HAWA TOP 10 | Local music hits for the week of August 22


Honolulu (KHON2) – Whether you’re attending a virtual concert or heading out for a night out at your favorite venue, there is always something to do at the end of the week. Mikey Monis details the hottest events, every Friday, when What’s new on the weekend broadcast on Living808.

Each week, What’s Up Weekend highlights three of the state’s most popular events. Whether it’s attending a virtual concert in your living room or checking out the latest event, this Weekend Weekly Report will have you calling all your family and friends for a fun night out.

Shore Fyre Grill and Bar Presents: Natural Vibrations

All weekend long, enjoy wine after a day of shopping or take a dip in the ocean by heading to the Shore Fyre Grill and bar while listening to great music from Natural Vibrations. Known for its chicken and waffles, Shofyre wings and delicious drinks, the Shore Fyre Grill and Bar is the perfect place to relax with friends after a day spent in beautiful waikiki.

VISIT: www.ShoreFyre.com for reservations

1938 Indochine presents: Sean Cleland

This Sunday, stop by the popular Southeast Asian restaurant, 1938 Indochina, for some great food, drink, and music. This weekend’s artist, Sean Cleland, nominated for the Na Hoku Hano Hano Award. End your weekend the best way we know how, with food and great entertainment.

VISIT: www.1938Indochine.com

New Virtual Conference, “Failing Forward” Encourages Young Adults to Be Creative

Tomorrow night you are invited to “Failing Forward”, a free virtual workshop where you are encouraged to show your creative side with some of the best leaders of this generation. Encourage, motivate and inspire other young adults to achieve their dreams.

VISIT @JehZaneExclusive on Instagram for more information

Tickets are still available for Hawaii’s Finest Music Festival

Tickets for the highly anticipated and most talked about concert are still on sale. Join Hawaii’s Finest and some of your favorite local artists as they come together for a weekend you won’t forget as they host Hawaii’s Finest Music Festival August 27-28 at the Bishop Museum.

For more information on Hawaii’s Finest Music Festival and other Hawaii’s Finest events, visit: www.HIFinest.com


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