HAWAII FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL
COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY MEASURES
The health and safety of our attendees and participants is our number one priority. To ensure your wellbeing, all events are organized in accordance with the latest local city & county mandates.
Collaboration dinners will follow the city and county guidelines set forth for restaurants and attendees at these dinners will be required to show proof of full vaccination or provide a negative COVID-19 test result taken 48-hours prior to the event.
ALL attendees at all O‘ahu events will be required to show proof of full vaccination (NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST RESULTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED) to attend events pursuant to current City & County of Honolulu emergency proclamations.
Further details available on individual event pages.
By attending HFWF21:
- You acknowledge that you (and all ticketed attendees) will comply with all HFWF Health & Safety Protocols once determined by government mandate at time of HFWF21, including but not limited to face mask requirements, health screening and questionnaire, proof of negative COVID-19 test or vaccine card
- You (and all ticketed attendees) acknowledge that by attending HFWF21, you will be subject to HFWF Health & Safety Protocols. HFWF reserves the right to refuse entry or remove an individual from an event if any such protocols are breached
PRE-SALE AND FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK MASTERCARD® PREFERRED ACCESS
First Hawaiian Bank Private Banking customers receive exclusive access to pre-sale tickets to the Thirteenth Annual Hawaii Food & Wine Festival between May 10-16, 2023. Private Banking customers must use their First Hawaiian Bank personal Mastercard® Private Banking credit card numbers starting with 51795214, 53967511, 55248411, 55248431, 55248441, 55248479 to purchase; no other credit cards, debit, or business credit cards will be accepted to purchase tickets during the pre-sale window.
First Hawaiian Bank personal Mastercard® cardholders will be granted Preferred Access* (early entry at 5:00 P.M.) tickets for the General Admission (entry at 6:00 P.M.) price to select events:
- Ocean’s 13 at Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa on October 14, 2023
- Far East Street Ph’East at Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach on November 2, 2023
- First Hawaiian Bank Mastercard® Presents House of Blanc & Rouge at Ko Olina on November 4, 2023
*Must use First Hawaiian Bank personal Mastercard® to purchase
MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER
ALL SALES FINAL/NO REFUNDS, NO EXCHANGES, NO REPLACEMENTS
KAANAPALI, MAUI EVENTS POSTPONED TO SPRING 2024
The recent wildfires affecting West Maui have been devastating for all of us and our hearts go out to all that have been impacted by this disaster.
Governor Josh Green recently issued Governor’s Emergency Proclamation VI which strongly discourages non-essential travel to West Maui from August 17-October 17, 2023. In light of this and the ongoing recovery efforts, the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival will postpone the October 13-15, 2023 events in Kaanapali, Maui to the Spring 2024.
Existing ticket holders for the Kaanapali, Maui events are being offered four options for their tickets. This includes:
- Request a full refund for your ticket(s)
- Donate your ticket(s) to the Maui Kokua Restaurant & Hospitality Fund—providing immediate assistance to the restaurant, bar and hospitality workers of West Maui
- Transfer your ticket(s) to the postponed Kaanapali Spring 2024 event (exact date TBD)
- Apply the cost of your ticket(s) to another event in the HFWF23 schedule of events
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
RIGHT TO USE YOUR NAME, VOICE, IMAGE AND LIKENESS
RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION OF PRODUCTS
As responsible members of the community, the Event recognizes the concern about drinking and driving, and its policy is to encourage responsible consumption of products at the Event. If Holder believes that his/her driving ability may be impaired or that Holder cannot safely operate a motor vehicle, please speak with an Event representative who will arrange for transportation back to Holder’s destination point.
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Hawaii Food & Wine Festival recognizes the use of diacritical markings in the modern orthography of Hawaiian language including the ‘okina [‘] or glottal stop, and the kahakō [ā] or macron. However, in order to ensure the best online experience visitors to our website, these markings may be omitted throughout our site. We thank you for your understanding.