Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-10-23 00:47:25 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — Many spooky events were canceled in 2020, but in 2021 there are plenty of opportunities to find tricks and treats.
A direct Halloween event is back on the island — Kapolei Commons is hosting a free pumpkin patch on Saturday, October 23rd.
“I feel great. I’m very excited and I’m setting up now. It’s going to be even more special tomorrow,” said Katie Kaanap, marketing director at Kapolei Commons.
patch Business hours are from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm, with admission times staggered at noon, 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm.
All participants, except children under the age of 12, must present proof of vaccination to enter.
“That is, I just want to offer a free event while following the rules that are applied. I’m not creating the rules, I’m just following the rules,” says Ka’anapu.
Kapolei tickets are advancing rapidly online, but limited walk-ins are accepted onsite. A total of 500 small and medium-sized pumpkins will be distributed free of charge, giving you the opportunity to take pictures with characters such as Moana and Buzz Lightyear.
A drive-through trick or treat will be back at Mililani Town Center from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday, October 30th. Volunteers put goods in the trunk.
Sherry Morisaki, General Manager of Mililani Town Center, said:
Mililani also hosts an online Halloween costume contest. click here For more information
If you want to fix an eerie experience in Waikiki, Ghost bath, The round will start on Friday, October 29th.
Kamaina’s ticket costs $ 13, and you can spend a terrifying time on a stationary but eerie machine. It runs at a special time until Halloween (1 pm to 9 pm) and lasts until 2022.
Each “ride” takes 15 to 20 minutes and takes the people on board to another dimension with sound and visual effects, along with live actors.
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There are many other events taking place throughout the state, so click here For other ways to capture your fears.
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