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The Ultimate Oahu Family Guide

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Oahu Free Shows and Entertainment


Ala Moana Shopping Center

There are 500 performances annually held at Centerstage, including children’s hula and street dancing.


Chinatown

Every Friday after 5 pm there is a popular street event with free music and open houses at art galleries.

Chinatown is located in Honolul in between Beretania St., Nimitz Hwy., Nu’uanu Ave. And River St.


Hilton Hawaiian Village Fireworks

Every Friday night.

2005 Kalia Rd., Honolulu


Iolani Palace

The Royal Hawaiian Band presents free concerts on most Fridays, weather permitting, from 12-1 pm.


Kapiolani Bandstand

Kapiolani Park

The Royal Hawaiian Band

2-3 pm every Sunday


Kapiolani Park Beach Center Ocean Promenade

Torch lighting and Hawaiian music, and hula at the

6:45 pm every Saturday and Sunday.


Keiki Club Tuesdays at Pearlridge

Each Tuesday from 10:30 am-12 noon brings a new form of entertainment for children, including crafts, storytelling, face-painting, and live entertainment.

Pearlridge Center, 231 Pearlridge Center, Aiea

(808) 488-0981

Regal Theaters Free Family Film Festival

July and August, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. There is a choice between two movies.

Dole Cannery Stadium 18 & IMAX

735 B Iwilei Rd., Honolulu (808) 528-3653


Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center

Polynesian Cultural Center (Sample Performance)

Thursday and Saturdays, 11-11:45 am


Sheraton Waikiki

Evening performances by the pool daily


Sunset on The Beach

This great program begins at 5 pm with live musical performances. Then, at about 7 pm, families are treated to a free movie shown on a 30 foot screen. Food is sold to all visitors from a variety of vendors, and chairs and tables are also provided to everyone free of charge. This program is located at Queen’s Beach across from the Honolulu Zoo.