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FOUR FALL FESTIVALS TO VISIT IN HAWAII

As if you ever need to be convinced to take a vacation to the magical islands of Hawaii, you should know that the month of September is an extra amazing time to visit the Aloha State. September brings less crowds, consistently gorgeous weather and, most importantly, some of the best Hawaiian hotel deals of the year! While you’re there, check out these four must-see festivals in Hawaii during September:

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As if you ever need to be convinced to take a vacation to the magical islands of Hawaii, you should know that the month of September is an extra amazing time to visit the Aloha State. September brings less crowds, consistently gorgeous weather and, most importantly, some of the best Hawaiian hotel deals of the year! While you’re there, check out these four must-see festivals in Hawaii during September:


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2nd Annual Hawaii Food & Wine Festival on Oahu

When: September 6-9

What: A 4-day culinary extravaganza featuring best of the best Pacific Rim cuisine and a whole lot of farm to table freshness! Enjoy delicious events like the Makahiki Festival which celebrates harvest season and the future of Hawaii’s sustainable cuisine with 60 celebrity chefs from Hawaii, the US and the Pacific. Evening events are held at these favorite Oahua properties: Halekulani, The Modern, Aulani, A Disney Resort, JW Ihilani and the Hyatt Regency Waikiki.

 

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Westin Princeville Jazz and Wine Festival on the island of Kauai

When: September 22

What: The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort becomes the site of fabulous jazz performances and culinary creations at this third annual food and wine festival. Come celebrate for a good cause with a silent auction benefiting the Kaua’i Lifeguard Association.


Fruit and Berries Food Festival

Taste of the Hawaiian Range culinary showcase on Hawaii Island

When: September 21

What: An entire festival to celebrate meat? Sound delish? Well it is. The Hilton Waikola hosts a flurry of Hawaiian ranchers, farmers restaurateurs and tourists as they dine on delectable creations prepared from grass-fed beef, pork, lamb and wild boar. Not to worry vegetarians, there will also be a bountiful selection of vegetables and fruit to sample.

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Annual Richard Hoopii Falsetto Contest on the island of Maui

When: September 15

What: Falsetto, also known in Hawaiian as leo ki’eki’e, evolved from ancient Hawaiian tradition and has become a quintessential sound of Hawaiian music. This festival showcases some of the most talented falsetto singers along with cultural demonstrations, craft booths and activities for the kids. Just follow the beautiful sounds to the Salon Ballroom at the stunning Ritz-Carlton Kapalua.

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