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Things To Do in Hawaii, HI

Les Murakami StadiumLes Murakami Stadium

Les Murakami Stadium serves as the baseball stadium at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Constructed in 1984, the stadium is named after legendary Rainbow coach Les Murakami. The $12.2 million stadium features two concession stands, two sunken dugouts, a Grad Slam Booster Club room, and a training room.

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Hawaii Opera TheatreHawaii Opera Theatre

Hawaii Opera Theatre is a bold, successful effort to bring internationally acclaimed performers and the most fantastic opera productions to the Hawaiian island since 1960. Today, Hawaii Opera Theatre is known as one of the largest performing arts organizations in the state and Hawaii's only professional opera company.

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Contemporary MuseumContemporary Museum

The Contemporary Museum occupies a unique place in the creative culture of Hawaii: It is the sole museum in the state dedicated to showing only contemporary art. In fact, the museum has two locations to present the provocative, dynamic forms of visual arts. The first is at the historic Cooke-Spalding house, and the other is downtown at First Hawaiian Center.

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Merrie Monarch FestivalMerrie Monarch Festival

The art of hula is celebrated every April at the Merrie Monarch Festival, the largest 3-day dance festival on the islands and named after the last monarch of Hawaii, King David Kalakaua. In addition to the hula competition, there's also a crafts fair, an art show, hula shows, and a grand parade through Hilo town.

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