Hawaii State Holidays

Select a year to see the Hawaii State holidays for that year. This is only “official” in the sense that it is based on official calculations. This page was last updated in June 2022.

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Hawaii State Holidays for 2022

Date Observed Holiday
Friday, 12/31/2021 New Year’s Day
Monday, 01/17/2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday, 02/21/2022 Presidents’ Day
Friday, 03/25/2022 Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day
Friday, 04/15/2022 Good Friday
Sunday, 04/17/2022 Easter
Monday, 05/30/2022 Memorial Day
Friday, 06/10/2022 King Kamehameha I Day
Monday, 07/04/2022 Independence Day
Friday, 08/19/2022 Statehood Day
Monday, 09/05/2022 Labor Day
Tuesday, 11/08/2022 General Election Day
Friday, 11/11/2022 Veterans’ Day
Thursday, 11/24/2022 Thanksgiving Day
Today is Saturday, November 26, 2022. The next Hawaii State Holiday is observed in 30 days.
Monday, 12/26/2022 Christmas

Commemorative Dates

These dates are not to be taken as Hawaii state holidays but are recognized by the Hawaii Revised Statutes §8.


Footnotes: As of September 2001, these are the legal holidays defined in the Hawaii Revised Statutes §8-1 to be observed by the State (and county governments in Hawaii), including the State Judiciary. Federal government and local banking holidays differ, such as for Juneteenth. Public school “breaks” are not included and may vary by district. For State agencies which operate on other than Monday-Friday schedules, also refer to appropriate collective bargaining agreements. Except for Easter, holidays which fall on Saturdays are observed on the preceding Friday; holidays which fall on Sundays are observed on the following Monday. Election days are established by the State Constitution.


  • New Year’s Day: 1st day in January
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: 3rd Monday in January
  • Presidents’ Day: 3rd Monday in February
  • Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day: 26th day in March
  • Good Friday: Friday before Easter
  • Easter: Calculating Easter
  • Memorial Day: Last Monday in May
  • King Kamehameha I Day: 11th day in June
  • Independence Day: 4th day in July
  • Statehood Day: 3rd Friday in August
  • Labor Day: 1st Monday in September
  • General Election Day: 1st Tuesday in November following 1st Monday of even-numbered years
  • Veterans’ Day: 11th day in November
  • Thanksgiving Day: 4th Thursday in November
  • Christmas: 25th day in December

Good Friday & Prince Kūhiō Day

Normally, Good Friday is observed after Prince Kūhiō Day, however this is not always the case due to Easter floating around. In 2005, 2016, 2027 and 2032, the two holidays are observed on the same day. Special arrangements may be made by Human Resources to allow for an additional holiday when this occurs.