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Island Events – Please click the link to see events happening around Oahu and neighboring islands.Calendar of Events
We are centrally located in the heart of the Waikiki Beach Walk project, where you can experience entertainment, dining and shopping all within a few feet of our doorstep!
Waikiki Farmers Markets
Oahu Farmers Markets - There are many great Farmer's Markets on Oahu.
Royal Hawaiian Center Farmer’s Market
3:30 pm – 7:00 pm, Tuesdays
2201 Kalakaua Ave.
King’s Village Farmer’s Market
4:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Fridays
131 Ka‘iulani Ave.
Mahiku Farmer’s Market
4:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Thursdays
International Market Place – Waikiki (near the Food Court)
Waikiki Farmer’s Market
7:00 am – 1:00 pm, Tuesdays and Fridays
Waikiki Community Center’s parking lot
Every Sunday – Aloha Chapel Service on the 26th Floor – Owner’s Lounge
Waikiki Happy Hour – Check the Front Desk for dates. Ocean Suite Waikiki – 27th floor
Events subject to change
Waikiki Events - May 2013
EXPERIENCE THE BEATLES WITH RAIN
After a year on Broadway, this hit family show makes its debut in the islands, RAIN performs all of your favorite Beatles’ tunes including live versions of some of the band’s most challenging musical works. Blaisdell Concert Hal. $30 and up. Info at raintribute.com. Tickets 800-745-3000 or ticketmaster.com.
35TH ANNUAL VISITOR INDUSTRY CHARITY WALK
“Put Your Best Slippah Forward and join in this annual fundraiser for local charities. They need us more than ever and it feels great to get outside and give back. Only 6 miles to walk and each checkpoint offers ono grinds and live entertainment. Ala Moana Beach park McCoy Pavilion. Start time 7 a.m. 923-0407 or www.charitywalkhawaii.org.
8TH ANNUAL HAWAII BOOK & MUSIC FEST
MAY 18 & 19
Bibliophiles welcome the return of this popular annual family-friendly event with even more celebrated authors from Hawaii and around the world, along with the Bank of Hawaii Book Swap, live performances, panel discussions, story-telling, food, and keiki activities. Honolulu Hale. 10a.m. - 5 p.m. FREE admissions/parking. http://hawaiibookandmusicfestival.com.
Make way for the thousands of athletes as they run to Ala Moana Beach Park for this annual event. Guest can join any level from the 5K fun run to the Olympic triathlon relay. 6 a.m. Entry fees: $40-$245. Honolulutriathlon.com.
“HONOR FLIGHT” SCREENING
WWII historians won’t want to miss this stirring 90-minutes tribute to veterans of “the good war”. Seating is limited. RSVP required. Pacific Aviation Museum. Reception 5:30p.m. Film 6:30 p.m. $25. 441-1000 or visit PacificAviationMuseum.org.
Visitors are invited to watch the firing of pre-made ceramics in portable kilns and participate in a community kiln on May 25 (10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) Tea ceremony, lectures, demos, and more. No camping required. Camp Mokule’ia Beach. $5 per day. 521-3282 or www.hawaiicraftsmen.org.
Eclectic instrumental-electronica group Mice Parade performs music from its new release “Candela” along with familiar favorites. All ages (w/adult). The Republik. GA $15 (+$5 day of). 877-714-7668 or www.Groovetickets.com
Ceremonies will take place around the island for this day of remembrance. Don’t hesitate to help your guests find a way to commemorate friends, relatives, and patriots today.
GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA
The world-renowned quintessential big band orchestra makes its Hawaii debut this month and tickets are already on sale. Get in the mood for the golden age of swing. Blaisdell Concert Hall. 6 p.m. And up. 800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com.
15TH ANNUAL SHINNYO-EN LANTERN FLOATING CEREMONY
Nearly 40,000 participants are expected to swarm Ala Moana to watch over 5,000 glowing lanterns put out to sea with prayers and remembrances. This is don’t miss event for newcomers to Hawaii as well as locals. Traffic restricted all day & Ewa entrance closed inbound. Ala Moana Park. FREE. 6:00-7:30p.m. 955-5290 or www.lanternfloatinghawaii.com.
Indie pop group of Montreal is the brainchild of Georgia native Kevin Barnes and brings their vaudeville-inspired sound to Honolulu for one night only. Opening bands Clones of the Queen and Sting the Body. All ages w/adult. The Republik. 8 p.m. GA $25 (+$5 day of) Tickets: 877-714-668 or www.Groovetickets.com.
SOUND & BEAUTY
Two one act plays by David Henry Hwang explore the dark side of attraction through “The Sound of a Voice” and “The House of the Sleeping Beauties.” Kumu Kahua Theater. 808-536-4441. Through June 30.
KCC FARMERS MARKET
Fresh island produce, seafood, flowers and more are available from over two dozen vendors at Kapiolani Community College. Free. Saturdays- 7:30 am - 11 am. Tuesdays- 4pm – 7pm. 848-2074.