Lion-I Live Music

OnStage Drinks & Grinds

Sep 20, 2014 @ 9:00 PM

Lion-I will be performing live Roots Rock Reggae music in 432 Hz frequency. Originals and covers! This Saturday, September 20th starting at 9pm! Support local conscious music and the scene. No cover. For more information, visit

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For the first time, Marion Lyman-Mersereau's book Eddie Wen' Go, The Story of the Upside-Down Canoe will be adapted into a stage performance at Hawaii Theatre Center. It will be playing on Friday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. The play will include hula, chant, masks and puppetry as it explains the story of Eddie Aikau when Hokulea capsized. For a...

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Samadhi Live

Mamiya Theatre, St. Louis School

Sep 20, 2014

Samadhi Hawaii, the aerial acrobatic troupe, celebrates 10 years with a performance along with some musical friends: Vocalist Starr Kalahiki, composer John Signor, ukulele queen Taimane Gardner, harpist Sharene Taba, taiko drummer Mike Gonhata and others will join the dancers in their theater debut as a whole company. Read more about Samadhi Hawaii and the event here. September 20, 2 and...

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T Galleria Hawaii by DFS Beauty Events

T Galleria Hawaii by DFS

Sep 20, 2014 - Sep 22, 2014

Not that we don't LOVE ourselves, but there's something about the promise of a makeover that makes us all jump for joy. Well, get hopping, because T Galleria Hawaii by DFS is hosting two weeks of beauty events, including makeovers, giveaways, massages and insider tips. This Friday, you won't want to miss the Givenchy Makeup Party, which will have games, refreshments, gifts...

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This month’s Night Market partners with Present Project, a month-long artist residency program. Artists from around the country have taken over two Kakaʻako warehouses and filled them with art. In addition to checking out that overload of creativity, there’ll also be the usual Night Market food, fashion show and music. Look out for farm-fresh food vendors serving up...

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Ward Village’s NiteRun

Ward Village

Sep 20, 2014

A non-competitive run that supports nonprofit JDRF Hawai‘i and ends with a glow-in-the-dark street party? We’re sold! The 5K course begins at 7 p.m. at Kewalo Basin and snakes through Kakaʻako Waterfront Park and back. Whether you choose to walk or run, there’ll be a funtastic ending at Kewalo Basin Park with food and live entertainment. $55, 7 p.m., Ward Village,...

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Thousands will be roaming Kalākaua Avenue for this annual block party—and ultimate people-watching event—that celebrates the aloha spirit and Hawaiian culture.  Meander through the crowds, sample the food, and watch hula halau and Hawai‘ian music entertainers Mailani, Maunalua and Kapena, among others. Free, 7 to 10 p.m., Kalākaua Ave., Waikīkī,...

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Japanese boy band Arashi

Ko Olina Resort

Sep 20, 2014 - Sep 20, 2014

Arashi, a Japanese five-member boy band, was initially formed in Hawai‘i in September, 1999. Now it’s back to its hometown for a 15th anniversary concert at Kō ‘Olina Resort, with two evening performances fronting the lagoon. The mega-popular group has won 22 Japan Gold Disk awards and two Billboard Japan awards. $75 kids, $150 adults, Kō ‘Olina Resort, 92-1480...

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Nature's Wonders at Bishop Museum

Bishop Museum

Sep 20, 2014 - Oct 27, 2014

What: Museums meet Mother Nature this weekend at Nature's Wonders, a showcase of some of the most beautiful and spectacular specimens in the the Bishop Museum collection. Gaze upon iridescent butterflies, dainty seahorses and shimmering beetle-shell jewelry, as well as the famously intricate nautilus shell, corals and colorful flora. There will also be unique examples of nature-inspired...

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Present Project Works to Expand Hawaii Arts

Various locations

Sep 20, 2014 - Sep 30, 2014

This month, six artists from New York City; Miami; Toulouse, France; and Hawaii Island will take up residence in Kakaako for this project that aims to expand Hawaii’s role in the arts and  “to establish our residency as a place of innovation in education and socially engaged art practices.” The public is invited to attend its ongoing public and private events that...

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