Your Guide to the Perfect Weekend in Honolulu: Sept. 8–14, 2022

Cheer for Honolulu’s Little League world champions, celebrate a theater turning 100 and treat your favorite four-legged friend to a pet-centric fair.


Little League

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2022 Honolulu Little League Parade

Thursday, Sept. 8, noon to 2:30 p.m.

To celebrate the Honolulu team winning the 2022 Little League World Series, the city will hold a parade that starts at ‘A‘ala Park, goes down King Street and ends at Honolulu Hale. Marching bands, firetrucks and local baseball teams will be part of the parade. At Honolulu Hale, there will be live music, a proclamation and presentation of gifts.


Family-Friendly Event, from ‘A‘ala Park to Honolulu Hale,



Walker & Royce

Saturday, Sept. 10

EDM group Walker & Royce have been enjoying the dance music spotlight since 2011, with songs like “Connected” and “Sister.” They’ll perform live for fans 18 and older this weekend.


$20–$30, The Republik, 1349 Kapi‘olani Blvd., #30, (808) 941-7469,, @jointherepublik


2022 Centennial Celebrations at Hawai‘i Theatre

Saturday, Sept. 10, 6 p.m.

The Hawai‘i Theatre celebrates a century of performances and generations of audiences with two events. Audiences can choose the “Through the Decades” show, which highlights 100 years of entertainment with music, dance and storytelling by Amy Hānaialiʻi, Johnny Valentine, Kristian Lei, Pōmaikaʻi and more. Or, opt for a centennial soiree, where you can enjoy the show and then step onto Bethel Street for a glam outdoor dinner prepared by renowned chef Vikram Garg.


Begins at $250, Hawai‘i Theatre, 1130 Bethel St., (808) 528-0506,, @hawaiitheatre



Anything Goes

Friday, Sept. 9, to Sunday, Sept. 25

This romantic tale tells of nightclub singer Reno Sweeney’s voyage to England with her pal, Billy Crocker, who has stowed away on board to be near his love, Hope Harcourt, who is engaged to someone else. This elaborate love triangle includes tap-dancing sailors, blackmail and a few disguises. Shows are Thursdays through Sundays, various times. Masks required.


$20–$35, Diamond Head Theatre, 520 Makapu‘u Ave.,, @diamondheadtheatre




Thursday, Sept. 8, to Sunday, Sept. 25

Enter the Kit Kat Klub, Berlin’s seedy nightclub where everything is “beautiful,” even in the tumultuous years leading up to World War II. Follow Cliff Bradshaw, an American writer who falls in love with the beautiful Sally Bowles, and see what life was like in those turbulent times.


$24–$42, Mānoa Valley Theatre, 2833 E. Mānoa Road, season subscriptions start at $185, individual tickets are $24–$42, shows are Thursdays through Sundays,, @manoavalleytheatre



Jersey Boys Sherry

From left: Devon Goffman, Eric Chambliss, Jon Hacker and Matt Faucher. Photo: Joan Marcus


Jersey Boys

Tuesday, Sept. 13, to Sunday, Sept. 25

Four guys from Jersey become a singing sensation, The Four Seasons. This musical follows how they became famous on stage, but also shows audiences what was happening behind the scenes. Recommended for ages 12 and older.


$39–$109, Blaisdell Concert Hall, 777 Ward Ave.,, @broadwayinhawaii


SEE ALSO: The Lineup: Musicals, Plays and Theater Performances Happening in Honolulu


Saturday 299

Photo: Courtesy of I-C Photography/Ikaika Anderson

46th Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow

Saturday, Sept. 10, and Sunday, Sept. 11, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The O‘ahu Inter-Tribal Council holds its annual Intertribal Powwow, a festival that aims to share  Indigenous traditions and practices with audiences. Explore workshops, participate in fundraisers and listen to Indigenous performers and speakers.


Family-Friendly Event, discounted Bishop Museum admission for kamaʻāina and military with ID is $5 per person, Bishop Museum, 1525 Bernice St., (808) 847-3511,, @hipowwow



Aloha Pet and Family Fair

Saturday, Sept. 10, and Sunday, Sept. 11, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.

Treat your favorite four-legged friend to the island’s biggest pet event, with activities, workshops, giveaways and more. Past fairs have featured a pet obstacle course, a charcuterie board for dogs (a “pawcuterie”) and local vendors selling pet clothing, treats and accessories.


Family-Friendly Event, free, Ward Village, 1240 Ala Moana Blvd., #200, (808) 591-8411,, @wardvillage



Dac Art Show

Photo: Tracy Chan/Downtown Art Center


The DAC Art Show

Through Saturday, Sept. 10, open Tuesdays through Sundays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This exhibit celebrates the launch of two new Downtown Art Center publications: The DACArts Magazine, and Courage Poured Into My Heart: Stories of Grief, Hope and Love by Sandy Pohl, DAC’s executive director. The first is an 80-page magazine showcasing DAC over the past two years with in-depth artist profiles and community spotlights. The second is a coffee-table book featuring stories of local members of the art community who have used art to help them overcome the grief of losing a loved one.


Free, Downtown Art Center, 1041 Nu‘uanu Ave., (808) 773-7339,, @downtownartcenter


Kolohe Kai

Photo: Harris Davis


Kolohe Kai

Saturday, Sept. 10, 6 p.m.

This reggae pop group, formed in 2009 by Roman De Peralta, is well-known and beloved for songs like “Ehu Girl,” “This Is The Life” and “Cool Down.” Now a solo project, Peralta  will sing some familiar tunes and some new ones too, from his latest album, Hazel Eyes. Everyone ages 4 and up will require a ticket.


$45 and up, Waikīkī Shell, 2805 Monsarrat Ave., (808) 768-5400,, @waikikishell