Oahu’s longtime outdoor concert series one of the best things to do in Hawaii

Oahu’s longest-running summertime music series is also one of the most affordable ways to watch live concerts in Waikiki. At $3 for admission, the music shows attract visitors and residents alike. Master ukulele player Roy Sakuma hosts the music series known as the “Wildest Show Concert Series”, headed by Honolulu Zoo Society. The concerts also feature giveaways and interactive activities for the audience.
Concert tour-goers are welcome to bring their own blankets and mats, as well as low-lying chairs, to the event. High-back chairs are strongly discouraged, but people are free to bring their own picnic lunches to the event. Catering from “Taste of the Wild” is available for purchase. McDonald’s of Hawaii sponsored the event, which was organized by the Honolulu Zoo Society. For 25 solid years the annual “Wildest Show in Town” has been one of the most fun, affordable things to do in Hawaii. More information can be found here. Performers for mid-June, July and August:
  • June 15th — Barrett & Tara Awai
  • June 22nd — Roy Sakuma & His Super Keiki & Friends
  • June 29th — Kelly Boy Delima
  • July 6 — Manoa DNA
  • July 13 — Ukulele Extravaganza featuring Herb Ohta-san
  • July 20 — Melveen Leed
  • July 27 — Jimmy Borges and his Jazz Friends
  • Aug. 3 — Frank Delima
  • Aug. 10 — Hookena

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