Sunday, July 12, 2009

July 2009 Events in Hawaii

Hawaii events in July include 4th of July fireworks and celebrations on every island, the Roy Sakuma Ukulele Festival, several hula festivals, several fishing tournaments, the Tinman Triathlon, and many other events.
  • July 2009 Hawaii Calendar (Do It In Hawaii)
  • July Hawaii Events - by Island
  • July Hawaii Events - by Type

  • Friday, July 10, 2009

    New Cocktail Show at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel

    Curators of Hawaiian Music Waikiki's historic Royal Hawaiian Hotel - also known as the "Pink Palace of the Pacific" is now producing a weekly cocktail show called "Curators of Hawaiian Music". The shows will feature some of Hawaii's top award-winning musicians beginning with Makana in July and August of 2009, Maunalua in September and October of 2009, and Cecilio and Kapono in November and December of 2009. There will be two one hour concerts every Thursday night, one beginning at 7:30 and the other beginning at 9:30. Tickets are $49 per person with a two drink minimum, but dinner show tickets and discounts for children and Hawaii residents are also available. For more information about the Royal Hawaiian Hotel's "Curators of Hawaiian Music" show call the hotel at 808-931-7311 or visit:
  • Curators of Hawaiian Music
  • Royal Hawaiian Hotel

  • Wednesday, July 08, 2009

    Clear-Bottom Kayak Tour on Oahu's North Shore

    Clear Bottom Kayak Tours The Turtle Bay Resort on the north shore of Oahu is now offering kayak tours in Ocean Kayaks with clear panels in the bottom for viewing coral and underwater sealife. The tours are operated by Shaka Kayaks and they depart daily from the lobby of the Turtle Bay Hotel. Tour participants are driven to Kewala Bay where they are given an introductory briefing and an opportunity to practice paddling before the tour begins. The tours cost $100 amd they include transportation to and from the Turtle Bay Resort and light refreshments. For more information about the resort and its new kayaking tours see the official Web sites of the Turtle Bay Resort and Shaka Kayaks.