Don't miss out on this year's Wekfest Hawaii in Honolulu. Tickets will be available at the door.
Started as a humbling event for grassroots enthusiasts in a small parking garage in 2009 in San Francisco, our event has now reached its eight year serving the community. Wekfest focuses on working with the leading brands and individuals both within the car community and various sub-cultures to bring an event to the Hawaii islands that is one to remember.
Wekfest follows a tradition of making each exhibiting car and vendor its focal point, not to be overshadowed by other theatrics. For one day, we create an environment for all car enthusiasts, and those new to the scene to gather, commune and share their common interests.
This year’s event will feature:
250+ pre-screened European, Japanese, and Domestic aftermarket builds.
Vendor’s row consisting automotive and lifestyle brands.
Event coverage from all major automotive publications.
Official Wekfest model, Liz Kara.
Local + international spectators and invited guests.
Listed by Travel Magazine as Hawaii’s Best Festivals and Fairs in 2017.
With over 250 vehicles on display, we offer over 50+ awards for various makes and categories to properly honor the leaders of our community.
Car of The Festival (Best of Show)
Lifetime Achievement Award
GTVIP of The Festival
Nostalgic Car of The Festival (Pre-90’s)
Euro Car of The Festival
Domestic of The Festival
Import of The Festival
Crew of The Festival
VIP Car of The Festival
Truck & SUV of The Festival
Exotic of The Festival
Honolulu is a world class destination for any traveler. Given its unique history and location, the area has become a melting pot of many different cultures. This means the show attracts local, state-wide, and worldwide attention.
Neal Blaisdell Center is a venue which offers the added convenience for both spectators and exhibitors. It is easily accessible, with plenty of traveling accommodations for those visiting from out of town. Additionally, public parking and transportation is just steps away from the venue.
Fly into Honolulu International Airport / Honolulu International Airport (IATA: HNL) is the principal aviation gateway of the City & County of Honolulu on Oahu in the State of Hawaii. It is identified as one of the busiest airports in the United States, with traffic now exceeding 21 million passengers a year and rising.
Shop at Ala Moana Center / commonly known simply as Ala Moana, is the largest shopping mall in Hawaii. It is also the seventh largest shopping mall in theUnited States, and the largest open-air shopping center in the world. Ala Moana is consistently ranked among the top ten most successful malls in the United States, and in 2009 was ranked by U.S. News & World Report as America’s second most profitable, behind The Forum Shops at Caesars in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Eat at Leonard’s Bakery / a Portuguese bakery in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for popularizing the malasada. The fried pastry, slightly crispier and chewier than a doughnut and with no hole, is known as a cuisine of Hawaii. Though Portuguese immigrants brought the malasada to Hawaii at the turn of the 20th century, Leonard’s opened in 1952 and brought it to a wider audience.
Discover Hanauma Bay / one of the most popular tourist destinations in Oahu. Hanauma is both a Nature Preserve and a Marine Life Conservation District.
Stay at The Sheraton Waikiki / a modern monument to traditional Hawaiian hospitality. This Oahu hotel is perfect for families seeking Hawaii activities, couples in search of romance, or weary travelers seeking a rejuvenating escape. The Sheraton Waikiki is your gateway to Hawaii’s favorite playground, Waikiki Beach.
Party At Ginza Nightclub / With 3 bars and many bottle service options. The Ginza Nightclub also stays open till 4 AM so its a prefect place to party after the other clubs have closed.