Waikoloa Beach Resort is the best place to stay if you are looking for things to do on the 4th of July. While other areas of the island have things going on, the Waikoloa Beach Resort offers a full day of fun and activities for families.
Waikoloa Kings Shops
The Kings Shops will host the popular rubber duckie race again where thousands of rubber duckies race to a finish line and prices are won. Each duckie must be purchased and the money goes to help cerebral palsy in Hawaii. This will happen at 3pm.
Earlier in the day between 11 and 1 there will be a watermelon eating contest as well as a shaved ice eating contest.
There will also be live music throughout the day at the Kings Shops.
Waikoloa Queens Shops
Most of the action will be found here. Throughout the day there will be plenty to do for children including face painting, popcorn, carnival games, music, and more.
Enjoy great live performances by local bands Ku Ma’ema’e, Tomi Isobe & Blues Dogs, and Off Da Cuff. Hawai’i island’s favorite radio host G.Cruz from KWXX will be broadcasting live at the event!
Keiki Activities & Photo Booth
Aunty Cynthia will be doing special patriotic face painting for keiki from 2-5:30 PM. Don’t forget to snap a family photo at the photobooth with your festive designs!
Plus, enjoy fun lawn games at the Coronation Pavilion, including corn hole, ring toss, Jenga, and Connect 4.
Queens’ Marketplace merchants will spill out of their storefronts with special deals, clearance items, and featured merchandise!
While the Waikoloa Bowl used to be home to the best firework show on the Island, there has not been fireworks since COVID19 and there is no current knowledge of it happening in 2023.
If you are looking for a place to stay, Waikoloa Vacation Rentals offers a selection of condo and home rentals in the Waikoloa Beach Resort.