Hawai­ian Mu­sic/Hula

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DUKE’S WAIKIKI  Named af­ter the leg­endary Hawai­ian surfer Duke Ka­hanamoku, Duke’s Waikiki has two sec­tions: the din­ing room and the Bare­foot Bar and of­fers menus for break­fast, lunch, din­ner, chil­dren and drinks. Val­i­dated park­ing avail­able. dukeswaikiki.com. 2335 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.2268. KANI KA PILA GRILLE  True to the mean­ing of its name (kani ka pila means “to make mu­sic” in Hawai­ian), this pool­side restau­rant of­fers break­fast, lunch and din­ner plus an im­pres­sive nightly line-up of lo­cal mu­si­cians. out­rig­ger­reef-on­the­beach.com. Outrig­ger Reef on the Beach, 2169 Kalia Rd., 808.924.4990. KUHIO BEACH HULA SHOW A free sun­set hula show at Waikiki Beach near the Duke Ka­hanamoku statue. Ev­ery Tues­day, Thurs­day, Satur­day and Sun­day; the show runs 6:30-7:30 p.m., ex­cept dur­ing Novem­ber to Jan­uary when it runs 6 to 7 p.m. Kuhio Beach Hula Mound, beach­side at Ulu­niu Ave. & Kalakaua Ave. Times and sched­ules are sub­ject to change, call for more in­for­ma­tion. www.waikiki­im­prove­ment. com/waikiki-cal­en­dar-of-events/kuhiobeach-hula-show. WAIKIKI BEACH WALK Free per­for­mances by lo­cal hula dance troupes and ac­com­pa­ny­ing bands ev­ery Tues­day. Be sure to check the sched­ule on the web­site for free ac­tiv­i­ties. waikik­ibeach­walk.com. 227 Lew­ers St., 808.931.3591.

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