Enjoy live entertainment and hula performances throughout the day in the heart of the village at Emma's Square. The iconic Darlene Ahuna entertains on stage at 11:30 am followed by Halau Ka’eaikahelelani at 1:30 pm Crowd pleaser and Hilo native Mark Yamanaka starts at 3 pm accompanied by Halau e Hulali Mai I Ka La.
Are you hungry? We got you covered with Mac-n-cheese, Pansit, Ginger Fried Chicken, Chi Chi Dango, Gourmet Hot Dogs, Banana Bread, Soft Peanut Brittle, Chocolate Covered Bananas, Manapua, Pork Hash, Shave Ice, BBQ, Tacos, Burritos, Piroshkis, Grilled Cheese, Ramen, Quesadillas, Foot-Long Sandwiches, Donuts, Brisket, Pulled Pork, Mamaki Tea and of course, Kona Coffee.
Some of the food truck, food vendor and restaurant pop up participants from include Sel’s Lunch Wagon, K.O. Pizza, Indo Grindz, Gallery Cuisine, Sugar’s Hawaii—BBQ and Desserts, Prioshki, Texas Island BBQ, Troy Farms, SweetKine808, Hungry Honu, Tooth Sweets Mochi Co., Toasty Dogs, Hamakua Creations, Makana Glass and Things, Kailani Surf, Scandanavian Shave Ice, JJ’s Mini Orbits, HI Bao Delicacies, Kona Sandwich Company, Kaawaloa Food Supply Co., Kapua’s Snack Box, and Kona Coffee Outlet.
An array of seating options will be scattered throughout the village including interesting places that give locals and visitors a place to sit, eat great food and enjoy the seaside.
In addition to the Street Eats Food Truck Festival event, visitors and residents are encouraged to support the wide variety of culinary
options throughout Historic Kailua Village.
Interested food vendors and trucks should download the event’s Information Packet for all the details on how to participate or sign up at
Can’t make the October date? Street Eats will be back on Saturday, December 2, 2023.
Street Eats, A Kailua Village Food Truck Festival is made possible through the support of Hawaii Tourism Authority through the Community Enrichment Program and the Kailua Village Business Improvement District.