Festivals in Wahiawa


Our deal searchers couldn't find any Festival deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • Challenge Nation
    Challenge Nation pioneered the urban-adventure race with a race season that includes visits to more than 35 cities across the country. Each scavenger hunt is personalized to the hosting city, exploring its many diverse neighborhoods with a series of clues that would test even the most skilled children's-book detective. The teams?composed of at least two people?vie for a $300 first-place prize. The Amazing Race?style competition rewards quick wits and wise planning over physical fitness, so the best way to prepare is by doing logic puzzles while eating Funyuns and lounging in a La-Z-Boy. The top 25 teams qualify, the top five receiving free entry, to compete in the national championship, which rewards winning teams with a $5,000 cash prize.
    Read More
    1 Aloha Tower Dr
    Honolulu, HI US
  • The Waterfront at Aloha Tower
    Since releasing its self-produced EP in 2007, LA-based Hyper Crush has fueled dance floors around the world with in-your-face lyrics set to energetic hip-hop and electro beats. The trio spins party-ready pulses against flashy light shows that get feet moving faster than The Flash running on a treadmill. Hits such as "Kick Us Out," "Flip the Switch," and "Keep Up" kick-start a high-speed chase of lyrics that embrace nightlife, dance moves, and courtship from a modern perspective. Audiences will enjoy ample space for grooving in the newly remodeled Zouk nightclub, a self-proclaimed adult playground boasting a state-of-the-art sound system, four full-service bars, and a slide papered with Sudoku puzzles. Outfitted in retro-glam d?cor, including smoked mirrors and velvet walls, the club insists on patrons dressed to the nines, urging them to don proper club attire, such as heels, dresses, or collared shirts, in order to get inside.
    Read More
    1 Aloha Tower Drive
    Honolulu, HI US
  • New Year’s Eve “Party of the Year”
    Fire dancers, fireworks and all-night tunes can only mean one thing?it?s the New Year?s Eve ?Party of the Year," top-rated by the Honolulu Pulse in 2012 and 2013. Divided into different zones, the party offers more than 20 live bands- including national recording artists Steel Pulse-and DJs that pump out hits throughout the evening. Partiers enjoy entertainment such as food trucks, beer gardens, an LED ferris wheel, mechanical bulls and laser light shows. Hourly fireworks shows lead up to the big finish, a $25K display set to help ring in the new year at midnight.
    Read More
    102 Ohe Street
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Germaine's Luau
    Seafood enthusiasts find flavorful bites of Hawaiian culture at Germaine's Luau. Germaine's Luau worries about making delicious food, not counting calories. Through their catering service, Germaine's Luau can also set out a delicious spread for your next party. Don't fuss with street parking. We've got some parking available. It's not the cheapest, it's not the most expensive, but it is the most delicious. Come to Germaine's Luau for a great bite.
    Read More
    438 Hobron Ln
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Human Movement
    The course itself carries on that fun vibe, too. Winding through city streets and local parks, the 5K route is dotted with hydration stations that dole out hot chocolate. Holiday music, a giant Santa inflatable, and snow blowers help to set
    Read More
    2805 Monsarrat Avenue
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Chief's Luau
    Hawaiian performer Chief Sielu is on a lifelong quest to educate and entertain the world about Polynesian traditions, a passion that has taken him to appearances on the BBC, MTV, and the Late Show with David Letterman. Dubbed the "coconut man," the chief immerses all comers in island culture at spectacular luaus. On stage, he and his tribe balance revelry and education with high-energy ritual and knife-dancing performances, participatory dances and art making, and a large supper of Hawaiian staples such as poi and braised surfboard fillets. If you can catch his ear, Sielu might have a lot of stories to share: in the course of his ambassadorial travels, he's lit the Olympic torch in Salt Lake City by throwing a flaming spear and been the subject of the documentary film Chief, which screened at the Sundance Film Festival.
    Read More
    41-202 Kalanianaole Highway
    Waimanalo, HI US

Groupon Guide