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Shop, Sip and Socialize at Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu’s Moonlight Market

(Sponsored) Four Seasons O‘ahu welcomes you to the resort’s spring Moonlight Market this Saturday, March 23, from 5–8 p.m.



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Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu

Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu

 

Enjoy an extraordinary evening of shopping, sips and socializing into the sunset and under the stars. This free curated event features an array of bespoke artists and exhibitors showcasing their authentic local products, all capturing a deep sense of place here in Hawai‘i. From art, jewelry, apparel, home decor and gourmet items, find the perfect gifts created by O‘ahu’s best collection of local artists and artisans.

 

Vendors:

  1. KoHana Rum

  2. Kapa Kava

  3. Red Pineapple

  4. Lyfted Hawaii

  5. Hapa Hawaiian Salts

  6. Keiki Elements

  7. Green Tea Leaves

  8. Lauren Brown

  9. Kolea Designs

  10. Beachwalk Beauty Bar

  11. Shop Moku

  12. Caprice  

  13. The Mermaids Mirror

  14. m33mS Designs

  15. Lolii Swimwear

  16. Beachwalk Gallery

  17. Haaheo Hawaiian

  18. Ola Collective

  19. Kris Goto

  20. Alinea Jewelry

  21. Boa Hawaii

  22. Punky Aloha

  23. Heritage Trading Co.

  24. Indah Designs

  25. T. Rose Swimwear

  26. Steven Kean *may need power

  27. Isla The Shop

  28. Wild Craft Herbs

  29. Christian Bendo

  30. Naupaka Spa  

  31. Piiali Lawson

  32. Found Woodworking

  33. Juna and Ingrid

  34. Lavender Bake Shoppe

  35. Lilikoi Brazil 

  36. Hiilani Hawaii

 

Moonlight Market will also feature craft cocktail and culinary samplings by Four Seasons chefs from Mina’s Fish House, La Hiki Kitchen, Noe Italian, and executive pastry chef Helen Hong. 

 

Located at Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina, Ocean Lawn. Saturday, March 23, 5–8 p.m. Validated parking available. Free admission—tickets available on Eventbrite and Facebook Events.

 

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