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A hip after-work crowd flocks here on weekdays to unwind at happy hour. Weekends it's packed with the see-and-be-seen set. www.pearlhawaii.com.
Easily one of the best on the Islands, this show has soaring moments and an "erupting volcano." It's a long drive—about an hour from Waikiki—but you can take part in the popular Alii Luau or stay for the heralded "Ha: Breath of Life" show. General admission starts at $49.95. www.polynesia.com.
From September through July, wonderful performances grace this intimate theater in lush Manoa Valley. www.manoavalleytheater.com.
On the campus of Windward Community College, the 300-seat Paliku Theatre features everything from dramatic productions to chamber music concerts to hula and dance performances. The sound system is exceptional. www.etickethawaii.com.
Country music in the tropics? You bet! Dress up like a paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) and mosey on out to the giant dance floor at Nashville Waikiki. There's line dancing and free dance lessons five nights a week. Look for wall-to-wall crowds on the weekend. Pool tables, dartboards, and Wii consoles keep them occupied. www.nashvillewaikiki.com.
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