This is the best Hawaiʻi event calendar if you are looking for affordable fun. We seek a variety of fun, free, and cheap things to do today and every day across the Hawaiian Islands, including Hawaiʻi (Big) Island, Kauaʻi, Lānaʻi, Maui, Molokaʻi, and Oʻahu. We include virtual and in-person events—affordable fun things to do and the best places to go.
In today’s calendar listed below, the events listed first each day highlighted in GRAY are FEATURED EVENTS. Featured events are usually one-time events such as holiday and seasonal activities. Following featured events are other free fun and cheap things to do today.
Free and cheap events today
Thursday, February 29, 2024
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Hawaiʻi on the Cheap publishes information about free and cheap events, discount tickets on entertainment, and tips for saving money while living in (or visiting) the Hawaiian Islands. You’ll find plus plenty of choices every day, including festivals & parades, craft & farmers markets, outdoor events, food discounts and deals, and more.
We focus on free events, cheap things to do ($15 or less kamaʻāina adult ticket price, or $25 general admission). For more expensive events, we look for ways to reduce entertainment costs (such as buy tickets in advance, use a coupon or code, or volunteer at the event).
We post the deals as we find them. But you know the drill: Prices and promotions are subject to change without notice. So be sure to check with the merchant before you head out.
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