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Hallowbaloo Clubs: 8 Clubs - One Wristband. When the music winds down in the streets, a smorgasbord of enticements will be served up at eight of the most popular clubs in Honolulu. And you can enjoy it all by purchasing one wristband (21+ Only). From national funk icon, DJ Logic, to top local bands & DJs including the deadbeats, DJ Packo, Capecod and Soul Revival Sound System, a kaleidoscope of sounds will be on offer. Plus, every venue has a totally unique vibe. It's all at your beck and call with the purchase of one wristband. Check the scoops on each club below.

Club wristbands go on sale at 5pm at the street festival. Come early!! Club wristbands will sell-out. See the Wristbands Page for details.


80 S. Pauahi Street

One of the newest and largest club in the Arts District brings two rooms of music with the front of the house dedicated to electronic music featuring an array of video projections and the back geared for Live instrumentation with a stage capable of carrying just about any sized band. It's easy to find – caddy-corner from the Hawaii Theatre - just look for the throngs of folks who always gather beside the entrance.
1144 Bethel Street

Honolulu newcomer, "The Venue," is one of the best performance spaces in town. Very rarely do you find a 300 capacity club that provides a large, versatile stage, premium lighting and solid acoustics. Add a large bar and an upscale yet comfortable atmosphere, and you have a venue worthy of being called "The Venue". There are few better places to catch a show whether it be by a 10 piece band or a solo turntablist.
43 N. Hotel Street

Ever since first opening its doors, this has been one of Honolulu's favorite performance venues for shows by singer-songwriters, bands and especially electronic artists. With its 20' ceilings, brick walls, large stage and stellar sound system, you hear someone utter, "I love this place," almost every night you're there. This hard-edge venue is the perfect compliment to the abundance of other light & bright venues in the Arts District.
39 N. Hotel Street

Thirty Nine Hotel is the oldest running club in the district focused on art and entertainment. Club owner, Gelareh Khoie, set the bar high from the outset creating a wholly unique space that is as versatile as it is comfortable. Thirty Nine Hotel heavily influenced the growth of the club scene in the district and continues to be a trend setter, hosting several of the most popular weeklies in the neighborhood. Whether you're grooving to beats in the main room or enjoying Honolulu's skyline on the open-air deck, you know you're in good hands and in-store for an interesting evening.
35 N. Hotel Street

This Arts District hot spot features fresh contemporary stylings, a relaxed open-air patio and a drink menu with over 100 bottled beers.

32 N. Hotel Street

Whether you're looking for a cup of fine joe in the morning, a craft brew in the afternoon or a premium cocktail at night, this popular retreat has you covered. With its abundance of light during the day and wood trimmings that come aglow at night, Manifest always feels warm and cozy - especially on their dance floor which gets packed on many a night.
1121 Nu'uanu Avenue

Indigo's sophisticated southeast asian atmosphere, rustic brick walls and open-air rooms have made it a staple in the Honolulu nightlife scene for many years.
1154 Fort Street Mall

A popular haven for artists and local residents alike that successfully delivers an inviting neighborhood feel with a thought-provoking, artistic touch. Thanks to the owner's keen ear, Honolulu's hottest up-and-coming bands always seem to make it onto Mercury's stage early in their careers.




Additional Offerings:
All of the following establishments have no cover charges but a lot on offer.


1147 Bethel Street

When this Irish Pub opened its doors in November 2008, it became an instant institution. There's nothing not to like about this place. Amiable, dapper bartenders, a lively atmosphere from lunch until deep into the night and tasty New York style pizza.
1038 Nu'uanu Avenue (Upstairs)

A Jazz lover's paradise with free Live music set in a warm, art-filled environment.

1038 Nu'uanu Avenue

Chinatown's friendliest bar with Live music & no cover charge.
902 Nu'uanu Avenue

The Live music capitol of the Arts District featuring free Live performances seven days a week.
2 Merchant Street

A true Irish pub set in a charming historic building and a long-time favorite of Arts District residents and visitors. Spirits were first sold on this property in the early 1860's (one of the first five establishments in Honolulu to be licensed to serve spirits), and service has continued uninterrupted until today.





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