Halloween in Waikiki

Last Friday was Halloween. We had a bunch of trick or treaters in Waikiki throughout the evening. Halloween in Waikiki has become a tradition. I would like to share the event with you through some of the pictures I took.

Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki starts to hustle and bustle from around 7:00 p.m. on Halloween night.

Quite a few people in patriotic costumes. Could be because of the Presidential elections this year.


The ghosts, goblins and ghouls. Always popular. Scary or funny?



Family of trick or treaters. Is that Tarzan’s Family?

Representing Japan.

Baka Tono…translated to “Simple Lord”, simple like in not too smart.

The battery mascot. The “keep going and going” bunny.

Cleopatra and Julius Caesar.

The Flintstones, Fred and Wilma! Who are these two?

Some sexy costumes. Sexy cupid with her bow and arrow. Check out her shoes.

Simple but original. Swan couple.

Halloween Cupcakes. Yum!

Chucky the Pumpkin

Folks really enjoyed themselves, partying down Kalakaua Avenue. Thank goodness the next day was Saturday!

This is what you have to look forward to if you’re visiting Hawaii during Halloween. It’s so much fun, you don’t want to miss it!

Honolulu Festival Foundation

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