Your Guide to the Perfect Weekend in Honolulu: June 15–21, 2022

Henry Kapono

Photo: Steven Roby


Henry Kapono

Saturday, June 18, 6 p.m.

Led by Henry Kapono, an all-star lineup of Hawai‘i’s legendary musical artists will perform at the Waikīkī Shell as part of a not-to-be-missed celebration of the soundtrack of the Islands. Other legendary performers include Kalapana, Robert Cazimero, Keola Beamer, Jerry Santos, The Mākaha Sons, Ledward Kaapana, Amy Hanaiali‘i, Na Leo Pilimehana, Brother Noland, Robi Kahakalau, Kapena and Kimié Miner.


$84–$324, Waikīkī Shell, 2805 Monsarrat Ave., henrykapono.com

 



Black Voices Matter

June 17 and 18, 7:30 p.m.

Presenting poetry, music and comedy, Black Voices Matter is back for an encore at Mānoa Valley Theatre. The celebration of Black arts and culture happens ahead of the Juneteenth federal holiday, which commemorates the end of slavery in the country. Spoken word and hip-hop artist Black Chakra is among the stellar lineup of artists at this spoken word event.

$25–$35, Mānoa Valley Theatre, 2833 E. Mānoa Road,  manoavalleytheatre.com


Tomahawk Steak Fathers Day Credit Thomas Obungen

Photo: Thomas Obungen


Treat Dad to Steak on Father’s Day

Sunday, June 19

If you’re planning to take dad out for a meal on Father’s Day, consider treating him to a juicy steak dinner from one of the selected steakhouses in Frolic Hawai‘i’s roundup. The list includes HONOLULU’s 2022 Hale ‘Aina Award winners in the steak category, along with some other choices that offer hearty and delicious dine-in and takeout specials.

See Frolic’s roundup of steak restaurants


Healer Stones of Kapaemahu

Photo: Kanaka Pakipika


The Healer Stones of Kapaemahu

Opens Saturday, June 18

This new Bishop Museum exhibition, opening on June 18,  explores the history and contemporary meanings of four large pōhaku (stones) on Waikīkī Beach. These pōhaku were placed long ago as a tribute to four māhū people of dual male and female spirit, who brought healing arts from Tahiti to Hawaiʻi. Using immersive media and innovative storytelling approaches, the exhibition combines film, art, archival documents, images, and other interactive elements to serve as a reminder of Hawaiʻi’s history of inclusion and acceptance.

Ticket prices vary for admission to museum, Bishop Museum, 1525 Bernice St., bishopmuseum.org


Fireworks Cropped

Photo: Courtesy Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikīkī Beach Resort


Friday Night Fireworks

Friday, June 17, starts at 8 p.m.

After a two-year pandemic pause, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikīkī Beach Resort’s Friday night firework show is back in full, colorful splendor. The weekly spectacle—which began in 1988 and was halted in March 2020—had long drawn both visitors and residents to Waikīkī to celebrate the start of the weekend. Be sure to arrive early to secure a good viewing spot on the beach. A possible viewing spot if you don’t feel like heading into Waikīkī: Pu‘u O Kaimukī Park.

Free, Waikīkī 

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