Honolulu (KHON2) – Whether you are attending a popular concert or heading to Hawaii’s top attraction or enjoying some beautiful Hawaiian music, there is always something to do at the end of the week. Mikey Monis breaks down the trendiest events, every Friday, when What’s Up Weekend airs on Living808.
Each week What’s Up Weekend highlights three of the most popular events around the state. From attending a virtual concert in your living room, to checking out the newest event, this weekly weekend report will have you calling up all of your family and friends for a fun night out.
POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER CELEBRATES REOPENING
The Polynesian Cultural Center is back open, and excited to welcome visitors of all ages to join in the fun. Guests can tour Polynesian villages, attend an award winning luau or experience Polynesian Cultural Centers’ newest attraction, Huki.
SHORE FYRE WELCOMES FAMILIES TO EAT BRUNCH WITH LIVE MUSIC
‘Ohana from all around Hawaii, as well as visitors are invited to Shore Fyre in Waikiki to try out their new brunch menu. Guests can enjoy local favorites, mimosas and live entertainment performed by Yoza, all from one of Waikiki’s top restaurants.
BISHOP MUSEUM PROVIDES RELAXING HAWAIIAN MUSIC FOR ‘OHANA
Visitors of Bishop Museum are invited to the Mauka Gallery Lawn at the Bishop Museum to enjoy a free performance of the Royal Hawaiian Band. After an exciting day of exploring the Bishop Museum, end your sunday night with relaxing Hawaiian music at one of Hawaii’s Top Attractions.
ARENA 808 SPORTS LOUNGE BRINGS THE PARTY VIBES TO THE 21 AND OVER SCENE
Vibe out at one Hawaii’s best kept lounges, Arena 808 Sports Lounge. Guests are invited to party the night away with great music, pau hana specials, karaoke rooms and amazing specials.
HAWAII’S FINEST PRESENTS: GRUB AND GROOVE
Guests who are 21 and over are invited to party with two of Hawaii’s top bands at Hawaiian Brians Social Club. Party the night away with great food, ono drinks, and amazing live entertainment.