Hawaii State Fair 2015 festival

The Hawaii State Fair 2015 festival or the 50th State Fair 2015 fest in Hawaii is a great event to check out this year with multiple dates for your convenience.  Fun for the whole family!

Hawaii State Fair festival
Hawaii State Fair festival

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

Fun is at the best fair ever Now thru June 30, 2015 weekends only.

Join E.K. Fernadez for this year’s fair. Look for the all new circus show featuring feats of skill and Luciano’s Pound Puppies dog act, racing pigs, Backyard Circus and Family Puppet Parade, entertainment in the dining tent and more!

2015 DATES

May 24-25-26-27

May 31

June 1-2

June 6-7-8-9

June 14 -15-16

June 21-22-23

June 28-29-30


Events and festivities

5D Dark Walkthrough Adventure

This exciting new attraction features the world’s most impressive 5D effects. Visitors will walk inside a world alive with 3D effects traveling towards them from every angle all at the same time. It’s a 360-degree 3D experience enhanced with bubbles, spooky fog effects, colorful lighting and lasers and will appear in Hawaii exclusively at the 50th State Fair. Five different adventures will be presented at varying times during the Fair – Creepy Castle, Freaky Forest, Undersea Crusoe, Cecil’s Undersea Adventure & Captain Jack.

Saturdays: 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Sundays & May 27: 12 noon to 6 p.m.

Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, May 27 &

June 6: 6 p.m. to closing

Children under 40″ tall:

  • Crazy Plane
  • Dizzy Dragons
  • Helicopters
  • Merry-Go-Round
  • Mini-Coaster
  • Speedway
  • Spring Ride
  • Super Slide
  • Tilt-A-Whirl
  • Umbrella Jeeps
  • Umbrella Quads
  • 5 Coupons
  • Techno Power

Not enough??  We got more for you…

  • Century Wheel
  • Dragon Coaster
  • Jungle Twist
  • Pharaoh’s Fury
  • Scooter
  • Super Sizzler
  • 4 Coupons
  • Area 51
  • Fire Ball
  • Fun Factory
  • Music Express
  • Wave Swinger
  • Zipper

Hawaii State Fair 2015 history

E. K. Fernandez Shows is a locally-owned, third-generation family business that has been entertaining the families of Hawaii since 1903.

The company is recognized nationally and internationally for its long history in the carnival, fair, and circus industry. Its founder, Edwin Kane (E. K.) Fernandez, was affectionately known as “The Barnum of the Pacific.” Throughout his life, he searched the world for the best acts he could find and brought them to Hawaii. Some of the most famous acts to perform in an E. K. Fernandez production were the Flying Wallendas and their seven-person aerial pyramid, the wild animal trainer Clyde Beatty, and the famous clown Emmett Kelly. The first elephant at the Honolulu Zoo was named Daisy and was one of the elephants that came to Hawaii to perform in an E. K. Fernandez show. E. K. Fernandez also produced shows that traveled to Hong Kong, Manila, Singapore, Japan, Guam, India, and China.

The company’s first amusement ride was a steam-powered merry-go-round called a Flying Jenny, which E. K. Fernandez introduced at the Maui County Fair in 1915. Amusement rides have changed tremendously since those early years. The company now operates a large assortment of kiddie rides, family rides, thrill rides, and spectaculars. But the one thing that has remained constant is our commitment to finding interesting acts and bringing them to our events for the entertainment of the families of Hawaii. From white tigers to racing pigs, from flying trapeze artists to a family puppet parade, we constantly strive to provide exciting entertainment and attractions. It is this commitment to quality family entertainment and attractions that results in hundreds of thousands of island residents annually attending our events to experience the thrill and excitement found only on an E. K. Fernandez Shows midway. It is also our commitment to providing a safe, fun-filled experience where families can share good times together that has made us a tradition in the islands.


The Hawaii State Fair 2015 festival also called the 50th State Fair Party in Honolulu has multiple dates for your convenience. Fun for the whole family!



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