Wednesday Kalapana Night Market

If it is Wednesday Night, the Kalapana Night Market is the place to be! Locals and tourists alike head to the  at Uncle Robert’s Awa Bar to enjoy the atmosphere, food and live music which takes place every Wednesday (5:00pm – 9:00 pm). People head down for a night of fun with good music, good food, and good fellowship. This is the Wednesday Night Ho’olaule’a Market.


Live Music!

Live music is the main attraction at this market that gives the Aloha atmosphere an electric vibe. The Kalapana ‘Awa Band entertains the evening starting with traditional Hawaiian mele (songs) and by the end of the night, the band kicks it up a notch playing from local reggae, country, and oldies. You name it they can play it. Get on up to the dance floor and enjoy the moment! 


Great Food!

With many local food vendors, everyone in your group will find something they enjoy eating. This ranges from fresh, hot, pizza to healthy organic meals, local plate lunch style dishes like “Hawaiian Nachos” and everything in between. No worries, you will find all kinds of delicious local food here!

You can also stop by Uncle’s Awa Bar to try the Polynesian drink called Kava (‘Awa in Hawaii). Kava is sedating and is primarily consumed to relax without disrupting mental clarity. Uncles ‘Awa Bar also offers tropical cold beverages. Enjoy the atmosphere of Kaimū, Kalapana and socialize with locals and other visitors!



Uncle Roberts Awa Bar is at the end of highway 137. This is also where the 1990 lava flow covered the majority of the Kalapana village and the famous Kaimū Black Sand Beach.


Address: 12-5038 Kalapana Kapoho Beach Rd, Pāhoa, HI 96778.

  • More information: The venue for the farmers market (Uncles ‘Awa Club) is also opened daily from 7:00 AM on. There is a smoothie shack and ‘Uncles Kitchen’ which serves BBQ plates, local style food plates, burgers, appetizers, and fresh fish burgers or plates from 11 am till 7 pm. Uncles Awa Bar is open 10 am till closing (website).

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