Catch A Free Movie or Hula Show in Waikiki, While It Lasts

FREE Hula Show @ Kuhio Beach

Watching a movie under the stars is just about the coolest cinematographic experience there is. Better than IMAX. Better than the new 007 on opening night. Here on Oahu, you can enjoy the Sunset Movie every month, broadcast on a 30-foot screen on Queens Beach in Waikiki. Local vendors sell food or you can pack your own. But get there before the 7 p.m.-ish start time, the good spaces get snatched up quick. For a schedule and more info, check out www.sunsetonthebeach.net

Also gratis is a daily hula show at Kuhio Beach, which is near the intersection of Uluniu and Kalakaua Avenues. It kicks off with the traditional torch lighting and conch blow, then it’s about an hour of local traditional dance. Make sure to bring your own mat or chair, it’s lawn seating only. Happens every day but Monday. Visit http://www.gohawaii.com/event?id=10549.

But the funding for this uber-cool activity is in jeopardy, thanks to declining tourism dollars flowing into our state, according to the Hawaii Tourism Authority. So take advantage of it while you can, or email the HTA to tell them to save the free stuff! www.hawaiitourismauthority.org




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