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

Here is the compete guide to Hallowbaloo.


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FREE TROLLEY SERVICE

Left the car at home? Didn’t find close parking? No worries. Hop on the complimentary trolley service to make your way around the Hallowbaloo Festival. The trolley will run from 8 to 11 p.m., circling around the festival, and will make stops at the following locations:

 

  • Intersection of Hotel and Alakea streets

  • Intersection of Hotel Street and Nu‘uanu Avenue

 

WHERE TO FIND PARKING

 

 

Ali‘i Place Parking Lot, 1099 Alakea St.

$3 flat rate after 5 p.m., no curfew

 

Bishop Square Parking Lot, 1050 Alakea St.

$5, 24-hour flat rate, no curfew

 

Executive Centre Parking Lot, 1000 Bishop St.

$4, 24-hour flat rate, no curfew

 

Chinatown Gateway Plaza, 1051 Bethel St.

$3 flat rate, midnight curfew

 

Marks Garage, 19 Chaplain Lane

$12 flat rate, 2 a.m. curfew

 

For more information on parking, click here.

 

Hallowbaloo Music & Arts Festival, various locations around Chinatown and the Capitol District. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

 

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