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Hawaii Beer Fest (2nd Annual)

Oahu

July 13, 2019:
Hawaii Beer Fest (2nd Annual).
Ohana Broadcast Company and Kurious Productions Present the 2nd Annual Hawaii Beer Fest: Event-goers can sample over 120 craft and draft beer styles featuring select international breweries, and including America and Hawaii’s favorite beer brands and breweries. Hawaii Beer Fest will also feature a variety of food booths, retail booths, adult party games, as well as, exclusive samples of beers found locally only at Hawaii Beer Fest…for one-night only! The event will be hosted by DJs and Hitmixers from radio stations, 931 Da Paina, 947 KUMU, 1027 Da Bomb and ALT 1059, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Rotary Club of Honolulu. Event goers will receive a commemorative lanyard, beer mug & bag. Lineup of brews found HERE This is a 21+ event Early-Access VIP Session starting at 5pm General- Admission 6pm – 9pm TICKETS General Admission: $45 VIP: $75 For more information and ticket sales visit: www.hawaiibeerfest.com

Obon Dance & Festival – Higashi Hongwanji Betsuin

Oahu

July 12, 2019 – July 13, 2019:
Obon Dance & Festival – Higashi Hongwanji Betsuin.
Experience this island celebration of the Obon Festival, brought to Hawaii by Japanese immigrants that have evolved into a social and cultural event. The Obon honors ancestors that have passed on with dances and festivals across the island that are held throughout the summer. Higashi Hongwanji Betsuin, Gannenmon “10,000 lantern” Mantoe service at 6:30 p.m. food booths open at 5:30 p.m. Festival from 6:30- 10 p.m. July 12-13, 1685 Alaneo St.

Obon Dance & Festival – Haleiwa Shingon Mission Obon Dance & Festival – Haleiwa Shingon Mission

Oahu

July 12, 2019 – July 13, 2019:
Obon Dance & Festival – Haleiwa Shingon Mission Obon Dance & Festival – Haleiwa Shingon Mission.
The summer Obon season perpetuates the Buddhist tradition of honoring the spirit of those passed on celebrated with special services and festivals. The festival includes food booths, taiko drummers and other colorful sights and sounds, bon dances that have become a cultural touchstone for all in Hawaii. Haleiwa Shingon Mission: Services at 6 p.m.; festival from 7 to 10:30 p.m. July 12-13, 66-469 Paalaa Road.

Obon Dance & Festival – Koboji Shingon Mission

Oahu

July 12, 2019 – July 13, 2019:
Obon Dance & Festival – Koboji Shingon Mission.
The summer Obon season perpetuates the Buddhist tradition of honoring the spirit of those passed on celebrated with special services and festivals. The festival includes food booths, taiko drummers and other colorful sights and sounds, bon dances that have become a cultural touchstone for all in Hawaii. Koboji Shingon Mission: 7 to 10:30 p.m. July 13 and 14, 1223-B N. School St. Parking available at Damien Memorial School.

Obon Dance & Festival – Rissho Kosei-Kai Hawaii

Oahu

July 12, 2019 – July 13, 2019:
Obon Dance & Festival – Rissho Kosei-Kai Hawaii.
Experience this island celebration of the Obon Festival, brought to Hawaii by Japanese immigrants that have evolved into a social and cultural event. The Obon honors ancestors that have passed on with dances and festivals across the island that are held throughout the summer. Rissho Kosei-kai Buddhist Church of Hawaii: 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. July 12 & 13, 2280 Auhuhu St., Pearl City; food booths open 6 p.m. http://rkhawaii.org/

Twilight Summer Concert Series Featuring Hale Hou (Hawaiian/Slack Key/Ukulele)

Oahu

July 11, 2019:
Twilight Summer Concert Series Featuring Hale Hou (Hawaiian/Slack Key/Ukulele).
This year’s Twilight Summer Concert Series is here! Thursday, July 11, featuring Hale Hou (Hawaiian/Slack Key/Ukulele. Enjoy a free admission between 4:30 – 7 p.m. The Twilight Summer Concert Series at the Foster Botanical Garden is a perfect way to enjoy Hawaii’s ideal summer climate, lush tropical beauty, and fun Honolulu entertainment – all for free!

Willie K

Oahu

July 09, 2019:
Willie K
will be performing at Blue Note Hawaii with 2 shows nightly at 6:30pm & 9:00pm. Willie K is a Maui based performer whose performances span genres and age, playing anything from blues, to jazz, to traditional Hawaiian music. Doors open at 5:00pm and 8:30pm respectively. Seating first come first served, no reserved seating. $10 minimum food or beverage purchase required per guest, not included in ticket price. Call our box office (808)777-4890 for inquiries.

Children and Youth Day

Oahu

July 06, 2019:
Children and Youth Day
is one of the biggest children’s events in the State of Hawaii will be represented at the Endless Summer Festival on July 6th, Saturday. The main drive through Waikiki will be closed to traffic. Booths, stages, crafts fairs, food vendors and a variety of entertainment will fill the night on Kalakaua Avenue. Estimated attendance is between 40,000 to 50,000 people. Introducing Hawaii’s keiki (children) to the visiting children from around the world through a series of childrens booths and sponsored activities. Booths may include educational programs, health and wellness booths and yes food trucks of every kind and flavors. A taste of Waikiki for all to enjoy. Bring the kids! It’s a family affair.

Obon Dance & Festival – Kaneohe Higashi Hongwanji Mission

Oahu

July 06, 2019:
Obon Dance & Festival – Kaneohe Higashi Hongwanji Mission.
Experience this island celebration of the Obon Festival, brought to Hawaii by Japanese immigrants that have evolved into a social and cultural event. The Obon honors ancestors that have passed on with dances and festivals across the island that are held throughout the summer. Kaneohe Higashi Hongwanji: 6:30 to 10 p.m. July 6, 45-520 Keaahala Road; food booths open 5:30 p.m. and service begins 6 p.m.

Obon Dance & Festival – Moiliili Hongwanji Mission and Moiliili Summer Fest (8th Annual)

Oahu

July 05, 2019 – July 06, 2019:
Obon Dance & Festival – Moiliili Hongwanji Mission and Moiliili Summer Fest (8th Annual).
MOILIILI SUMMER FEST RETURNS ON JULY 5 & 6.  Celebrate Obon season in historic Moiliili with Honolulu’s largest bon dance and modern street festival  The Moiliili Summer Fest celebrates historic Moiliili and the Obon season at 1110 University Ave., the former Varsity Theatre parking lot and Coyne Street, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.  The annual celebration FREE to attend and features a modern street festival alongside Honolulu’s largest Bon Dance. The Moiliili Summer Fest highlights the cultural diversity, history, and businesses of Moiliili. Kamehameha Schools in partnership with the Moiliili Hongwanji Mission and other community organizations including the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, The Moiliili Community Center, and the Old Town Moiliili Business Association have come together to deliver this lively event for their community. Moiliili Summer Fest is a foodie, shopping and family friendly event destination. In addition to the parking lot of the Varsity building, Food trucks fill Coyne Street between University Avenue and Kaialiu Street. Over 25 popular food booths and over 25 pop up shops fill the event alongside keiki games, cultural activities, DIY projects and MORE! https://www.moiliilihongwanji.org/