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News & EventsWAIKIKI EVENTS- SEPTEMBER 2015
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RAINBOW WARRIORS FOOTBALL VS. COLORADO BUFFALOES
September 3, 2015
Come out with your greens and support the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Football as they play against the Colorado Buffaloes, 7pm at the Aloha Stadium.
ALOHA FESTIVALS ROYAL COURT OPENING CEREMONY
September 5, 2015
Royal Hawaiian Hotel & Royal Hawaiian Center, Royal Grove from 2pm to 4pm. To kick off the festivities, the Aloha Festivals Royal Court will be introduced on the grounds of Helumoa, which was originally the home of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop. At the ceremony, the king, queen, prince and princess take their place on the royal court. The Alii court members receive their royal cloaks, helmets, head feather lei and other symbols of their reign. Traditional hula and chants make this a special event in the heart of Waikiki.
DRINK ALOHA CONCERT SERIES FEATURING KATCHAFIRE AND OOKLAH THE MOC
September 5, 2015
Drink Aloha Concerts, doors will open at 5pm and the concert runs from 6pm - 10pm. The head liners will take the stage at 8:30pm. GA $25 which includes park access for all rides and attractions. Music by Katchafire and Ooklah the Moc. Sea Life Park is also offering concert attendees a chance to enter the park early, at 2pm, to enjoy the various animal attractions and exciting dolphin shows, as part of the Drink Aloha Concert experience.
OKINAWAN FESTIVAL (9TH ANNUAL)
September 5-6, 2015
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 9am to 8pm with Bon Dance from 5:30pm to 9:30pm & Sunday from 9am to 5pm.
EAT THE STREET BLOCK PARTY
September 12, 2015
The event will close Lehiwa St. All traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Meheula Pkwy. to Hoalia St. 2pm-7pm.
KEIKI IN THE KITCHEN: FOOD, FITNESS & FUN!
Come see 250+ of the best tattoo artists, piercer’s and painting / drawing artists from Hawaii and around the world! Every August we showcase Culture and Tradition at our Festival to share and carry on the Pacific Islander Heritage with the world. It is our Manao (belief, desire) and Kuleana (responsibility) to assist in stewarding the tradition of Tattoo & Art here in Hawaii and share it with the world. At the Neal Blaisdell Center. FRI:3pm-11pm ,SAT:12pm-11pm andSUN:2pm-7pm.
CUP CAKE CAR MEET BENEFIT MAKE-A-WISH HAWAII
September 12, 2015
Cupcake Meet is a registered non-profit organization whose mission is to unite and promote car enthusiasts. The event here in Hawaii will bring together a community and raise money for Make-A-Wish Hawaii's mission to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. This is not a car show, it is a chance to show your car. Bring what you have. No matter how far along you are in upgrading your vehicle into your dream car, this is the place to share your pride and joy. So far, over 25 car clubs have committed to attend from classic cars, to trucks, to motorcycles, to imports. Come check out everything that enthusiast in Hawaii are motoring around the island. $10 dollar fee per driver and $5 dollars per rider. (Kids 15 and younger are FREE).
MURPHY’S HAWAII LITERACY BLOCK PARTY
September 13, 2015