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Hawaii’s own Big Mox playing at Honolulu Night Market: Recharge
You may have seen his lyricism with local hip-hop group Angry Locals, or his smooth jazz crooning with his band The Bentos.
Now catch a sample of a live acoustic set by this multi-talented local artist: Bog Mox
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On Saturday February 15th we wrapped up Pow Wow Hawaii 2014 weekend. It was an intense block party with thousands in attendance. The streets were packed with Honolulu Night Market party goers, artists, vendors and so much more.
We managed to snap a few photos in the madness, but these photos in no way do justice to just how awesome of an event it was. Check out our photos below.
You can find more photos from Aloha Nights HERE
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In true collaborative form Hifi x Na Mea Hawai‘i x Street Grindz presents a slice of Hawai’i Fashion Month 2013.
Collect, trade, or redeem your personal collection of fashion art cards. Participating in this innovative play on ‘currency’ directly supports our local creative industries and the professionals that make them thrive.
40 cards representing 40 highlights of HFM 2013.
Pick up a limited edition deck during the Honolulu Night Market (February 15th / April 19th), or during shop hours at Na Mea Hawai‘i (Monday – Saturday 10A – 9P / Sun 10A – 6P).
$25/deck or $5 for 8 singles and $10 for 15 singles.
Available now thru April.
PLAY in STYLE @ The Honolulu Night Market
On Auahi Street
Trade 15 HFM art cards for a one of a kind experience and support your local creative arts industries while you’re at it. A team of Hifi members will be on hand to fix you up for a fun photo, alone or with friends. Face Art Beauty will hook you up with fabulous lip or eye. Throw on some pieces from Nicole Vermillion and get styled by Rebecca Atkins. For a special touch, mink lashes will be available for purchase and application. Find us on Auahi St at Zen Banx.
FAB (Face Art Beauty) http://www.faceartbeauty.com
Nicole Vermillion: http://www.vermilli.com
In Pinch of Salt Warehouse
ABOUT HAWAII FASHION MONTH (HFM)
Hawaii Fashion Month (HFM) is a platform to promote and elevate all aspects of Hawaii’s fashion industry: design, manufacturing, education, art, retail and more. The inaugural HFM in October 2013 featured more than 40 events including fashion shows, exhibits, shopping events, seminars, and films to bring the community together promote Hawaii as a fashion destination. HFM 2013 was a community-driven initiative of the Hawaii Fashion Incubator (Hifi) and the State of Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism (DBEDT), and driven forward by many stakeholders and partners throughout our fashion and business communities, coming together to move Hawaii fashion forward.
ABOUT THE COLLABORATORS
The Hawai‘I Fashion Incubator (Hifi) builds community and provides resources for Hawaii’s growing fashion industry. Through it’s membership and strategic partners, Hifi orchestrates industry wide initiatives and puts in places supportive systems along the entire fashion cycle, from concept through creation, marketing and export. The Hifi Coop at Ward Warehouse is a hub for designers and artists to create and showcase their collections, in addition to being a venue to host fashion classes and workshops. Membership to Hifi is open to fashion professionals as well as enthusiasts, who keep the industry growing.
To join Hifi, please visit hawaiifashion.org/join
NA MEA HAWAI‘I
Na Mea Hawai‘i is a retail and community resource center, a gathering place for locally made and native Hawaiian made cultural items, gifts, clothing, packaged foods, jewelry, art, books and music. Over 400 hundred artists and practitioners make our products by hand from the island of Maui, Kaua‘i, Ni‘ihau, Hawai‘i, O‘ahu, Lana‘i and Moloka‘i. Na Mea Hawai‘i is also a learning place and a place of exchange, offering classes, book launches, films, do-it-yourself workshops and concerts. The root culture of this place, Native Hawaiian, and our relationship with land and nature supports a world view of sharing and perpetuation-aloha, a Hawaiian way of being. Na Mea Hawai‘i manifests this community of sharing.
Na Mea Hawai‘i, Ward Warehouse
Corner of Ward Ave. and Ala Moana Blvd.
Street Grindz was founded with a mission to create a platform for Hawai’i’s Mobile Food Industry, which allows them to be successful at what they do best. Make delicious food and serve it to the residents and guests of Hawai’i. Through Street Grindz support we intend on offering a long lasting program that will include the production of events, marketing and social media support and the continued effort to remain viable as an industry.
ABOUT THE SPONSORS
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, THE COLLECTION
The Collection is the newest Kaka‘ako condominium community brought to you by The Collection LLC, a subsidiary of A&B Properties. Offering a great location at the former Comp USA, beautiful ocean and harbor views, and an impressive amenities package, these contemporary condominiums are simply the best deal in town. One, two and three bedrooms are on sale now. Visit our Sales Gallery at 680 Ala Moana Blvd. for more info. www.TheCollectionHonolulu.com
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This month, The Art Of Futsol returns to Honolulu Night Market on Saturday, February 15th.
We have teamed up with Paradise Soccer Club and In4mation to bring you another epic futsol event at Honolulu Night Market in Our Kakaako.
Check it out for yourself.
