Welcome the PineappleFestival.org, the official website for the Wahiawā Pineapple Festival.
Pineapple Festival is on May 6, 2023, from 9 AM – 4 PM, @ Ka’ala Elementary School (130 California Avenue)
2023 if the first year that the festival will be back, with a few changes. Itʻll be at Ka’ala Elementary instead of Fred Wright Park. The festival still benefits the Wahiawā Historical Societyʻs proposed Wahiawā museum, but this is the first year that all the community groups in Wahiawā are banding together to support the event.
Expect great food and vendors, as well as fun entertainment, a country market, and the Pineapple Bake Off and Paper Plane Contest!
Please join us for one of Hawai’iʻs oldest festivals. Itʻll be a great day in Wahiawā.
Weʻre hosting a bunch of competitions where you can have fun AND win bragging rights and cash prizes! Sign up today!
DOLE FOOD COMPANY
We are grateful to Doleʻs title sponsorship of the Wahiawā Pineapple Festival, as the historic food companyʻs roots are tied to the development and growth of Wahiawā. We encourage you to read about their history and contribution to our townʻs heritage.
Weʻre getting closer to the festival!
Ka’ala Elementary School is at 130 California Avenue. It takes up a block in the lakeside part of Wahiawā.
If youʻre coming from North Shore, cross the Karsten Thot Bridge and take a right at Kilani Ave. (this will take to the field side of Ka’ala Elementary) or California Ave.
If youʻre coming from Town side, cross the Wahiawā bridge and at the 3rd traffic light take the left lane to turn onto California Ave.
There is ample street parking around the block that Ka’ala Elementary sits in. There is street parking available up and down both California Ave. and Kilani Ave. and on connecting side streets. Please donʻt block residentsʻ driveways. The schoolʻs parking lot will be restricted to vendors and entertainers and loading/unloading. Thank you for your understanding.