Honolulu

Honolulu, capitol of the State of Hawaii, is the business hub for the entire state. With a population of roughly 800,000, Honolulu is a multi-ethnic, multi-generational city hosting a well-defined roster of events throughout the year. Outdoor activities are integral to the daily life of both residents and visitors, but so are concerts, theatrical, symphonic and other indoor attractions. Along with carnivals, parades, picnics and hikes, one can find touring musicals, ballet, local music and more.

Waikiki, with its many hotel ballrooms and restaurants, serves the entire island and is home to such notable venues as Waikiki Shell, the Coral Ballroom and Blue Note Waikiki. Beyond this area are the larger Blaisdell Center complex, Aloha Stadium, Hawaii Theatre, The Republik and many more adaptable locations that can be tailored to any show. Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s North Shore hosts an annual jazz & blues festival for some 5,000 enthusiasts. There’s even a polo field, hosted by Hawaii Polo Club, and Ko Olina, home to Disney’s Aulani Resort, both of which have hosted massive concert and convention events.

Honolulu is also home to most major production companies – film, set design, stage, sound, lighting, LED systems and more are housed on Oahu and can be freighted to outer islands.

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