Things to Do on O‘ahu in June 2023

Admire a colorful array of flora, dance in the streets at Honolulu’s largest Obon and enjoy the songs of a beloved Broadway musical.


The Garden Club Of Honolulu Major Flower Show

Photo: Courtesy of Honolulu Museum of Art



The Garden Club of Honolulu’s Major Flower Show

June 23–25, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.–9 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Normally occurring every three years, this vibrant garden show is the first since 2018. This year’s theme is “Oceans: Beyond the Reef.” Organizers hope to articulate the ocean’s abundant resources and the importance of its preservation through art. Peruse exhibits of flower arrangements, photographs, botanical jewelry and more.


$10 Hawai‘i residents, $20 general admission, Honolulu Museum of Art,



Air Supply

Photo: Courtesy of Blue Note Hawai‘i



Air Supply

June 27–28 and 30, and July 1–2, 7 p.m.

Known for their power ballads, this Australian soft rock duo topped the charts in the ’80s with hits that include “All Out of Love,” “Making Love Out of Nothing at All,” and “Every Woman in the World.” Don’t miss an evening filled with their classic love songs and more contemporary releases.


$95–$315, Blue Note Hawai‘i,, @bluenotehawaii


SEE ALSO: Your Ultimate Guide to Concerts and Live Music in Honolulu


Moiliili Bon Dance 373

Photo: Courtesy of Mō‘ili‘ili Summer Fest



Mō‘ili‘ili Summer Fest

July 1, 5–10 p.m.

Celebrate Obon season at this bon dance and street festival in Mō‘ili‘ili. With entertainment, food vendors and a traditional bon dance, this event is fun for the whole family.


Free admission, Old Varsity theater parking lot and Coyne Street between University Avenue and Kai‘ali‘u Street,, @moiliilifest


FAST FACT: This year’s Kamehameha Day parade and Ho‘olaule‘a are scheduled for June 10.




June 13–18, various times

This beloved Broadway show is a spectacle of extravagant costumes, song and dance. As one of the longest running Broadway shows, it’s sure to leave you with a “Memory.”


$48.50–$128.50, Blaisdell Concert Hall,, @broadwayinhawaii


SEE ALSO: What a $44 Million Renovation Will Do for Honolulu’s Blaisdell Center



Harry Mack

June 15, 8:30 p.m

This epic freestyle rapper took the internet by storm when his live interactive freestyles went viral. His fully improvised show incorporates audience topic suggestions and is nonstop high-energy entertainment.


$40, The Republik,, @harrymack




Dance Nation

June 16–July 2, Friday and Saturday 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 4 p.m.

This Pulitzer Prize finalist drama follows an adolescent dance team as it strives to win at Nationals; its members’ journeys of self-discovery are less about dance and more about relationship dynamics with each other and themselves.


$20–$35, KOA Theatre,, @koa_theater




Ali Wong

June 23–25, 7 p.m.

Wong has multiple Netflix specials and movies under her belt, including the recent dramedy series Beef. Known for her raw and honest wit, this standout comedian is sure to deliver countless laughs at one of the concert hall’s last events before it closes for renovations. Friday night is already sold out, so make sure to grab tickets for Saturday or Sunday while you can.


$49.75–$250, Blaisdell Concert Hall,, @aliwong, BUY TICKETS



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