Celebrate Independence Day with lots of fanfare, magnificent fireworks shows and several patriotic celebrations in Hawaii. Enjoy 4th of July Fireworks in Oahu, Maui, Kauai & Big Island. Here is the detailed list of places to watch 4th of July Fireworks in Hawaii:
Oahu Fireworks & Celebrations
Ala Moana Beach Park Fireworks
Relax on the beach and witness Hawaii’s largest fireworks show at Ala Moana Beach Park in Honolulu. It is one of the finest firework shows in the country. Entertainment starts live at 12 p.m. and the spectacular fireworks start at 8:30 pm. It presents a synchronized soundtrack with famous songs from the past 60 years. Come & enjoy this great show!
Kailua Beach is famous for its remarkable fireworks display on 4th of July and it has been going on for over 60 years. Both residents and visitors have been entertained with this fireworks show. There is also a twilight air show that features aerobatic performances. A skydiving show has been added by the community this year. It will begin at 6 pm and the fireworks will start at 8 pm.
Maui Fireworks & Celebrations
Lahaina’s Independence Day celebration starts at 10 a.m. Witness an old-fashioned Fourth of July celebration as you stroll historic Lahaina. Various bands are present to entertain during the day and the night celebrations will start at 8 pm with a fireworks display from an offshore barge off of Front Street.
Kauai Fireworks & Celebrations
This annual fireworks show is free of cost. It is conducted at 10 am on the west side of the island in Kekaha. The celebrations include cultural demonstrations, exhibits, crafts, keiki activities, food and more. Fireworks start after it gets dark and continues for a complete day.
Kauai Hospice presents the largest display of fireworks on the island. It begins with their annual Concert in the Sky. The event begins at Vidinha Stadium. Live music, games for all ages and delicious food are included in this. Kauai Hospice has something for everyone.
Big Island Fireworks & Celebrations
Kona July 4th Parade & Fireworks over Kailua Bay
Here, the festivities start with a parade at about 6 pm. You can watch the parade along Ali’i Drive if you reached early to score a great spot.
Waikoloa Beach Resort July 4th Fireworks & Events
At Waikoloa, the King’s and Queen’s Shops Beach Resort are hosting numerous family-friendly events for the holiday of 4th of July. The celebrations begin at 10 am and continue till 6 pm. There is also a fundraiser, the 28th Annual Waikoloa Rubber Duckie Race, for the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii which starts at 3 p.m. Queens’ MarketPlace hosts live entertainment, face painting, cotton candy and popcorn at the Coronation Pavillon which begins at 2 pm. The Waikoloa fireworks start at 8 pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Turtle Independence Day Celebration at Mauna Lani Bay
There are no fireworks at Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows. However, there are lots of happy honu gaining their independence every Fourth of July. Juvenile honu, Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles reach Mauna Lani from Oahu’s Sea Life Park, and they are nurtured in the hotel’s saltwater ponds. The honu is raised until they are ready to be released into the wild and this happens every July 4th at the ocean’s edge fronting the hotel. The honu will be collected at 10:30 a.m this year from the Honu Ponds and will be taken to the beachfront and released. Entertainment will be live, Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles will be displayed for educational purposes and there will be 4th of July fare available for purchase. We suggest guests that they reach two hours early for parking.
Hilo Bay Blast Fireworks & Celebrations
A complete day of fun, games, cook-offs, music and more celebrations for July 4th will start t Hilo Bayfront. The festivities will kick off with a “Salute to Our Veterans” 5K Run/Walk. There will be a performance of the Hawaii County Band at Mo’oheau Park at 7 pm. The big fireworks show over the bay will begin at 8 pm per Hawaii County.
Enjoy the Fireworks Shows in Hawaii
The sight of fireworks displayed over the magnificent Pacific Ocean is a beautiful sight to behold. Independence Day is a great time to visit Hawaii irrespective of which island you plan to visit as there are lots of 4th of July celebrations scheduled this year. Book your Hawaii tours now!