Honolulu's popular Made in Hawaii Festival will be making a return to in-person shopping this year, with a new venue. The event which is typically held at Neal Balsidell Center will be instead moved to Ala Moana Center's 4th floor parking structure in the Ewa wing. This spacious open air venue will allow for a large scale event such as Made in Hawaii Festival to happen with the current COVID-19 restrictions in place.
Vendors from across the state and beyond will gather to show off their hand-crafted goods and merchandise. This time of year, many locals will be shopping for local-made holiday gifts or souvenirs to send friends and family on the mainland.