Join the official event page on Facebook and invite your friends. Click the pic below to head over to the Facebook page
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Here we go folks. A whole bunch of pics from this months Honolulu Night Market: Rogue Christmas
Go through and check them out!
(And for our fellow Pinterest folks, weve made all of the images pinnable. WooHoo!!!)
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This past weekend, Honolulu Night Market hosted the 5th annual Anti Canvas boardshort charity art event, and we went down during the set up to give you a look at tsome of the submissions.
Hurley and Contrast Magazine presented the 5th annual The Anti Canvas: a showcase of boardshort art for charity on Saturday December 21, 2013 at Honolulu Night Market: Rogue Christmas
Proceeds benefitted Waves For Water and their efforts in the Philippines with victims of Typhoon Haiyan as well as the Hawaii Foodbank. Entry is free and doors open at 6 pm for the art show and silent auction.
The Anti Canvas: a showcase of boardshort art for charity utilizes “sublimation” to transfer original artwork from 25 local and international artists onto a pair of Hurley Phantom boardshorts. This manufacturing method preserves the integrity and details of the original artwork and designs. Some of the top artists this year include John John Florence, Clark Little, C.R. Stecyk III, Tim Hendricks, Keoni Payton, Aaron Kai, Carl Pao and Dana Paresa. Please find a full list of artists participating in the 5th annual The Anti Canvas: a showcase of boardshort art for charity below.
This unique art event raised over $18,000 dollars for various charities since 2009.
Heres a look at a couple of this years submissions.
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Honolulu alternative rock band ABOVE REPROACH will be playing the Main Stage from 9:30-10:30 p.m. this Saturday. If you’ve never heard of these guys before, here’s a quick intro, in the form of a brief interview with bassist and singer Jake Lenchanko.
Give us a few words to describe the “vibe” of your music.
We have a rock sound that believes that everyone should have a equal voice in this world and that “not one is greater than the other.” We stand up for truth because we’re tired of the lies.
Who’s in the band, and what do they play?
Derek Barbadillo is our heartbeat of a drummer, Seth Lenchanko play the guitar and sings and Jake Lenchanko plays bass and sings.
What has Above Reproach been up to lately? Any albums, new music, shakeups?
We’re in the final stages of recording our debut album, “Radio Interference,” which will be out next year.
What do you think of Night Market and the growth of the Kakaako district?
We heard a lot of great things about Night Market and can’t wait to perform! It’s always great when new venues pop up that are family oriented too.
JacqRiot: 6-7 p.m. on the Main Stage
Jacqueline Govan, an electro/r&b Los Angeles recording artist working on her first EP, The Riot is Here , brings her energy to the Night Market stage before a set at The Fix Saturday night.
Fashion Show by Salt + Sand: At 8 p.m. on the Main Stage
Salt + Sand is a specialty mobile store & brand, offering a hand-picked selection of goods directly to and for the on-the-go woman. Founding partners Kerrie & Jasmine grew up on the Island of Oahu. Through their history as friends, then colleagues in the fashion industrty, they knew there was a special quality to their partnership & shared heritage. Salt + Sand is their vision.
ABOVE REPROACH: 9:30-10:30 p.m on the Main Stage.
Also, don’t miss the RedBull MXT (DJ truck) with local Djs Compose and Mike D!
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We’ve got something very special lined up for this month’s Night Market: For the first time, Kakaako will be hosting The Anti-Canvas Art Show, presented by Hurley and Contrast Magazine. Formerly held at SoHo and NextDoor in Chinatown, the Anti-Canvas Art Show, now in its fifth year, is both a charity fundraiser and a showcase of exceptional art that has been “sublimated” onto board shorts (a manufacturing method that uses special inks to transfer designs onto the fabric and preserve the integrity and details of the original artwork).
This year, 25 local and international artists have been chosen, and their designs imprinted onto a pair of Hurley Phantom boardshorts. They include John John Florence, Clark Little, C.R. Stecyk III, Tim Hendricks, Keoni Payton, Aaron Kai, Carl Pao, Aly Ishikuni, Remi Mead and Dana Paresa.
Proceeds from sales of the unique boardshorts will go to benefit Waves For Water and their efforts in the Philippines with victims of Typhoon Haiyan as well as the Hawaii Foodbank.
Since 2009, the event has raised over $18,000 dollars for various charities.
The event starts at 6 p.m., so get there early for the art show and to place your bid on your favorite pair of boardshorts, which will be sold by silent auction.
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We’re having a Rogue Christmas at Honolulu Night Market on December 21st! Mark your calendars and come celebrate the holidays with us.
Saturday, December 21st from 6 to 11pm
683 Auahi St in Kakaako (between Cooke and Kiawe. See map below)
Street Grindz and Kamehameha Schools invites everyone to go rogue, ditch the mall madness, get some locally made gifts for the holidays, and enjoy one-of-a-kind entertainment.
On December 21, 2013, the Honolulu Night Market will have a special feature, the Anti-Canvas Art Show presented by Hurley and Contrast Magazine. 25 local and international artists will be putting their design on Hurley board shorts.
