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Aside from our lineup of Surfjack experiences, here’s our go-to guide of what’s happening on Oahu this month.


7 Pairs of Iron Shoes: Tom Petty Tribute
9pm, Downbeat Lounge, 42 N. Hotel St., Honolulu
Join howlin’ rockers 7 Pairs of Iron Shoes as they take the stage in Downbeat Lounge for a special Tom Petty tribute set with guest musicians. More info


37th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival presented by Halekulani
various locations
This is the premiere cultural event of the State of Hawaii and the film festival of record of cinematic works from the Asia-Pacific Rim including new films from indigenous cinema artists of the Pacific. A bridge between “East and West,” the Festival will screen 160 films from 45 countries—ranging from festival favorites from Sundance, Cannes, and Toronto (Gala Presentations), special sidebars on the environment (Green Screen), culinary cinema (Eat.Drink.Film.), Asian genre cinema (Fantastic Asia), and new animated features from Japan (Planet Anime). The Festival will also feature new works from Pacific Islander cinema artists (Pacific Showcase), and a newly minted competition section for locally-based films (Made in Hawaii). Tickets


“Protect Where We Play” Beach Clean Up
10am-2pm at Sherwood Beach, Waimanalo
Join HVN Apparel and Greenroom Hawaii on to help us remove trash, microplastic and other debris from Sherwoods Beach. Jamba Juice Hawaii will be supplying refreshing smoothies. More info


FEAST – Wine, Dine, and Support Local Artists
6-8pm at The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu
FEAST (Funding Emerging Art with Sustainable Tactics) is a public soirée that uses community-driven financial support to democratically fund new and emerging art makers. Eat, drink and mingle while artists showcase their work and explain their proposed public art project. After the three presenters are finished, attendees vote on which artist’s project they wish to award the prize. Tickets


8pm-2am at The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd. #30, Honolulu
Celebrate About The Goods‘ five year anniversary with Soulelection at The Republik. Featuring Esta, Joe Kay, Andre Power as well as Hawaii’s own Jaba One and Castle ParkTickets & more info


Forage Hawaii, Farm-to-Table Dinner
5-9pm at Mari’s Garden, 
94-415 Makapipipi St., Mililani
This farm to table event starts with a behind the scenes tour of Mari’s Gardens—Hawaii’s leading aquaponic and hydroponic farm. From there you will be whisked away to a truly one of a kind dining experience where you will get to enjoy a five-course tasting menu prepared by chef Sarah Burchard (aka The Healthy Locavore) featuring local meats and produce from Mari’s Gardens, listen to guest speakers from Hawaii’s emerging meat industry and be the first to hear about a new product launch announcement from Jessica Rohr of Forage HawaiiTickets & more info


Valerie June
8pm-2am at The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd. #30, Honolulu
Check out the American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Valerie June at The Republik Her sound is a mix off folk, blues, gospel, soul, country, Appalachian and bluegrass. Tickets


Sustainable Saturday: A Recycling & Storewide Sale Event by Honolulu Habitat for Humanity
10am-2pm at Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 922 Austin Lane, #C-1, Honolulu
Keep items out of our landfills by being an environmentally conscious shopper. This informative yet fun-filled, family-friendly event is free and open to the public. Expect a storewide sale, information about the new Rain Barrel Water Catchment Workshops, a silent auction and more. At the end of this year’s Sustainable Saturday event, Honolulu ReStore hopes that event participants are made aware of sustainable methods and alternatives in our neighborhoods and that everyone will be able to apply this information and tips to their daily choices and purchases. Tickets


Ron Artis II
6:30pm and 9:30pm, Blue Note Hawaii, 2335 Kalakaua Ave. Honolulu
See Hawaii-born singer-songwriter Ron Artis II at Blue Note Hawaii. Ron’s recordings span genres of music from rock, blues and jazz, to classical, flamenco, soul, R&B and even rap. He is best known for his work as Ron Artis II and Thunderstorm in Hawaii. He has enjoyed music since before he could walk, crawling across his father’s piano at age 1.  Tickets

Plus, check out all of the events happening at the Surfjack here.

*feature photo of Forage Hawaii

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