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Listen to traditional Hawaiian music and watch hula performances at many of the various Hotels. The bars and lounges feature contemporary Hawaiian music or listen to jazz at many places in Waikiki. Beyond Waikiki you’ll find other music venues, just a few minutes away in the Ala Moana Center, Hawaii’s largest open-air shopping mall.
Downtown Chinatown’s urban setting is home to stylish bars and restaurants featuring jazz, rock, acoustic and DJs. For national artists, check the schedule of the Neil S. Blaisdell Arena and Concert Hall, popular venues for touring bands and renowned artists. From Hawaiian music at a local bar to sell-out arena shows, Oahu has a variety of live music spots to discover.
And many dancers have found out that the power of live music is undeniable. It makes folks feel good, it helps people relax, and for many, it's the most fun type of music to dance to. You got anything going that is fun and would like to share with our rapidly growing bunch of reader/dancers, email it in and we shall post.