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4th of July Plans?

June 30th, 2016

Just was wondering...........

Wat are your 4th of July plans or suggestions? Obviously there are/should be many events around da island but wat have you heard, going to check out or planning for? Any shopping deals involved?

There are two popular main stays on opposite ends of da island, Ala Moana and Kailua, but is there anything else? We did da all day camp out at Ala Moana before and dat was really fun but choke crowded and tiring. I heard dat now people literally 'yellow tape' their area to kapu their spot and prevent encroachment - Wassup Wit Dat!

We also went to Sand Island to view da Aloha Tower fireworks which was pretty crowded too. I'm surah people crowd Hilton's lagoon and Rockpiles/Bowls area for a prime spot for Ala Moana's show as well.

Do you still go to parades? Are there any out there?

Feel free to share your memories and/or plans - it may help those wanting to try something different....... like me. 😉 😉




5 Responses to “4th of July Plans?”

  1. brian:

    Kailua 4th of July parade of course. I live on the parade route so it'll be parade and bbq until fireworks show. That's if I don't over indulge in the liquids....


  2. GA Bows:

    Happy 4th!!!!

    Back in the day, my girlfriend and I would rent a suite at Ala Moana Hotel. We would spend the day across the street at the beach with friends and at night hit up Rumours.


  3. M:

    Howzit BL,

    I'll be spending my 4th at home. 🙂


  4. GA Bows:

    Since being on the mainland, we'll be spending it with friends.... cooking out and setting off fireworks.


  5. cojef:

    For years visited Waikiki for a month each time in either May or October and stayed at the ocean view rental condos on a number of different floors specifically to witness the weekly fireworks display just makai side of the lagoon. The last time was in 2012 when Hilton revived the twice weekly shows. Also able to see the dinner hula shows held on the of the parking garage.


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