Get ready to shop at Honolulu Night Market with these beach-inspired vendors! Local Waialua shop, Tasi Boutique focuses on handmade accessories and seashell jewelry that’s locally made.
Bridging the gap between streetwear and more relaxed island wear is Vermilli. With their comfortable apparel made from the softest fabrics, the brand is 100% designed and manufactured in Hawaii.
Finally, get beach-ready with the bright and fun suits from Southern California swim line, Lolli. The collection is full of girly details like bow-back bottoms and flirty cuts, plus they’ll be selling their cute girls swim line as well.
We’re glad to be back after a quick hiatus in January and the Main Stage is looking great for next weekend! With a newly opened shop in Kaka’ako, Illest Hawaii will grace the Main Stage during the fashion show with their brand’s unique apparel along with Puffer Hawaii. As always, we’ve got live music throughout the night; check out the line-up below.
This month, The Art Of Futsol returns to Honolulu Night Market on Saturday, February 15th.
We have teamed up with Paradise Soccer Club and In4mation to bring you another epic futsol event at Honolulu Night Market in Our Kakaako.
So What Exactly Is Futsol?
Check it out for yourself.
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It’s a Block Party! Mark your calendars and join us for a special February edition of Honolulu Night Market!
Saturday, February 15th | 6 to 11pm | 683 Auahi Street in Our Kaka’ako
In celebration of a week-long art event that brought over a hundred international and local artist to Our Kaka‘ako, POW! WOW! Hawaii and Honolulu Night Market have partnered to bring Hawai‘i a night inspired by the arts.
Auahi Street will be blocked off from Keawe to Lana Lane and brought to life with live art jam sessions by international and local artists, food trucks to satisfy any craving, a fashion show inspired by POW! WOW! Hawaii’s urban culture, and musical performances by local artist, DJ’s and the POW! WOW! Hawaii School of Music.
Other event highlights include:
Honolulu Night Market goers will be able to purchase a piece of POW! WOW! Hawaii through limited edition art brought in personally by the international artists. Shopping will also be available in the Pinch of Salt Warehouse, featuring unique vendors like Andy South, Homecoming, and Salt + Sand.
When: SATURDAY, Feb 15, from 6:00 p.m. to close
Where: 683 Auahi Street – In the heart of Our Kaka‘ako
In POW! WOW! Hawaii tradition, a live mural painted by multiple POW! WOW! Hawaii artists will be blacked out at the end of the night. Representing that nothing is permanent and we must appreciate what we have, while we still have it.
Performances by Architect By Day, Robin Delight, Sebastian Hughes and Super HiFi
Fashion show at 8:00 p.m. featuring the newest Our Kaka‘ako retailer, Illest and Puffer Hawaii
Food vendors il Gelato, Uncles North Shore Ice Cream Sandwiches, Elenas, Pt Suisse, Hawaii’s Fried Musubi, Sweet Pea Café, Aloha Pops, Olay Thai, Kettle Corn Hawaii, Beyond Burgers, Bonfire Pizza, Pololi Oe, Dolcita, Guava Smoked, Hawaiian Fresh Farms, All Kine Grindz, Haleiwa Bowls
Retail vendors Recess by Homecoming, Lolli Swim, Lei Chic vendor machinemachine from Kauai, Pure Joy Adornments, Truestory Textstiles, HILIFE & Butigroove, Vermilli, Maleana Cosmetics, Andy South, Digs Hawaii X Sneaktip NYC, Beachcomber Design, Tasi Boutique, Monkeypod Jam from the Garden Isle, Salt + Sand, Hi‘ilani A Baby Story, Hippy Chic Designs, Tasi Boutique
Futsal in the CoXist parking lot
LightSleepers DJ on Auahi Street
Prelaunch of Art Cards to collect, trade, or redeem at the Honolulu Night Market. Limited edition deck featuring photos of Hawai‘i’ Fashion Month 2013
Live art by Gripptide/ Kalani Ware, Two Crows, The Artery, Brenda Provost, Osta Lange & Risa Oram, Rachel Ritchie, Yellow Bird Bohemia, Carlos Mozo, Xisco Peculiar, The Art Truck
This past weekend, Honolulu Night Market hosted the 5th annual Anti Canvas boardshort charity art event, and we went down during the set up to give you a look at tsome of the submissions.
Hurley and Contrast Magazine presented the 5th annual The Anti Canvas: a showcase of boardshort art for charity on Saturday December 21, 2013 at Honolulu Night Market: Rogue Christmas
Proceeds benefitted Waves For Water and their efforts in the Philippines with victims of Typhoon Haiyan as well as the Hawaii Foodbank. Entry is free and doors open at 6 pm for the art show and silent auction.
The AntiCanvas: a showcase of boardshort art for charityutilizes “sublimation” to transfer original artwork from 25 local and international artists onto a pair of Hurley Phantom boardshorts. This manufacturing method preserves the integrity and details of the original artwork and designs. Some of the top artists this year include John John Florence, Clark Little, C.R. Stecyk III, Tim Hendricks, Keoni Payton, Aaron Kai, Carl Pao and Dana Paresa. Please find a full list of artists participating in the 5th annual The Anti Canvas: a showcase of boardshort art for charity below.
This unique art event raised over $18,000 dollars for various charities since 2009.
Heres a look at a couple of this years submissions.
We could not be more excited about the Anti-Canvas Art Show and Silent Auction tomorrow! Come to check out or bid on the one of kind board shorts that showcases the amazing artwork of 25 different artists.
For a preview of the artwork being displayed, check out our segment on KITV4 this morning: