The NFL Pro Bowl Has Returned to Hawaii
Alooooooooooooooooooooohhhaaaaaaa Pro Bowlers, Discover Hawaii Tours would like to welcome you back to Hawaii. After taking a year hiatus in Miami, the Pro Bowl is back in Hawaii at Oahu’s Aloha Stadium. The all-star game was in Hawaii for 30 consecutive years until just last year it was moved to Miami. If you ask me, all the players got together and said, “hey we all miss Hawaii, please let us go back commissioner man!” You can watch the Pro Bowl live this weekend on January 30th at 2:00PM.
If you’re staying in Waikiki, keep your eyes out for professional football players strolling the streets. If you’re visiting Hawaii for the Pro Bowl, come check out the rest of the island on our Circle Island Tour
. I know the players probably came back because they missed the beautiful Hawaiian Islands
There is just so much to see!
Here are some FREE
Pro Bowl events you can attend this weekend:
- Friday, January 28th, 6:30pm-9:00pm
Sunset on the Beach
At Queens Beach, Waikiki (Just look for the 30ft tall big screen) showing NFL highlights, the classic “blind side” along with NFL cheerleaders and mascots.
- Saturday, January 29th, 9:00am-12:00pm
Pro Bowl Ohana Day Celebration
At the Aloha Stadium, see both the All-Star NFL teams in action with interviews, fan contests, preview of Pro Bowl game entertainment, kid’s zone with official mascots, and much more.
- Saturday, January 29th, 7:00pm-10:00pm
Pro Bowl All-Star Block Party
Waikiki’s main street, Kalakaua Ave shuts down for the ultimate NFL Pro Bowl block party in celebration of the NFL season. There will be 5 stages of entertainment, NFL all-stars, Hawaii’s favorite local bands, celeberties, NFL cheerleaders, NFL mascots, and food.