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For those hot summer days where you are craving to spend some time inside, explore one of Oahu’s independent theaters to get your fix of live music, plays, and films.

  • Blaisdell Center

    Since its opening in 1964, the Blaisdell Center has been a community center in Oahu for entertainment, meetings, trade shows, cultural gatherings, and more. The center is located in downtown Honolulu and includes an Arena, Exhibition Hall, Galleria, Concert Hall, meeting rooms and parking structure.

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  • Diamond Head Theatre

    Diamond Head is the third oldest theater in the United States and is known as a true community theatre on Oahu. Located in Honolulu near Diamond Head Crater, this theatre has an immense amount of history and is a lively center for the arts. With a rotating busy schedule of musical, dance performances, and shows check out their schedule online!

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  • Hawaii Theatre

    This historic theatre has been providing cultural and entertaining experiences since 1922 and is listed on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places. The theatre is located in downtown Honolulu in Chinatown and draws in about 80,000 – 100,000 guests a year.

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  • Kumu Kahua Theatre

    Founded in 1971, this theater produces plays by Hawaii playwrights for the people of Hawaii. Sharing the rich culture of the Hawaiian people, Kumu Kahua translates to “original stage” and is a local theatre representing local community lifestyle.

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  • Manoa Valley Theatre

    Located in downtown Honolulu, the Manoa Theatre was founded in 1969 by graduate students at the University of Hawaii who wanted to create “Hawaii’s first professional resident adult theatre organization”. Contemporary plays and musicals, the Manoa Theatre puts on an array of great performances throughout the year.

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  • Sunset on the Beach

    Not your typical theater, this free “theater” is a 30 foot screen showing movies on the weekends at Queen’s Surf in Waikiki Beach. There are food vendors with a variety of cuisines for you to buy before settling in to enjoy the show. Chairs and tables are provided.

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