The Christmas Lights Show In Hawaii That Becomes Even More Enchanting Year After Year

When you think of a traditional holiday season, the Hawaiian Islands are probably the last place to cross your mind. But, if we’re being honest, we absolutely LOVE spending Christmas in Hawaii. Instead of snowstorms and cold weather, we have beach days — and you’ll still find all of your holiday favorites, from hot chocolate and sugar cookies to twinkling lights and holiday festivals. And, boy, do we know how to throw a holiday celebration. The Honolulu City Lights is not only the largest Christmas light display found across the state but it gets even more magical and enchanting as the years go by.

The magic begins this year on Saturday, December 1, and you won’t want to miss it.

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The magical event is found at 530 S.King St. and is always free for Hawaii residents and tourists alike. You’ll find free event parking at the Fasi Municipal Building in the underground parking garage located at the corner of Beretania and Alapai Streets.

For more information about the Honolulu City Lights, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

If you’re hoping to get into the holiday spirit, consider partaking in any of these 11 Weird And Wacky Holiday Traditions You’ll Only Get If You’re From Hawaii. After all, Christmas in Hawaii is the absolute best.