Sum­mer on O’ahu means mu­sic and food fes­ti­vals, as well as fun in the sun with the en­tire fam­ily.

Where Oahu - - CONTENTS -


Cel­e­brat­ing the 80th an­niver­sary of Where® pub­li­ca­tions.

Con­trary to pop­u­lar be­lief, Hawai‘i does cy­cle through sea­sons and sum­mer is one of our fa­vorites. Not only is it a time when fam­i­lies gather for fun un­der the sun (pages 12-13) but it’s also when spe­cial sum­mer fes­ti­vals take place across the is­land (page 16). A few of the more en­ter­tain­ing events in­clude the two-day Prince Lot Hula Fes­ti­val, the Slack Key Gui­tar Fes­ti­val and the 46th An­nual ‘Ūkulele Fes­ti­val Hawai‘i (page 8). Chefs will put on their own show dur­ing a friendly “Throw­down” dur­ing Man­goes at the Moana (page 14).

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