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


Unreal Hawaii in Popular Imagination
J.M. Long Gallery, Bishop Museum, 1525 Bernice St., Honolulu
Through January, guests can get a glimpse of the never-before-seen-together items from one of the largest private collections of Hawaii-themed printed collectibles. This experiential installation sets up a dialectic between unreal depictions in commercial art and the contemporary reality of Hawaii that has resulted from the wide use of stereotypical and culturally misappropriated depictions. More info


The Rocky Horror Picture Show
7:30 & 9:30pm, The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu
For another year, The ARTS at Marks Garage becomes home of the interactive screening of Rocky Horror Picture Show, hosted by the one and only Tita Titsling (the well-known Moustache Queen of Chinatown) and her band of provocative players. This RHPS experience includes a floor show and the goodest of goodie bags. Oh, and the audience is encouraged to bring it when it comes to costumes. Tickets & more info.


Surf Art & The Surfer
6-10pm, 62 S. Kamehameha Hwy., Wahiawa
At Surfing The Nations’ 6th annual art festival promoting the arts and supporting Oahu’s local artists. Plus, this event also celebrates the transformation of lower Wahiawa with a group of talented artists, unique vendors, musicians from all over the island, and an open mic at the outdoor stage. 10 percent of the proceeds will support Surfing The Nations. More info


Restaurant Week Hawaii
6-9pm, IBM Courtyard, 1240 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu
Celebrate the cuisine scene in Hawaii —from fast-food to fine dining. Diners get a change to sample exceptional dishes via special prix fixe menus, discounts and promotions at participating restaurants. After all, Hawaii has a place on the map as a culinary destination thanks to top chefs and farm to table dining. A portion of the proceeds from Restaurant Week Hawaii benefit the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Diamond Head. More info


Hawaiian Pro 2018
various times, Ali’i Beach Park, 66-167 Haleiwa Rd., Haleiwa
The Hawaiian Pro is the opening event of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, which has created a local legacy that sets the bar for competition and unofficially marks the start of peak surf season here on Oahu. The surf break Haleiwa, at the family-friendly Ali‘i Beach, offers a wide variety of rideable conditions, offering two-foot aerial displays to 20-foot barrels. International athletes are welcomed to the North Shore to compete alongside locals in epic waves. More info

NOVEMBER 16 & 17

Pa’akai Market
5pm, SALT At Our Kakaako, 691 Auahi Street, Honolulu
Celebrate Hawaiian culture at the monthly Pa‘akai Marketplace at SALT at Our Kakaako. The cultural showcase takes place in The Barn at SALT and brings together a variety of Hawaiii artists, crafters and cultural practitioners. Held in collaboration with PAʻI Foundation, this is a free family and pet-friendly event. Plus, enjoy live entertainment on Friday night, including Jason Midro at 5pm and Daniel Nakashima at 7:15pm. More info


Aloha Home Market
9am-2pm, 340 Uluniu St., Kailua
Spend your morning and afternoon in Kailua for a premier pop-up market. Support small businesses by celebrating local fashion, flowers, furniture, furnishings and more. Expect a showcase of unique local treasures, featuring Hawaii’s finest furniture makers and artisans. Rocket Coffee and Infernos Pizza will be there to fuel you through your shopping spree. More info


Tribute to Bob Marley: Guidance Band
6:30pm & 9pm, Blue Note Hawaii, 2335 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu
Local reggae group Guidance Band returns to Blue Note Hawaii for a tribute to Bob Marley. As many know, Marley is most known for spreading the message of peace and love and bringing ska and reggae to the forefront of popular music. Kama’aina tip: a 15% kama‘aina discount is available to residents for most shows and available online with code MAHALO15. Tickets & more info

Restaurant Week image via Herringbone Waikiki

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