Top 5 things to do this weekend (June 6-9) in Honolulu, Hawaii
Fashion Front Awards Hawaii
Thursday, June 6
Fashionistas are invited to attend the Fashion Front Awards, featuring six of Hawaii’s emerging fashion designers who will hit the runway in support of arts education. Guests will enjoy live music, food, cocktails and can participate in networking opportunities designed to spotlight rising talent. To purchase tickets, visit fashionfronthawaii.eventbrite.com. 8-11 p.m., $10, Thirtyninehotel, 39 N. Hotel St.
Arts & Culture
First Friday: Art Beer Music
Friday, June 7
This First Friday, the Chinatown Courtyard will be transformed into a secret beer garden. DJs from the Kitchen Music Society will perform musical mixes of jazzy and sophisticated sounds, and visitors will also be able to check out the Chinatown Artists Loft galleries. 5-10 p.m., free, 1126 Smith St.
The Co-op Shop Summer Edition
Saturday, June 8
The Co-op Shop is back this summer to feature some of Oahu’s finest local businesses for your shopping pleasure. There will be live music, prizes, food and vendors by Peace of Paradise, iGlam, Coco & Bee and many more. For admission to this event, bring a canned good to benefit the Hawaii Foodbank. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., free admission with one canned good, Bay View Golf Course, 45-285 Kaneohe Bay Dr.
97th Annual King Kamehameha Floral Parade
Saturday, June 8
This colorful celebration honors the reign of King Kamehameha, who united the Hawaiian Islands under his rule in 1795. There will be brightly decorated floats, energetic marching bands, traditional pau riders and Hoolaulea events for the whole family to enjoy. 9 a.m., free, King and Richards St. to Kapiolani Park.
Fairs & Festivals
34th Annual Pan-Pacific Festival
Sunday, June 9
Celebrate Hawaii’s international cultures at the Pan-Pacific Festival in Waikiki. This festival features an eclectic assortment of cultural arts, stage performances, food booths, crafts and a parade. To view the lineup of events and locations, visit pan-pacific-festival.com. 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m., free, Waikiki Beach Walk Plaza Stage, 227 Lewers St.
For more events, visit our online calendar.
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