Din­ner, Sun­set And A Movie

Waikiki Magazine - - IPLAY - By Natalie Tarce

Sun­set on the Beach has been a Waikiki sta­ple since 2001, when former Honolulu Mayor Jeremy Har­ris in­sti­tuted this week­end event to boost the lo­cal econ­omy and in­crease com­mu­nity ac­tiv­i­ties. To­day, this event re­mains a pop­u­lar week­end at­trac­tion in Waikiki.

Sched­uled on most week­ends from 4 to 10:00 p.m., Sun­set on the Beach is a free event where ev­ery­one can come down to the Queen’s Surf Beach [C:11 Waikiki Map], across from the Honolulu Zoo, and en­joy a free night of en­ter­tain­ment and a movie on the beach. Fam­i­lyfriendly movies are aired and the event is also home to high-pro­file premiers for sto­ried TV shows such as Lost and Hawaii Five-0.

Live mu­sic starts around 4 p.m. with food ven­dors of­fer­ing a va­ri­ety of lo­cal dishes and street food. Vis­i­tors are then treated to a great view of the sun­set as the movie be­gins.

So if you’re look­ing for a fun night of food, en­ter­tain­ment and a movie right along Waikiki shores, get ready to dig your toes in the sand at Sun­set at the Beach.

For the lat­est Sun­set on the Beach sched­ule, call (808) 9231094 x1 or visit www.waikiki­im­prove­ment.com.

photo: ron slau­son

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