more here

Keiki Camp (Mon., June 10; 12pm-5pm, Hilo):  It’s summer and you know that means? Time for activities for the keiki. Take the kids down to Big Island Climbing for some healthy action. Tickets are $5 per hour for members and $10 per hour for non members. Learn more here

Ho’oulu Community Farmers and Artisans Market  (Wed., June 12; 9 am-2pm, Kona) Shop local each Wednesday and Friday at this westside artisan market! By supporting and purchasing from one of the ‘ohana vendors at the Big Island Market, you support local farmers, artisans, crafters and families. Learn more here

Paint-n-Sip fundraising event at My Bar Kona (Thur., June 13; 730pm, Kona):This event will be guided by Executive Director Jefferson Gourley and features a painting of a Polynesian voyaging canoe silhouette on the horizon at sunset. Tickets are $50 and include art supplies and a beverage from the bar. Proceeds from this event go to supporting Resilience, Enrichment, Advocacy, and Developmental services for Youth in West Hawaii. Learn more here


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