Here are all the best Halloween events in Hawaii for a spooky, good time.
One of the top haunted spots in the country, Haunted Plantation is perfect for islanders who love a good scare. This walk-through attraction will get your heart racing as you encounter spooky sound effects, actors in professional horror makeup and costumes, genuine frights and more. Don’t miss your chance to get your adrenaline pumping and come face-to-face with evil spirits and other creepy creatures at this haunted attraction. Oct. 14-31, Hawaii's Plantation Village, 94-695 Waipahu St., Waipahu
Music, delicious food, and Halloween decorations await for you. Don't forget to take a knife to carve a funny or scary face. Plus, catch a Flick-or-Treat Drive-In Movie. Stay tuned for ways to support our ongoing Kokua for Maui relief efforts during the 11th annual Great Pumpkin Festival weekend. Oct. 20-21, Holy Nativity School, East Honolulu
Another hot spot for the spookiest day of the year—Kalakaua Avenue is a great destination for your Halloween festivities. Observe other islanders’ spooktacular costumes and enjoy the carnival games, costume contest, pumpkin carving contest, haunted trail, and an overall night of fun on the rooftop of the Hawaii Convention Center. Oct. 27, 4-10 p.m., 1808 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu
Located in Honolulu’s Historic Chinatown District, the Hallowbaloo Music & Arts Festival is the perfect place to get spooky this Halloween. Full of live music, delicious treats, art, entertainment and more, this festive street extravaganza gets everyone in the spirit before they set off to trick-or-treat. And for adults who don’t have to tuck their little trick-or-treaters into bed after the festivities conclude, there are parties at clubs in Chinatown and Aloha Tower Marketplace where celebrations will continue. Oct. 30, Chinatown Arts District, Honolulu
Keiki dressed in their favorite costume are invited to celebrate Halloween at Ala Moana Center for Trick-or-Treating, where more than 60 merchants throughout the center will hand out candy and other sweet surprises. In addition, keiki are welcome to celebrate with fun festivities in the `Ewa Wing Court to take photos in front of multiple spooky-themed selfie walls, receive an exciting creation by balloon twisters from Adventure Balloons, and join the bubble-filled dance party hosted by The Hawaii DJ. Oct. 31, 4-7 p.m., Ala Moana Center
Cascaded across 52 acres of Honolulu farmland, plump pumpkins and blooming sunflowers give all the fall feels at Waimanalo Country Farms. This autumnal paradise will host its Fall Harvest Festival through Nov. 20, giving visitors the opportunity to feed animals, sip on fresh lemonade, go pumpkin-picking and more. There’s no better way to get in the Halloween spirit than by joining in this drive-thru event in the beautiful farmlands of Honolulu. 41-225 Lupe St., Waimanalo
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