For those hot summer days where you are craving to spend some time inside, explore one of Big Island’s theaters to get your fix of live music, plays, and films.
Aloha TheatreVisit Website
The mission of the Aloha Theatre is simple, “to enrich the lives of Hawaii residents and visitors by providing quality live theatre, performing arts education, and a venue for artistic expression. Feel the Aloha from the moment you step into this theater located in the quaint town of Kealakekua.
Kahilu TheatreVisit Website
A non-profit community arts & education center located in Kamuela. The team behind the theatre aims to bring creative arts to the community and believes that it is essential to a thriving community! They have amazing outreach and educational programs that make the arts a more accessible part of everyday life.
Palace TheatreVisit Website
A prominent building in downtown Hilo, the Palace Theatre has been entertaining the community through films, shows, and live events since the 1920’s. All varieties of shows are shown at the theater including festivals, documentaries, independents, and screen classics. It also is a popular gathering place for music festivals, ballets, and halaus.
The People’s TheatreVisit Website
Rich with history, the People’s Theatre in Honoka’a was built in the 1930’s and is Hawaii Island’s largest with its 525 seat movie theatre. The theatre streams independent films, mainstream films and live events.