Beloved Made in Hawaii New Format
Traditionally held over Statehood Day Weekend, the Made in Hawaii Festival initially began as an incubator to help local small businesses showcase their products. Today, it not only continues to provide businesses an opportunity to market their products, but also a family friendly way for local residents and visitors to discover Hawaii’s talented entrepreneurs.
Not only does the festival aim to bring more support to a variety of local products and businesses, it also celebrates Hawaii’s history and culture. Throughout the three-day event, local celebrity chefs will host live demonstrations on how to prepare some of their Hale Aina Award-winning dishes. Na Hoku Hanohano Award winning entertainers will also make special guest appearances for live entertainment.
While the festival is held annually on the island of Oahu at the Neal Blaisdell Center, it will move to a virtual format allowing visitors from across the world to peruse the numerous products on display. More than 200 exhibitors feature everything from food and books to jewelry and art.
Seeing that the format is still, the details of the event are still pending and are scheduled to be released as they are made available.
Made in Hawaii Festival Details
Dates: Friday – Sunday, August 21-23, 2020
Time: To be announce
Cost: Free to stream
The Made in Hawaii Festival is open to all with a mix of established and rising businesses on show. The full vendor list can be viewed online.
- Allison Izu, LLC
- AVANTI DESIGNS
- Hawaii Doggie Bakery
- Hawaiian Chip Company
- Hawaiian Sun Products
- Momo Terrascapes
- Rix Island Wear
- Solid Hawaii
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