The shorts will be available for purchase and sales will go towards the nonprofit Waves for Water and their efforts towards Typhoon Haiyan relief and the Hawaii Foodbank.
The Honolulu Night Market is FREE to the general public and fun for all ages. For more information, visit www.HonoluluNightMarket.com or www.ourkakaako.com
683 Auahi Street – In the heart of Our Kaka‘ako
Our Kaka‘ako is a mixed-use, urban-island community on nine city blocks between South Street and Ward Avenue
(Parking available at 555 South Street and the CompUSA parking lot)
Event Highlights Include:
• 7:00pm Drag Queen Ms. Ronda Corner performing Twelve Days of Christmas
• Fashion show at 8:00 p.m. styled by Salt + Sand
• 9:30pm – 10:30pm Alternative rock band ABOVE REPROACH
Jewelry by Justine
Kane Clothing Company
Happy Fish Hawaii
Cottage By The Sea
Yellow Bird Bohemia
Armed & Dangerous
House of Aria
Bamboo Sky (shoes + accessories pop-up)
Lei Chic vendor: Hawaii Doggie Bakery
Wow Wow Waffle
Pig and the Lady at Taste
Pop Pop Donuts
Life is Sweet
Flavors of the World
Five- O Ribs
Waiola Coconut Water
Red Bull is bringing RedBull MXT featuring DJ Compose and DJ Mike D!
Na Mea Hawaii
The Art Truck
Kealopiko will have a pop-up shop in ii’s gallery
Lots of FREE parking just a block away at the Eat The Street lot [555 South St]
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“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt
Over the summer, thanks to a girl’s night out, I discovered a monthly block party held in Honolulu’s Kakaako district. It was here that I found our island’s hidden gem. Tucked in between bustling Waikiki and downtown Honolulu, Kakaako is now home to a Hawaiian hipster’s paradise.
“Girlfriend Dates… Cicily Goes to the Honolulu Night Market”
I ABSOLUTELY fell in love with the young, bohemian vibe of the Honolulu Night Market. It was as if, I was strolling through New York City’s artistic Greenwich Village or SOHO. As I walking through the crowds, I had noticed people were commenting on how “hip” the Honolulu Market Night Market had been.
Live Local Bands @ the Main Stage
Packed With Excitement
Earlier this month, I had noticed on my Facebook and Twitter feed, that there was another Honolulu Night Market evening, planned for the month of November. Realizing that my son would be with his father for the weekend, this single mama immediately called her best friend to make another “Girlfriend Date” for the Honolulu Night Market.
I live on the other side of the island and I am not too keen on driving into town. HOWEVER, I will ALWAYS make an exception, for the monthly trek to Kakaako, The Honolulu Night Market is an amazing block celebration, that ensures guaranteed fun, AMAZEBALLS food, live music, local art, shopping and mingling with Honolulu’s hip, young crowd.
It doesn’t matter if you bring a date, family, friends or you are riding solo, Kakaako’s Honolulu Night Market has something for everyone.
What Are You Eating?
There is something intoxicating about the aroma from the food trucks, brightly colored murals sprinkled throughout the neighborhood, dancing to live music, seeing the latest fashions during on the runway stage and people watching while strolling the main street.
Real Texas BBQ
Food Trucks Taken To A New Level
Kakaako’s Stunning Murals
Much like my first adventures at the Honolulu Night Market, I had another great evening! Not only did I have a fun night on the town with my best friend, I also managed to knock out some much needed Christmas shopping, with all the local clothing vendors, smack dab in the middle of it all.
Amazing Vendors All In One Place
Christmas Shopping DONE!
Dear Santa, I WANT THIS!
Hand Crafted Clutches With Local Flair
Christmas is just a few weeks away and Santa needs to still fill a few more stockings, so you better believe I will be at the next Honolulu Night Market. I LOVED that my favorite FILTHY FARMGIRL soap company, will be there, carrying over 95 different soaps at the actual Market, as opposed to only a handful at Whole Foods.
Supporting Local Businesses
You Can’t Get More Hipster Than That
I am counting the days, till I get to eat Buenos Antojitos’ authentic Puerto Rican Shrimp Empanadas on my next evening out. As a former Miami girl, I must say, her empanadas were so AMAZING. Before I left for the evening, I went back for seconds because it was THAT GOOD.
Bueno Antojitos Authentic Puerto Rican Cuisine
Shrimp Empanadas To Die For
For all my single Honolulu folks out there, the Honolulu Night Market is a great opportunity to meet new people. While sipping on some libations, in the “bar” area, I made friends with some surfers visiting from Sydney, Australia. By the end of the night, I even had an invite to check out a film festival, in China Town, after the event. What better way to spend a Saturday evening!
What Better Way To Spend Your Saturday Night Than With Your Girlfriends
Having Far Too Much Fun With Strangers
Galleries Around Every Corner
If You Need To Unwind
Fun For The Keikis
Looking For The Perfect Print
Custom Designed Kicks
Cutest Clothes You Cannot Find Anywhere Else
Where the Art Comes To You
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