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Waikiki Beach Walk Shines with Entertainment in December

December 02, 2021

Live Hawaiian music and cultural performances enhance the dining and shopping experience; New stores include Keep It Simple and KaiAloha Supply

WAIKIKI, Hawaii (December 2, 2021) – Waikiki Beach Walk, the vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment district at Lewers Street and Kalakaua Avenue, will host an amazing array of musical talent for the December holiday season.

The merriment begins on Tuesday, December 7 with “Kū Ha‘aheo,” live Hawaiian entertainment from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The weekly series at the Plaza Stage continues Dec. 14, 21 and 28 and is planned for every Tuesday in January.

Waikiki’s popular “Ka Lei Hula” (Dec. 5, 12, 19 and 26) offers complimentary hula practice each Sunday morning at 9 a.m.

On Saturday, December 11 it’s a “Halau Holiday Celebration” from 5 to 7 p.m. Noted troupes Hālau Ka Waikahe Lani Mālie and Hālau Kahulaliwai will perform along with live music by Kekaniwai and Kamanawa, along with special guests in a joyous event to celebrate Mele Kalikimaka.

“Mele Hali‘a,” the monthly showcase featuring the finest in Hawaiian musical performances, will return to Waikiki Beach Walk on Sunday, December 12 with slack key master Ledward Ka‘apana and bassist Jesse Gregorio from 5 to 6 p.m. Every month, Mele Halia features standout performances by award-winning, multitalented musicians.

Sunday, December 12: Ledward Kaapana & Jesse Gregorio
Sunday, January 16 (2022): Nathan Aweau

“Seven Days ‘til Christmas” is a week-long celebration of traditional hula and Hawaiian song by local hula halau and well-known entertainers. The series begins on Sunday, December 19 and runs nightly from 6 to 7 p.m. through Christmas on Saturday, December 25.

On Tuesday, December 21, The Royal Room/Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame will live stream a special “Make Music Hawaii” performance at 11 a.m. Enjoy it on Facebook Live @hawaiianmusichalloffame.

Newly opened at Waikiki Beach Walk are Keep It Simple and KaiAloha Supply. Blossoming with earth-friendly items, Keep It Simple provides vegan, cruelty-free, non-toxic, and reef safe products for eco-conscious consumers who want to help create a better Earth. The amazing variety of highquality, locally sourced health, home, and beauty products are zero waste and eco-friendly. Founded on Maui, KaiAloha Supply sells apparel and accessories for people who love, respect, protect, and have compassion for the ocean and its beauty, power and energy.

Attracting a wide selection of locals and visitors, Waikiki Beach Walk is known for outstanding dining options as well as its collection of small, locally owned businesses, including Blue Ginger, Big Wave Dave Surf & Coffee, SoHa Living, Coco Mango, KaiAloha Supply, Mahina, The Ukulele Store and Hele Mai Salon, among others. Celebrating nearly 15 years at the heart of Waikiki, Waikiki Beach Walk offers 3 hours of complimentary parking with validation, as well as select military and kamaaina appreciation offers. For details and the latest news, including shops, services, entertainment, dining and event listings, visit or Facebook/Instagram @waikikibeachwalk.


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Waikiki Beach Walk is a vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment district on Lewers Street between Kalakaua Avenue and Kalia Road in Waikiki. The 97,000 sq. ft. center boasts some of Hawaii’s greatest boutique shopping experiences with locally made products, award-winning restaurants, nightlife, and world renown Hawaiian entertainment, making Waikiki Beach Walk a slice of Hawaii life, popular with visitors and residents. For information, visit or Follow Waikiki Beach Walk on Facebook, Instagram @waikikibeachwalk and Twitter @WaikikiBeachwlk with #waikikibeachwalk #waikikishopping.


Free 3-hour valet parking is offered with validation from most Waikiki Beach Walk stores and dining outlets. Park at Embassy Suites hotel porte cochère and Wyndham Resorts valet. For events & information, visit:

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