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Sizzling summer arrivals at Royal Hawaiian Center
Now that summer's officially here, you're ready for a blockbuster season (of shopping). Good thing Royal Hawaiian Center is rolling out a slew of stylish new releases - we're talking major coming attractions. Check them out below then head into Waikiki for some brights, camera, action.
Eel of Fortune
As we mentioned over the weekend, Fighting Eel Waikiki is now open. The 820-square-foot space carries the new Fighting Eel and Ava Sky summer collections and other apparel lines, jewelry and accessories. Insider tip: be on the lookout for exclusive jewelry styles. Several local designers will be making pieces just for the Waikiki store.
Building B, Level 1, (808) 524-1472, FightingEel.com.
Legends in Concert Waikiki now offers exclusive Friday night kamaaina packages for Rock-A-Hula, a high-energy show featuring world-class tribute artists channeling Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Steven Tyler. Pay just $47.49 to enjoy pupu, cocktails and wine plus an exclusive meet-and-greet with Chris VanDahl (a.k.a. Steven Tyler) in the VIP lounge before the show.
6:45 p.m. cocktail hour, 8 p.m. show, valid Hawaii ID required. For reservations, call (808) 629-7469 or click here.
Silver Rhino, Royal Hawaiian Center's newest addition, opens Tuesday. The locally owned store offers gold, silver, and stainless steel jewelry, plus its own exclusive collection of handcrafted Hawaiian jewelry. Bonus: spend $50 or more to get a free gift while supplies last, plus enter to win an exclusive gift set valued at $200.
Building A, Level 2, (808) 946-6671.
Malie Kai Chocolates will open its first-ever retail store next month and to celebrate, the company is launching a brand-new product: Hawaiian rum truffles. The confections will be sold exclusively at the store alongside Malie Kai Chocolate's award-winning bars, all made from Hawaii-grown cacao beans.
Opens July 16 in Building C, Level 1, (808) 599-8600, MalieKai.com.
Royal Hawaiian Center is located at 2201 Kalakaua Ave. Get one hour of free parking with validation, then pay just $1 per hour for the next three hours. For more information, visit RoyalHawaiianCenter.com. Photos courtesy: Royal Hawaiian Center, Legends in Concert, Silver Rhino, and Malie Kai Chocolates.
Posted on Friday, June 21, 2013 in Permalink