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Con­cert Se­ries July 27, Aug. 31

Some of O’ahu’s lead­ing artists will per­form dur­ing Waimea Val­ley’s “Ho’i Hou Mai I–Re­turn to the Val­ley” con­cert se­ries.

Fam­ily Sun­day July 21

Bring the fam­ily to Fam­ily Sun­day at the Honolulu Mu­seum of Art and Spald­ing House.

Joy of Sake Aug. 9

Chop­sticks are op­tional but a glass of fer­mented rice wine is manda­tory. The Joy of Sake re­turns to the Hawaii Con­ven­tion Cen­ter where sake en­thu­si­asts will be able to sam­ple an ex­ten­sive line of pre­mium sake styles in the jun­mai, ginjo, daig­injo and ki­moto cat­e­gories.

Ke Kani O Ke Kai Aug. 11

The Waikīkī Aquarium’s pop­u­lar an­nual sum­mer con­cert se­ries of­fers vis­i­tors and res­i­dents an evening of live mu­sic and food un­der the stars. Bring blan­kets to sit on the beach­front lawn.

Duke’s OceanFest Aug. 17–25

Held through var­i­ous spots around Waikīkī, Duke’s OceanFest has be­come a nine-day, openo­cean com­pe­ti­tion, which in­cludes men’s, women’s, tan­dem and keiki (kids) surf con­tests.

Made in Hawai‘i Aug. 16-18

The 25th An­nual Made in Hawai‘i Fes­ti­val show­cases ev­ery­thing from food prod­ucts and ap­parel to ac­ces­sories, art­work, books and more.

Aloha Fes­ti­vals Aug. 31–Sept. 30

More than just “hello” or “goodbye,” aloha is a way of liv­ing and be­ing. Aloha Fes­ti­vals shares this through Hawai‘i’s mu­sic and dance. Fes­ti­val high­lights in­clude the Waikīkī Ho‘olaule‘a (Sept. 21) and the Flo­ral Pa­rade (Sept. 28).



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