Oahu Events in March 2022 - 2023

Events & Festivals on the Island of Oahu

2023 Events and Festivities

Events for Oahu in March 2023 will be posted in the coming weeks. Typically, we'll update this page about six to eight weeks before the month in question. Below, you can review a summary of what happened within the last 12-18 months, as many of these Hawaii events are held annually.

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2022 Events and Festivities

The month of March is a lively time to visit Oahu, despite not being the official “busy” season. Restrictions related to COVID-19 continue to lift, and more and more events are being scheduled as they once would have been. However, the pandemic is by no means over, and organizers are still exercising caution - meaning events are subject to cancellation. We still recommend continually checking as dates approach.

With that being said, as of right now, there’s much to be excited about on the near horizon. Here’s a guide to some of the coolest events and festivals coming to Oahu in March 2022.

Hapa Symphony

A collaboration between the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra and other celebrated Hawaiian musicians and guest conductors, this four-part concert series is set to debut in mid-March at the historic Hawaii Theatre in downtown Honolulu. If you love music, this looks bound to be one of the most culturally rich events of the year.

When: March 18th, 7:30PM - 9:30PM
Where: Hawaii Theatre
More Info: https://www.myhso.org/concerts/hapasymphony-featuring-hawaii-calls

3rd Annual Island Springtacular

Held at the Windward Mall in Kaneohe, this craft/music/food festival is an excellent place to find gifts to bring back home. Admission is free and, being in a mall, parking is easy too. You’ll also hear live Hawaiian music throughout and have the opportunity to participate in numerous giveaways and specials.

When: March 11th, 3PM - 8PM; March 12th, 10AM - 7PM
Where: Windward Mall
More Info: https://islandcraftfairs.org/

Stars of American Ballet

Fans of ballet are in for a treat this March in Honolulu. Created by New York City Ballet’s Daniel Ulbricht, an internationally renowned ballet star, this world-class performance will be held at the same iconic theater as HapaSymphony just a week prior.

When: March 12th, 7:30PM
Where: Hawaii Theatre
More Info: https://www.hawaiitheatre.com/events/stars-of-american-ballet/

Vietnam Veterans Day Parade

The federal holiday of Veterans Day is in November; however this is not to be confused with Vietnam Veterans Day, which happens in late March.

On Oahu, the holiday is commemorated by a large-scale parade starting at Fort DeRussy in Waikiki. Vietnam veterans are expected to travel from far and wide to attend. JROTC units from the continental US and high school bands/choirs will also be in attendance.
 
When: March 29th, 6PM - 8PM
Where: Fort DeRussy
More Info: https://www.historicprograms.org/

Taste of Mililani

If local flavors are your thing, you’ll definitely want to visit Taste of Mililani at Mililani High School on March 25th. Admission is free, parking is easy, and proceeds go directly to the high school. You’ll not only find tons of snacks for dessert and dinner, but you’ll also find locally made jewelry, apparel, art, and more.

When: March 25th, 5PM - 9PM
Where: Mililani High School
More Info: https://islandcraftfairs.org/

Whether it's food, art, live music, or some combination of all of the above which you’re on the hunt for, Oahu is set to be a boon this March. We hope you find this introduction helpful. Mahalo and best wishes for your visit!

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