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Honolulu Museum of Art presents the Honolulu Surf Film Festival: Imagine if someone collected the best surf films of the year, put them all in one place, on the big screen, for a whole month (and occasionally with beer). BOOM. We did it. And we added some all-time classics too. Join us for a month of boundary pushing and globetrotting, incredible individuals and transformative stories from close to home and far afield. Regular screenings: $10 • $8 museum members Opening…Find out more »
Simply put, hula is a way of life. Hula is more than just a dance form. Hula directs your beliefs, traditions and values. Hula conducts your behavior and shapes who you become. A dancer breathes, eats, and sleeps hula. Please bring your halii (covering, spread), mea ai (food) and enjoy a beautiful, relaxing day of hula at the park. Admission is free. Other notable hula events in Hawaii • Merrie Monarch Hula Festival (a competitive event), which began in 1964.…Find out more »
Make sure you come down hungry to our First Annual Great Hawaiian Food Truck Festival. Bring the whole family down for this fun-filled event! Over 30 food trucks; many crafts vendors; and entertainment. In Waikiki – On Kalakaua Ave (From Lewers St to Kealohilani Ave) Photo courtesy of Ryan Ozawa via flickr.Find out more »
Drawn from the Heart and Soul Many Hawaiian songs and slack key guitar pieces reflect themes like stories of the past and present and people’s lives. But it is the tropical surroundings of Hawai’i, with its oceans, volcanoes and mountains, waterfalls, forest, plants and animals, that provide the deepest source of inspiration for Hawaiian music. These currents run deep in slack key guitar playing, as accompaniment to vocals, as instrumental composition or as interpretations of vocal pieces. Slack key guitar…Find out more »
A 3-day showcase of “Made in Hawaii” products, including food, books, art, gifts, fashions, plants, crafts, produce and more. Plus cooking demonstrations and ongoing entertainment. WHEN: Friday – Sunday, August 21-23, 2015 Friday & Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Find out more »
The annual event is held at venue sites throughout Waikiki, August 22-30, 2015. OceanFest features a variety of ocean sports that were close to Duke Kahanamoku’s heart: Longboard Surfing, Paddleboard Racing, Swimming, Tandem Surfing, Surf Polo, Beach Volleyball, and more!Find out more »
Our events feature approximately 75-100 fine artists and handcraft artisans who display their own art for sale including jewelry of all types, clothing, wood products, stained glass, ceramics, soaps and candles, bags, quilts, lauhala products. The events are scheduled from 9am – 4pm both Saturday and Sunday. Artfest is located in Kapiolani Park at the Diamond Head end of Waikiki, across from the Honolulu Zoo. Admission is free, and we have live entertainment as well as great food available for…Find out more »
Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Pacific announce the return the Greek Festival. The 2015 Festival will be held at McCoy Pavilion in Ala Moana Park on August 29th and 30th from 12 noon until 9PM. This marks the 34th year for the popular festival and the 50th anniversary of the Greek Orthodox Church in Hawaii. The festival includes old favorites including Greek specialties like Spanakopita (Spinach Pie), Gyro Sandwiches, Moussaka, Pastichio, Greek Chicken, Souvlaki (shish-ka-bob), Loukaniko…Find out more »
The Okinawan Festival is a celebration of Okinawan culture that features live entertainment, dancing, Okinawan food and games for the children.Recognized as one of Hawaii’s most successful ethnic celebrations, and a popular premier event for 30 years that has now become one of the main Oahu Events and Festivals, it attracts more than 50,000 people from all over the world. Kapiolani Park, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. with Bon Dance from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. & Sunday…Find out more »