Normally you don’t think of car shows when you think of Hawaii, but starting in 2015, America’s 50th state will play host to the first ever Hawaiian International Auto Show in Honolulu. This is the first ever event of its kind out in Hawaii, so pack your bags and see the beautiful island while you’re browsing some beautiful cars!
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Date: March 13-15, 2015
Location: Hawaii Convention Center Honolulu, HI
Tickets: Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for military, $7 for senior citizens, and free for children under 12. There is also a Military Two-Fer package where if you buy one military ticket you can get a second one free! Also, with each ticket order, you’ll receive a free one-year subscription to Motor Trend Magazine.
Events: This is a brand new event, so events are still being ironed out. Check back frequently about updates on events here.
Sponsors: The Hawaiian International Auto Show is sponsored by a mixture of national and local companies including First Hawaiian Bank, Hawaii Automobile Dealers of America, Star Advertiser, Hawaiian Electric, and Geico.
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