• Friday, September 21, 2018
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Do It: ‘Supernatural,’ Peter Rowan, Gamelan, Anuhea

More details about the top events of the week ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Do It: Jimmy Buffett, Brooklyn Raga Massive, more

Top highlights of the week ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Do It: Lea DeLaria, Waikiki Beer Fest, Mayday Parade

Highlights of events coming up this weekend and next week in Honolulu, courtesy TGIF. Read More
 

Do It: Metalfest, Sosoupersam, Ray Parker, Kalani Pe’a

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Do It: Windward Carnival, Silent Disco, Te Aito, PechaKucha

E.K. Fernandez is joining Windward Mall in celebrating the windward landmark’s 35th anniversary with a second annual Windward Carnival in the mall’s parking lot. Read More

Do It: Jack Johnson, Pacific Ink & Art Expo, America

The Pacific Ink & Art Expo and America return to the Blaisdell, Jack Johnson headlines two concerts at the Waikiki Shell and the second annual Hawaii International Music Festival takes place at Blue Note Hawaii. Read More

Do It: Shakespeare Fest, Jimmy Borges tribute, Ballet Hawaii

Dancers put their best foot forward with “Cool Ballet for a Hot Summer: A Medley of American Dance,” Ballet Hawaii’s summer presentation. Read More

Do It: Dieselboy, Ong King relocates, Lookas

Dieselboy, one of the most prolific artists in the genre known as drum and bass, beats a path to The Republik for a set on Friday. Read More

Do it: Midsummer Night’s Gleam, Haleiwa arts, ukulele music

Foster Botanical Garden lights up again with the annual Midsummer Night’s Gleam, after taking a year off to allow for repairs on the garden’s upper terrace. Read More

Do It: An evening of jazz, Sesame Street, guitarist McKee

In their annual celebration of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, the Hawaii Friends of Civil Rights hosts a free, family-friendly First Friday event at the Hawaii State Art Museum with art and live music, along with reflections on civil rights and liberties in the islands, with support from the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Read More

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