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Aloha, 2014! Best places to watch Hawaii New Year's Eve fireworks shows.



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MAUI

Wailea Beach Fireworks
Midnight

The details: The best spots for the resort's annual fireworks are along Wailea Beach Park, or from hotels along the beach—the Grand Wailea resort hosts the display. If you're staying in Wailea, just take the Wailea Coastal Walk to Wailea Beach.


KAUAI

Poipu Beach Fireworks/New Year’s Eve Music Fest & Fireworks Celebration
9:20 p.m.

The details: Hosted by the Poipu Beach Resort Association, the best views of this not-quite-midnight display are from Poipu Beach Park, where there will also be food booths, music and kid activities from 4 to 10 p.m.
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LANAI

Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay Hulopoe Beach Fireworks
Midnight

The details: There are terrific views of the fireworks from the Four Seasons Manele Bay property (for hotel guests) and from the sands of neighboring Hulopoe Beach (for the general public).



Have we missed any Hawaii New Year’s Eve 2013 fireworks displays that you know about?  Let us know with an email to derekp@hawaiimagazine.com and we’ll be happy to add it!


Photo: Jon Okuma


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