Kona Commons Hosts ‘Phases’ Night Market Feb. 18

February 12, 2022, 12:00 PM HST
* Updated February 12, 11:51 AM
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Nothing like a little night life.

Hana Like Home Market will hold its first “Phases” Night Market in Kona on Friday, Feb. 18 from 4-9 p.m. at Kona Commons Shopping Center.

The event, free and open to the public, will offer over 30 artisan booths by local makers and creators. Entertainment, foodie favs, gift giveaways, and fun for the whole family will round out the night. Live singer, Ala, will perform, as well as DJ Johnnie with music from his exclusive vinyl record collection. Many of the artisan booths will be interactive, including a design bar that allows attendees to customize home décor products.

“Hana Like Home Market was created with the intention of giving everyone a place to connect in a way that is genuine and meaningful,” event creator and owner Jade Sohriakoff said in a news release promoting the event. “We are so very excited to collaborate with Kona Commons on this market and our beautifully compiled bunch of vendors – a group we have hand-picked specifically to keep this market unique and fresh.”

Guests are invited to “talk story” with the local Hawai’i makers. Shoppers can ask questions and learn more about their drive and passion. Each and every business owner has their own unique background and story of how and why their business began.


“We are thrilled to be partnering with Hana Like Home Market. Their passion for supporting local makers and tasters complements our tenant mix,” said Nancy Sakamoto, general manager of Kona Commons. “We cannot wait to welcome the community to enjoy something new and exciting to do in Kailua-Kona on a beautiful Hawaiian moonlight night.”


For more information on Hana Like Home Market, visit


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