Parade

VENUES

WAIKIKI - KALAKAUA AVENUE

Kalakaua Ave.

PAN-PACIFIC HO'OLAULE'A

Seaside Avenue to Uluniu Avenue
Friday, June 9, 2017

PAN-PACIFIC PARADE

Ft.DeRussy to Kapiolani Park
Sunday, June 11, 2017

Kalakaua Avenue, “one of the world’s greatest avenues” is Waikiki's main thoroughfare and where its major attractions occur! It is a world-class pedestrian environment with publicly accessible gathering spaces adjacent to wide sidewalks with complementing landscaping and décor. Find upscale fashion boutiques, one of a kind retail shops, fine dining and noodle shops and access to Waikiki Beach all on the same street. The Pan-Pacific Festival opens with the Ho’olaule’a (block party) and closes with the Parade on beautiful, world-famous Kalakaua Avenue.

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WAIKIKI - KUHIO BEACH/HULA MOUND

Hula Mound

PAN-PACIFIC HULA FESTIVAL

Hula Mound
(near the Duke Kahanamoku Statue)
Friday to Sunday, June 9 - 11, 2017

Kuhio Beach is a section of Waikiki Beach stretching from the Moana Surfrider Hotel to Kapahulu Avenue. It is a well-liked beach for families since it provides a sheltered swimming area created by an offshore retaining wall. Kuhio Beach Hula Mound is located adjacent to the beach, near the Duke Kahanamoku statue, on Kalakaua Avenue (at Uluniu Avenue). It is a casual, outdoor stage situated under a majestic banyan tree and is the location for many hula concerts. Audiences sit on the grass, so bring your beach chairs and mats. Enjoy hula performances at the Pan-Pacific Hula Festival and watch the sun set on world-famous Waikiki Beach!

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WAIKIKI BEACH WALK

Waikiki Beach Walk
Performing Showcase

PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE

June 9 - 11, 2017

Waikiki Beach Walk®, to date the largest development in Waikiki's history, has become the gathering place of modern Waikiki for visitors and residents to shop, dine, play and stay. Spanning nearly eight acres in the heart of Waikiki, this exciting entertainment district includes a vibrant showcase of more than 40 world-class retailers in an open-air, two-level center, an array of delicious restaurants and casual eateries, an outdoor entertainment plaza featuring live performances regularly, plus four accommodation choices. Waikiki Beach Walk is the consummate expression of Hawaii today - it is a place where people come to be enriched by warm hospitality, a colorful mix of cultures, and treasures from the land and sea.

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ALA MOANA CENTER

Ala Moana Center
Performing Showcase

PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE

June 9 - 11, 2017

Ala Moana Center is a premier international and local shopping destination with over 290 shops and restaurants. From beachwear to high fashion, casual dining to fine dining, you'll find everything at Ala Moana Center, all in a beautiful open-air setting filled with lush tropical landscaping and koi ponds. The Center’s Centerstage hosts over 500 performances a year by local groups as well as visiting national and international entertainers. Centerstage is located at Center Court, Street Level 1. The Performing Arts Showcase will be held at Centerstage on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

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INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE

<Performing Showcase

PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE

June 9 - 11, 2017

The International Market Place features shopping in an open air environment and opportunities to experience a unique “Hawaiian Sense of Place” through the celebration of the history and culture of Waikīkī and its people. Water features and Hawaiian landscaping, including an iconic banyan tree more than a century old, are featured throughout the center. Enjoy daily performances at the torch-lit stage in Queens Court. International Market Place features approximately 75 retailers and Hawaii’s first Saks Fifth Avenue. The center provides a range of dining options as well. On the center’s third floor, is The Grand Lāna‘i, an amazing collection of seven signature restaurants offering indoor/outdoor dining and on the ground level is THE STREET, A Michael Mina Social House, a unique and exciting dining concept.

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