Hallowbaloo Music and Arts Festival Guide: Everything You Need to Know

Here is the compete guide to Hallowbaloo.


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PHOTOS: COURTESY OF HALLOWBALOO BY JOE MARQUEZ

 

1. Come Early

Entertainment will begin right from the get-go, and you can grab dinner at any of the vendors mentioned on the previous page.

 

2. Attend the kickoff

If you’re dying to start the festivities, check out the Hallowbaloo Kick-Off Concert on Friday, Oct. 30 at the Hawai‘i Theatre Center. TE VAKA, a high-energy, Polynesian-rock fusion band, will be performing that night to kick off the Hallowbaloo fun.

TE VAKA at the Hawai‘i Theatre Center, Oct. 30, 7:30 p.m., tickets are $27–$97, buy your tickets here.

 

3. Dress up

 

Thousands of people pass through Hallowbaloo each year, many of them wearing their own one-of-a-kind creations. So come prepared in a costume.

 

SEE ALSO: 5 Budget-Friendly Halloween Costume Stores Around O‘ahu and 5 Ways to Make Up a Killer Costume 

 

4. Continue the party

The third annual Hallowbaloo Kanikapila will feature music by Ron Artis II & Thunderstorm and The Infamous Bourbon Boys. Wind-down, relax and share stories from your all-nighter.

Grass lawn adjacent to Kapi‘olani Park Bandstand, Nov. 1, 3 to 6 p.m., free and all ages.

 

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