Click HERE for parking information You won't want to miss out on this fabulous FREE event. Mango Jam Honolulu offers residents and visitors "A TASTE OF ISLAND CULTURE," showcasing a diverse mix of live entertainment, food and craft booths, a beer garden, and a farmer's market highlighting one of Oʻahu's most beloved fruit. Located on the lawn between Honolulu Hale and the Mission Memorial Buildings, Mango Jam Honolulu features some of the best artists and vendors that Oʻahu has to offer.
Check out our ENTERTAINMENT LINE UP HERE Mango Jam Honolulu 2018 is presented by: the Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts and the Hawaiʻi Food Industry Association.
"A Taste of Island Culture"
Mango Jam Honolulu features some of the best entertainment on Oʻahu from a diverse range of backgrounds. Multicultural contemporary music and ethnic dance groups complete the roster of entertainers on Friday, July 14th and Saturday, July 15th. Pack up your family and come down to the Honolulu Hale Civic Grounds for FREE fun and entertainment!
THE VOICE OF HAWAI'I'S FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY 1050 Bishop Street, PMB 235 Honolulu, HI 96813
The Hawai'i Food Industry Association (HFIA) actively promotes the interest of Hawai'i's food and beverage retailers and suppliers through highly effective government relations and advocacy, member's education, industry and community relations.
HFIA produces the Hawai'i Retail Grocer Magazine, the only comprehensive magazine and information source for the Hawai'i Retail industry and the Made in Hawai'i Festival, Hawai'i's largest consumer and trade show event featuring the products of Hawai'i.
Want to learn more about Mango Jam? Contact the Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts