Oahu Nightlife

From sunrise surfing lessons to dancing all night, you can go 24-hours in Waikiki without a dull moment.
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Meet contemporary local artists who follow a noble tradition in the arts district of Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown.
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Hawaii locals love to eat. And Oahu offers a variety of local comfort foods in off-the-beaten path neighborhoods like Kapahulu, just minutes from Waikiki.
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Oahu is Hawaii's center for the arts, entertainment and events with something happening just about every week of the year.
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A worldwide institution, Farmers’ Markets have been around almost as long as farms themselves, and on the island of Oahu, they’re more popular than ever.
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Follow the farm to table process from farmer’s markets and farm tours to the fine Hawaii Regional Cuisine restaurants of Oahu.
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Oahu has more festivals than any other island, ranging from parades to cultural celebrations.
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Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown come alive every first Friday of the month in a celebration of Oahu art and nightlife.
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In 1991, 12 Hawaii chefs established Hawaii Regional Cuisine, a culinary movement that inventively blends Hawaii’s diverse, ethnic flavors with the cuisine of the world.
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See authentic hula throughout Oahu at seasonal festivals, competitions, luau and live performances at hotels and resorts.
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From traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music to touring musicians and shows, Oahu has a variety of live music spots to discover.
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Haleiwa Town is the gateway to the North Shore and the perfect place to fuel up at local restaurants.
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From taking your first surfing lesson to getting your first taste of Hawaii Regional Cuisine, there's a wealth of activities to pursue in Waikiki.
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