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Top 5 things to do this weekend (June 14-16)


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June 13, 2013


Live Music

The Republik Music Festival

Friday, June 14-Saturday, June 15

For the third year running, The Republik is expanding its Music Festival over two days to make room for more performers. The first day will feature Excision, Infected Mushroom, Brillz and DJ Muggs. On the second day, guests can look forward to the sounds of Damian Marley and Santigold. 5 p.m., $42.50 ages 18+, Kakaako Waterfront Park, 102 Ohe St., flavorus.com



Aloha International Piano Festival

Saturday, June 15-Saturday, June 22

World-renowned pianists and aspiring young pianists will showcase their music skills as they compete for Festival honors in this weeklong event. Guests will not only be able to enjoy live performances, but can also sign up for free workshops to learn from the masters. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., free, Hawaii Convention Center, 1801 Kalakaua Ave., alohapianofestival.com.



International Coastline Cleanup Day

Saturday, June 15

Join Sustainable Coastlines, the Surfrider Foundation and the BAMP team as they make Diamond Head Beach Park a cleaner, happier and more beautiful place to be. Those involved in the beach cleanup will receive free giveaways to the Damian Marley and Santigold concert that night at The Republik Music Festival. 9 a.m., free, 3451 Diamond Head Road.



Red Bull X-Fighters Jams

Saturday, June 15

Bikers of all ages are invited to come check out their favorite riders at this freestyle motocross demonstration. Live jumps and tricks will be performed by Keith Sayers, Wes Agee and three-time X-Games Gold Medalist Ronnie Renner. After the demo, guests will be able to meet the athletes and get their autograph. 6-8 p.m., free, Honolulu Night Market, 683 Auahi St.



Aotearoa New Zealand Film Festival

Sunday, June 16-Friday, June 21

The Honolulu Museum of Art presents the Aotearoa New Zealand Film Festival, showcasing eight films for your viewing pleasure. These inspiring features and shorts explore Aotearoa’s rich culture, wicked sense of humor and distinctive cinematic visions. To view the film lineup, show times and to purchase tickets, visit honolulumuseum.org. $15 general admission, $12 museum members, Doris Duke Theatre, 900 S. Beretania St.


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