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The Hawaiian spirit is fertile with the soul of music from the traditional to the contemporary, from Hawaiian mele to Asian melodies to Western tunes. Discover the musical versatility of Hawaiian music and check to see if one of Hawaii's performers is celebrating the Hawaiian culture with a concert during your visit. Not to be missed are artists such as the Brothers Cazimero, Amy Hanaialii Gilliom, Jake Shimabukuro, Na Leo and Raiatea Helm.

Venues along Waikiki fill the air with the sounds of local artists nightly. Set aside an evening or two for the Honolulu Symphony, the oldest American orchestra west of the Rockies. Check out a performance with an internationally acclaimed guest from their MasterWorks Season Collection. For those who seek something less traditional, choose a performance from the symphony's Pops Season. Or head to one of Honolulu's clubs and restaurants for jazz, rock and contemporary sounds island style. On Fridays, step back into time as The Royal Hawaiian Band plays on the grounds of Iolani Palace. Wherever one goes on Oahu, the song of the trade winds in the palm trees are accompanied by the sound of music.

 Concert / Live Music / Entertainment Listings

Duke's Canoe Club
There may be no more exciting place to people-watch than at the Barefoot Bar. You could say it's the coolest hotspot on the island. Enjoy live music and live concerts on the beach every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Sip an exotic cocktail and enjoy a menu of memorable dishes including sandwiches, burgers, fish tacos, pizza, Hawaiian local plates and pupus.

House Without A Key
Sunset cocktails & Hawaiian music - the essence of Oahu
Immortalized in a 1925 Charlie Chan novel, House Without A Key is Halekulani's popular indoor/outdoor gathering spot for informal breakfast, lunch, cocktails, appetizers and entertainment. One of the favored traditions of the original Halekulani - cocktails and Hawaiian music under the century-old Kiawe tree - has been faithfully preserved here.

Halekulani’s signature mai tai is a classic to be enjoyed any time of the day. "Maita'i" means good in Tahitian, but one sip of our Mai Tai at Halekulani, and you'll know it means "great"! Learn how to make it yourself and download the recipe here.

Memorable sunsets with distinctive Hawaiian music nightly: Two former Miss Hawaii's, Kanoe Miller and Debbie Nakanelua, complement the music with their graceful and traditional hula.

Open 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Casual resort attire.

Edge of Waikiki
Sheraton Waikiki's new signature pool bar called Edge of Waikiki offers a lively, adult-only atmosphere with "Vint-Edge" cocktails – unique local libations, and entertainment by some of Hawaii’s most famed musicians.

Perched next to the Infinity edge pool the Edge of Waikiki was inspired by Waikiki’s glorious heyday of yesteryear, where classic Hollywood celebrities who frequented the area from the 20s through 60s had an impact on the pop culture of those eras.

Enjoy sunset specials from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm.



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