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Please allow extra time in arriving and departing to the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa as Kalakaua Avenue will be closed for these events.

Vehicle arrivals and departures, including all guest vehicles in care of our valet services may utilize the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel's porte cochere during these days.

Should you need any special assistance during these events, please contact our Guest Service Manager on duty at 808.922.3111.

SEPTEMBER 2016

Saturday, 24th
9:00AM - 1:00PM
ALOHA FESTIVALS FLORAL PARADE
sponsored by Aloha Week Hawaii, Inc/Aloha Festivals/Waikiki Improvement Association. The event is expected to have 2,000 participants, 40 vehicles, 10 bands, and 15 floats. It will start at Ala Moana Park ewa entrance/exit, to Ala Moana Boulevard, to Kalakaua Avenue, to Monsarrat Avenue, to end at Waikiki Shell Parking Lot in Queen Kapiolani Park.

OCTOBER 2016

Saturday, 8th
7:00AM - 9:00AM
PEACE IN ASIA - UNIFICATION OF KOREA 10K RUN/WALK
sponsored by Sports Culture and Academic Foundation, INC. The event is expected to have 1000+ participants. It will start at Magic Island in Ala Moana Beach Park, to Ala Moana Boulevard, to Kalakaua Avenue, turnaround at Dilingham Fountain, return via same route to end at Magic Island.

Sunday, 16th
7:00AM - 11:00AM
SUSAN G. KOMEN RACE FOR THE CURE WALK/RUN
sponsored by Susan B. Komen Foundation. The event is expected to have 7500+ runners/walkers. It will start at Kalakaua Avenue, to Kapahulu Avenue, to Campbell Avenue, to Monsarrat Avenue, to Paki Avenue, to Kalakaua Avenue, mauka side, to end at Honolulu Marathon Finish Line near Bandstand. Lanes will be closed from 6AM.

Saturday, 22nd
10:00AM - 12:00AM
HONOLULU PRIDE PARADE
sponsored by Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation. The parade is a First Amendment event and is expected to have 400 marchers, 4 floats, 12 vehicles, and 2 bands. It will start at Atkinson/Ala Moana Boulevard, to Ala Moana Boulevard, to Kalakaua Avenue, to Monsarrat Avenue, to end at Queen Kapiolani Park.

NOVEMBER 2016

Saturday, 5th
5:00PM - 10:00PM
GREAT HAWAIIAN FOODTRUCK FESTIVAL
sponsored by Millwood Ohana Produtions/Pacific Gateway Center. The event is expected to have 25,000+ participants. The event will close Kalakaua Avenue, all lanes and sidewalk areas from Lewers Street to Kealohilani Avenue.

Friday, 25th
7:00PM - 9:00PM
WAIKIKI HOLIDAY PARADE
sponsored by Gateway Music Festival & Tours/Superior Band. The event is expected to have 4,000 marchers, 40 vehicles and 38 bands. It will start at Saratoga Road/Kalakaua Avenue to Monsarrat Avenue, to end at Queen Kapiolani Park.

DECEMBER 2016

Saturday, 4th
11:00AM - 1:00PM
STREET BIKERS UNITED - TOYS FOR TOTS CARAVAN
sponsored by Street Bikers United Hawaii. The event is expected to have 6,000 motorcycles. It will start at Magic Island, to Ala Moana Boulevard, to Ala Moana Boulevard, to Kalakaua Avenue, to Monsarrat Avenue, to Diamond Head Road and end at Kapiolani Community College.

Wednesday, 7th
6:00PM - 8:30PM
PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL ANNIVERSARY PARADE
sponsored by Pearl Harbor Memorial Committee. The event is expected to have 2,000 marchers, 40 vehicles, 8 floats and 10 bands. It will start at Fort DeRussy, to Kalakaua Avenue, to end at Kapahulu, to Monsarrat Avenue.

Sunday, 11th
5:00AM - 1:00PM
HONOLULU MARATHON
sponsored by Honolulu Marathon Association. They expect to have 35,000+ runners.  Periodic road closures on Kalakaua Avenue and surrounding Honolulu streets.