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WAIKIKI EVENTS - DECEMBER 2016

STREET BIKERS UNITED-TOYS FOR TOTS CARAVAN

December 4, 2016

It will start at Magic Island, to Ala Moana Blvd., To Kalakaua Ave., To Monsarrat Ave., To Diamond Head Rd., To end at Kapiolani Community College-Daimond Head campus.  11am-1pm.

PEARL HARBOR “HAWAII REMEMBERS” BLOCK PARTY

December 4, 2016

Closure include: Waimanu St., Between Ward Ave., And Dreier St., And Kamani St., From Waimanu St., To Kawaiahao St. 4pm-9pm.

PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL ANNIVERSARY PARADE

December 7, 2016

It will start at Ft. DeRussy to Kalakaua Ave., To end at Kapahulu/Kalakaua/Monsarrat Ave. To grassy area fronting the Honolulu Zoo. 6pm-8:30pm.

MURPHY’S RONALD McDONALD GIFT WRAP ON MERCHANT STREET

December 7, 2016

The event will close Merchant St., All traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Nuuanu Ave., To Bethel St. Unopened gift requested. 6pm-10pm. 

HONOLULU MARATHON EXPO

December 8-10, 2016

Hawaii Convention Center. Free and open to the public.  Hours vary daily, usually around 9am-6pm. Souvenir sales will be at the expo as well as massages, sports gels, sunglasses and lots more on offer at the Marathon Expo and at Kapiolani Park after the race and again on Monday.  A free shuttle will take runners to the Hawaii Convention Center.  Stops include Duke Statue, DFS, and the Hilton Hawaiian Village on Kalia Road. 

BACK IN THE DAY-THE SONGS OF C & K

December 8-10, 2016 

Henry Kapono celebrates the music of Cecilio & Kapono. Just the mention of these songs immediately conjures up a “Lifetime Party” of “Friends” enjoying “Goodtimes Together,”....and the best is yet to come...Blue Note Hawaii.  Two shows: 6:30pm & 9pm.  Tickets $25-$45.  Kama’aina always gets 15% off. 

HONOLULU MARATHON EXPO

December 8-10, 2016

Free and open to the public.  Hours vary daily, usually around 9am-6pm. Souvenir sales will be at the expo as well as massages, sports gels, sunglasses and lots more on offer at the Marathon Expo and at Kapiolani Park after the race and again on Monday.  A free shuttle will take runners to the Hawaii Convention Center.  Stops include Duke Statue, DFS, and the Hilton Hawaiian Village on Kalia Road. 

BILLABONG PIPE MASTERS

December 8-20, 2016

The third and final jewel in the Vans Triple Crown is the most prized event of the season and decides the ASP World Champion, and Triple Crown champion of the Hawaiian winter surf season.  Pipeline.  The event will not take place every day, but only on the best surf days. 

HONOLULU MARATHON CONCERT/LUAU

December 9, 2016

Pre-race festivities include All-You-Can-Eat Buffet and Hawaiian entertainment.  Bands to be announced at a later time.  Waikiki Shell.  Tickets available for purchase by race entrants only.  $55/$125.  ($75 at the Expo.  No tickets will be sold at the door).  4pm-8:30pm.

DIM MAK 20TH ANNIVERSARY

December 9, 2016

World famous DJ Steve Aoki (and brother to Doraku Sushi owner Kevin Aoki) returns to the island to celebrate Dim Mak 20th Anniversary.  Tickets start at $65, round trip transportation from Aloha Stadium available for $25.  Hawaii Country Club.  Gates open at 6pm.

KALAKAUA MERRIE MILE RUN

December 10, 2016

Lane closures will begin at 5:30am.  It will start at Monsarrat Ave., Eastbound to Kalakaua Ave., U-turn fronting Hyatt Regency to Kalakaua Ave., To end at Queens Beach.  6:30am-8:30am.

SANTA SURFS IN

December 10, 2016

In what has become a holiday tradition, Santa arrives Hawaiian-style surfing into the beach on his canoe in front of the Outrigger Waikiki on the beach.  Hundreds line the shore to welcome St. Nick including a keiki halau.  Santa then heads into the lobby of the Outrigger Waikiki for pictures and a complimentary meet and greet.  Free.  Open to the Public.  9am. 

CHRISTMAS CONCERT

December 10, 2016

Ring in the holiday season with a special concert by the Honolulu Symphony Chorus.  $25.  St. Andrew’s Cathedral.  7:30pm.

HAWAII KAI HOLIDAY BOAT PARADE

December 10, 2016

Head on over to the Hawaii Kai Towne Center, grab a seat and watch the 20th annual Christmas Boat Parade as the elaborately decorated boats make their way around the marina (and vote for me!).  Live music usually begins at 4:30pm.  Parade begins around 6pm.  Hawaii Kai.

MELE KALIKIMAKA MARKETPLACE

December 10-11, 2016

This 2nd annual gift show aims to be your one stop shop for all your holiday shopping needs.  Offering everything from books, apparel, jewelry, pre-packaged gift baskets, local gourmet gifts and year-end inventory specials from varied distributors, there will also be a special Winter Wonderland, complete with snow, a Secret Santa Land and live entertainment.  Blaisdell.  $4 entry.  Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 10am-7pm.

HONOLULU MARATHON

December 11, 2016

With around 25,000 runners each year, the Honolulu Marathon is up there with the big ones such as Boston, New York, Chicago and London.  There are so many runners from Japan they make it large enough to compete with Boston and usually comprise around 60% of the total runners.  On your marks, the gun goes off at 5am., at Ala Moana Beach Park.  Prepare for closed roads and traffic delays.  The winners will return to Kapiolani Park on Monday at 10am. To sign autographs.

HOLIDAY POPS

December 11, 2016

The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra presents their annual Holiday Pops Concert with Maestro Rob Fisher and Natalie Ai Kamauu featuring Natalie’s original songs as well as classical holiday favorites.  Tickets from $27.  4pm. Blaisdell Concert Hall. 


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STREET BIKERS UNITED-TOYS FOR TOTS CARAVAN

December 4, 2016

It will start at Magic Island, to Ala Moana Blvd., To Kalakaua Ave., To Monsarrat Ave.,
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Honolulu, HI 96815
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