"Working for a just distribution of the fruits of the earth and human labor
is not mere philanthropy. It is a moral obligation." ~ Pope Francis
Numerous dance clubs line the streets of Honolulu, most making a home in Waikiki, and range from dance hall, to artsy hip places, gay bars, and even a western cowboy inspired place for a different type. Most people attending are social dancers and interested in the social aspects of the music and dance. There's something here for anyone who's looking for a fun night on the town.
"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz
However the traffic is pretty bad and when the Rail Disaster is completed it will be worse. There are places on the outskirts of Oahu that are beginning to develop. The Central Valley is leading the way with Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Dot's In Wahiawa and Just Tacos in Mililani and a possible fourth in Waipio or Waikele. Kapolei is falling behind. And Tacos And More in Waianae has Live Music on Wednesday and Thursday.
"Shores Of Haleiwa" by Loyal Garner
Then there are "Oldies but Goodies.? The DJs play good music and are always on the lookout to get the latest and the best. In this century there has been a growing group of dance fans with their preference for the oldies but goodies. These more experienced social dancers have a good memory for the terrific classics that are emerging from the last century. And Live Music has been the answer.
"Fly Me To The Moon" by Jimmy Borges
My physical disabilities prevent me from getting around to get information and photos, so whatever you can email, I will post to the blog of your choice.