Your Guide to a Perfect Weekend: Oct. 20–22, 2017

Beer, shopping, sports and a Tim Burton film fest.

For a ideal weekend, supplement one scary film, shopping, lots of drink and shake. Top with a lurch of college sports. At a Waikīkī drink fest on a Hilton’s Great Lawn, we can select from some-more than 100 beers, 30 wines and 30 sakes. Plus, penchant a arriving holidays with a film festival showcasing a favorite Halloween-esque director, and a pop-up selling eventuality with some of Hawai‘i’s most-loved internal brands to assistance we get a burst on your holiday list. And there’s more: Young UH fans can pointer adult for a giveaway eventuality to accommodate a Rainbow Wahine volleyball group and measure giveaway tickets to an arriving game.


Third Annual Waikiki Beer Festival

PHOTO: pleasantness of Great Waikīkī Beer Festival


Third Annual Great Waikīkī Beer Festival

Saturday, Oct. 21, 6 to 9 p.m.

Where can we ambience a hundred local, anniversary and qualification beers? We can consider of no other place this weekend than a Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikīkī Beach Resort’s annual Great Waikīkī Beer Festival. On Saturday, conduct to a Hilton’s Great Lawn for tastings of some-more than 100 beers, and 60 wines and sakes, with a picture-perfect Waikīkī nightfall as a backdrop. General acknowledgment tickets are $75 and come with 10 4-ounce tastings of your choice. Want to get a conduct start? Purchase a VIP sheet for $105, that grants we early entrance during 4 p.m. and comes with 10 tastings, and a food sheet and nominal parking. While not a star of a event, a accessible food for purchase—beer-braised bratwursts, Sriracha duck wings and tater kid nachos, to name a few—make good complements to your drinks of choice. Beer connoisseurs (or jubilee veterans) can suffer some-more tastings for dual bucks a pour.

$75–$105, 21 and comparison only. Hilton Hawaiian Village Great Lawn versus Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, 2005 Kalia Road. For some-more information and to squeeze tickets, go here.


Tim Burton Film Festival

Friday, Oct. 20 by Sunday, Oct. 22

While many of his films aren’t directly associated to Halloween, there’s no denying that Tim Burton’s gothic, dark-yet-whimsical anticipation films fit right into a holiday’s spirit. This Friday by Sunday, Hawai‘i Theatre will horde a film festival dedicated to Burton. Purchase tickets online or during a theater’s box bureau for fan favorites Beetlejuice, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Edward Scissorhands and Corpse Bride. If you’re lucky, we might even locate a glance of Phan-Tom, Hawai‘i Theatre’s proprietor spook who reportedly creates an appearance in a building from time to time.

$7–$12. Hawai‘i Theatre, 1130 Bethel St. For some-more information and to squeeze tickets, go here.


Arts and Flavors of Hawaii Fall Fest

PHOTO: pleasantness of Natural Aloha


Arts and Flavors of Hawai‘i Fall Fest

Sunday, Oct. 22, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Why does Christmas always seem to climb adult on us? It seems that Thanksgiving was just yesterday when—bam—suddenly it’s Dec. 23 and we have 20 people on your holiday selling list. This year, contend no to interference and save yourself a common raging visits to a mall and 2 a.m. gift-wrapping sessions. Arts and Flavors of Hawai‘i, with a tumble festival this Sunday in Hawai‘i Kai, creates jump-starting your holiday selling easy as pie. There, you’ll find some-more than a dozen internal pop-ups including S.I.E. Swim, Yireh, Green Tea Leaves Design and Malama Baby charity Hawai‘i-made products for beauty, conform and home. After your charitable selling spree, provide yourself to a Ma‘ona musubi, Inferno’s pizza, Ubae ube mini-cheesecake, Wicked HI jelly or other fresh-made snacks.

Free, Hawai‘i Kai Retirement Community, 428 Kawaihae St. For some-more information on Arts and Flavors of Hawai‘i, go here.


Wahine Experience

Saturday, Oct. 21, 4 to 6 p.m.

Young admirers of UH volleyball, get prepared for a ultimate fan experience. On Saturday evening, UH will horde Wahine Experience, a jubilee of Rainbow Wahine entertainment tailored generally for girls and boys 14 and younger. The giveaway eventuality will underline interactive games, demos and prizes, and a possibility to accommodate University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Wahine players, coaches, luminary alumni, cheerleaders and a UH rope in person. The UH admissions group will also be there to give destiny college students information on a university’s application routine including mandate and financial aid. The best part? Everyone who attends Wahine Experience will accept a giveaway sheet to a Rainbow Wahine Volleyball compare that evening!

Free, T.C. Ching Field on a UH Mānoa reduce campus, 1105 Lower Campus Road. For some-more information and to register for this event, go here.


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