If you are thinking of a vacation to Hawaii and you enjoy nightlife, then head for Honolulu. Since Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii, you can expect a very vibrant and cosmopolitan night entertainment scene catering to tourists and locals alike till the wee hours of the morning.
Your best guide to what’s happening Honolulu after dark is to grab a free copy of Honolulu weekly which is widely available in restaurants, night clubs and newspaper stands. You can also check with the daily newspapers especially Honolulu Advertiser or with your hotel concierge.
If Cazimero Brothers are putting up a show, don’t ever miss it. This show is legendary. The Cazimero brother’s act is one of Hawaii’s most beloved and gifted acts. Check with your tour guide or newspapers to see if they are performing anywhere near you.
Don Mr Mellow is a perennial Hawaiian favorite and is still perform to full house crowds even though he has been doing his act for decades. Don is sometimes compared to Cliff Richard or Dick Clarke because of looking far younger than his age. He is in his seventies female fans still swoon when he sing romantic heart tugging songs. Don is also beloved for his cheeky off the cuff banter in between songs. His shows are very interactive and audience are often encouraged to dance the hula, tell jokes or even singing along with him.
If you enjoy a touch of magic, then you will certainly be delighted with Las Vegas standard magic show by illusionist John Horikawa. John perform mind boggling feats of magic on an elaborate stage set along with a large costumed cast and cutting edge light and sound displays.
At the House Without A Key at Halekulani Hotel, you can mind spinning mai-tais by the patio facing the Pacific ocean front. Here, the traditional Hawaiian dancers and musicians playing steel guitars will entertain you while you lounge and relax during your vacation. You can move further indoor to the Lewers Lounge for some romantic music and standard light jazz.
Feeling adventurous? Then hop to Duke’s Canoe Club on Waikiki beach. This is a very lively night entertainment area and can get pretty crowded by sunset. It is a beachfront bar and restaurant with tiki torches adorning the sandy beach. This tropical party offers a gigantic drink menu to loosen you up and to have a whale of a time.
So you can dance? The Rumours Nightclub at Ala Moana Hotel will certainly get your adrenaline pumping and head spinning. You get top 40 dance music and retros at this club. If salsa dancing is your forte, then go to Rumours’ salsa night every Thursday.