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250 Waikoloa Beach Dr
Waikoloa Village, HI, 96738

Hawaii Island's premier shopping and dining destination. Located in the heart of Kohala Coast.

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Weekly Events


Daily, 9:30am-9:45am

Koi Fish Feeding across from Michael Kors. For more information call (808) 886-8811.

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Tani Waipa and Friends

mondays, 6:00pm-7:00pm

Playing fun island music for fun people, Tani Waipa, along with a variety of her musical friends, weave family anecdotes and Hawaiian history into traditional and contemporary tunes. Check her out weekly at the Kings’ Shops main stage and see who she brings along!

Location: Center Stage


Music with the island touch - john keawe

tuesdays, 5:00pm-6:00pm

A self-taught slack key guitarist, John Keawe is the winner of multiple Na Hoku Hano Hano awards and was a contributing artist on Hawaii's first Grammy award in 2005.

Location: Center Stage


Farmers Market

Wednesdays, 8:30am-2:30pm

Take home a piece of Hawaii. The Kings’ Shops Farmers Market features locally grown fruits and vegetables, fresh jams and jellies, macadamia nuts, breads and pastries. Enjoy local entertainment by Ben Kaili from 12pm-1pm. If you would like to participate in the Kings’ Shops Farmers Market, please download the application from our leasing info page.

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Wednesdays, 11:00am

Open for ages 8 and older. Sign up at the management office or call (808) 886-8811. Space is limited. 

Location: Meet at Center Stage

Widdy loo

Wednesdays, 6:00pm-7:00pm

From the Big Island of Hawaii, Widdy Loo embraces the unique sounds of the Ukulele and Guitar applying finger picking styles and rhythm's not only to Island Music but also a wide variety of music genres. 



Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays, 9:30am

Learn about the free guided petroglyph tours available weekly at Kings' Shops.

Kii pohaku (petroglyphs, literally “rock pictures”) may be the closest thing to a written language that Hawaiians used, and some are thought to be astronomical symbols, road signs or markers of historic events. Join expert Michaela Larson for a moderate 1-hour walk back through Hawaii’s fascinating history, and see for yourself. Sunblock, hat and covered walking shoes recommended as the trail is uneven and rough in places.

If you visit the petroglyphs on your own, please respect this culturally sensitive area. Stay on the trail and do not approach the petroglyphs for photos or rubbings without permission of Waikoloa Security. These are fragile carvings, possibly thousands of years old, easily subject to damage and erosion. The best way to capture a petroglyph is with a photo in the late afternoon, when the shadows are long.

Location: Meet lakeside next to Island Fish and Chips at 9:30 a.m. Lava trails are uneven and rough.  Wearing closed-toe walking shoes, sunscreen and hats are highly recommended. Don’t forget a camera and water.

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Thursdays, 11:00am

Join Lanakila Mangauil from The Hawaiian Cultural of Hamakua for Talk Story. Topics could include:

Kumulipo/Hāloa- Chants of Creation

The ancient tradition of Oli, Hawaiian chant takes us on a journey through the Hawaiian lense of creation & understanding of our connection and role in it. Learn more of the intimate relation of taro or Kalo and its foundational teachings of Ohana! Taste this traditional food.

Mo'olelo 'o MaunaKea

The tallest mountain on earth, the sacred piko of the world! The many stories of our majestic mountain comes to life with hula and chant explaining the deep spiritualconnection to this sacred place. Understand the critical role that the mountain plays in the natural ecosystem of our island home. 

Location: Meet at Center Stage

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Hawaiian Mo’olelo

Thursdays, 5:00pm-6:00pm

Experience Hawaii through storytelling, song, chants, and dance from local cultural practitioners. Hear through their oral traditions how their Native Hawaiian ancestors lived, and learn how those traditions carry on today.

Location: Center Stage



First and third Fridays, Na Kamali'i O Kona, 6:00-7:00pm

Fourth Fridays - Halau Waiau, 6:00-7:00pm

Hula tells Hawaii’s story with the graceful hands of talented dancers, some trained from childhood in this intricate ancient art of dance and chant. At the Kings’ Shops Center Stage, we invite island keiki (children) hula halau (groups), to take the stage and share their skills, from the kahiko (ancient) to the auana (modern) style.

Location: Center Stage

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Wednesdays, 9:30am & Saturdays, 10:00am

Open for ages 8 and older. Sign up at the management office or call (808) 886-8811. Space is limited. 

Location: Meet at Center Stage

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Saturdays, 11:30am

Open for ages 8 and older. Sign up at the management office or call (808) 886-8811. Space is limited. 

Location: Meet at Center Stage


Upcoming Events

To download the calendar of events, please click below.


Center HOURS: 9:30 AM - 9:30 PM DAILY