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HIN in Paradise! Annual Car Show & Nightlife Festival - After Christmas Celebration Edition
HIN is a tribute to the secret underground gatherings, night time social scene, and modified car culture in Japan and Europe. This night time production brought to you by HIN... has grown the car culture overseas and in North America for two decades.
Literally anyone can throw a lights-on car meet and call it a fest, a con, or an evolution... but not everyone knows the true secret of growing the car culture like HIN: Gathering the masses in large numbers through entertainment just like Fast and the Furious and Need for Speed Underground who also pay tribute to this night time global car society.
It's not just a meet or a show... HIN is the Ultimate Import Attraction!!
For the fourth year in a row, Hawaii's voted #1 New Year's Eve party will reprise its unbeatable entertainment, fun, food and celebratory experience. Ring in the New Year with five areas of amazing entertainment you won't find anywhere else, plus a fireworks show from 9 p.m. every hour until the clock strikes midnight.
Seven different areas of activities, with something exciting for everyone!
Area 1: Eat The Street with over 40 delicious food trucks and vendors
Area 2: EK Fernandez Ferris Wheel including rides, games and fun for the whole family
Area 3: Concert Stage featuring Hawaii's #1 reggae band The Green, Kapena and more
Area 4: Power Stage featuring the hottest DJ's plus national Super Stars The Cataracs
Area 5 and 6: Reserved for our exclusive VIPs, with elevated stage and private party cabanas.
Area 7: Volcano Vapor Lounge, Fire Dancers, Mechanical Bull rides and more
All ages! Presale tickets are available online at http://Ticketmaster.com and at all Ticketmaster outlets, including all area Wal-Marts, Blaisdell Box Office and select military outlets. To charge tickets by phone, call (808) 321-3895.
Celebrate the Chinese culture, customs, art and traditions at the Narcissus Festival. Ongoing since 1950, this festival features exhibitions, parties and cultural displays, as well as a beauty pageant. Festivities of the Chinese New Year also coincide with this event.
- Hawaii Theatre Address: 1130 Bethel St Honolulu HI USA 96813
With different themes each year, the Honolulu Festival showcases an eclectic program of cultural events aimed at promoting understanding and integration between the people of Hawaii. Visitors can enjoy live music, dancing, film screenings, art exhibitions and a colorful street parade.
- Waikiki Beach Honolulu Address: Honolulu HI USA 96703
This event honors the life and accomplishments of King Kamehamaha. Founded in 1971, this is one of Hawaii's longest running festivals. Celebrations begin with a statue ceremony and floral parade, which lead into musical performances and recitation of spiritual hymns.
Fusing the Pan-Pacific cultures, this weekend event kicks-off with a popular parade, following a marathon. The festival ends with a hula show at the Ala Moana Shopping Center where visitors are offered a introduction to this traditional dance.
Enjoy a day of live hula performances at the Prince Lot Hula Festival. Dances come from all around Oahu to participate in this event. There are many other highlights including a Hawaiian quilt exhibit, lomilomi massage, lau hala weaving demonstrations and lei making.
Join us for the Annual Rice Fest from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m! Showcasing dishes celebrating the world’s most popular staple, Rice Fest is a fun, exciting, unique local festival to recognize a grain that is a cultural cornerstone in Hawaii. Don’t miss the activities, including the building of the WORLD’S LARGEST SPAM MUSUBI, plus chef demonstrations, live entertainment and two contests: Da SPAM Musubi Eating Contest and “Riceipe” Cooking Contest. Get out your chopsticks and bring your appetite down to Hawaii’s Only celebration of rice!
With a focus on preserving the unique island culture, the Aloha Festivals showcases Hawaiian music, dance, cultural exhibits and performances. This event takes place on all the islands at various locations including Honolulu Hare, Kawaiaha'o Church, 'Iolani Palace, Pearlridge Center and Aloha Tower Marketplace. A floral parade is followed by opening ceremonies.