Neal S Blaisdell Concert Hall - Enjoy your favorite concerts in paradise!
No discussion of Honolulu-area
performing arts centers would be complete without mentioning the Neal S. Blaisdell Center. Established in 1964, the original
moniker of the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall was the Hawaii International Center. The name was changed in honor of former
mayor Neal S. Blaisdell - a very well-liked, well-respected mayor of part-Hawaiian descent.
The Blaisdell Center complex
is comprised of a exhibition hall, galleria, concert hall, arena and meeting rooms. It has been renovated over the last several
years to make it more appealing to the modern touring events.
Many renowned entertainers have taken the stage of the
Blaisdell Center, including The Eagles, Elvis and Bon Jovi.
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If your plans are taking you to Honolulu, add the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert
Hall to your list of things to see and do. Enjoy live entertainment in the shadow of beautiful surroundings!
most used and largest venue in Hawaii, the Neal S. Blaisdell Center is purposed to host everything under the sun - from concerts
to conventions to exhibitions to trade shows to family shows to sporting events and more.
The Neal S. Blaisdell Concert
Hall serves as the home to the Hawa'i Opera Theatre and the Honolulu Symphony. Broadway productions have also been hosted
there, including Les Miserables, Wicked, The Phantom of the Opera, Shen Yu, Chicago, Cats, Miss Saigon, The Lion King and
The 2013-14 season promises a score of talented speakers, musical entertainers and theatrical productions as well,
including Boz Scaggs, Jake Shimabukuro, Bill Maher and Lion King.
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Honolulu is often associated
with warm climate, surfing and friendly people. But it's also know for its performing arts and cultural offerings.
Neal S. Blaisdell Center is located on the island of Oahu in downtown Honolulu - the current governmental, economic, historic
and centerpiece of Honolulu. The downtown area is comprised of both historic and modern-day buildings and complexes, including
the Neal S. Blaisdell Center.
The Neal S. Blaisdell Center is easily accessible from shopping centers, Waikiki attractions
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Equipped to seat 2,158 guests, the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall features luxury theater seats.
With continental seating, updated sound systems, modern lighting and a proscenium stage, the Concert Hall is also purposed
for graduations, symposiums, large meetings and plenary sessions.
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Take a stroll around the Neal S. Blaisdell Center, and you will understand why
the property's hallmark is its coconut tree groves and is known for its sweeping lawns, which were planted at the original
Besides its pristine setting, the Neal S. Blaisdell Center is additionally noted for a certain rock-and-roll
artist. Elvis Presley took the stage of the Blaisdell Center, marking one of the most notable events in this venue's history.
His Aloha from Hawaii concert was the planet's first satellite concert, which reached nearly 1.5 billion people! Additionally,
in commemoration of this singing legend, a statue of the King stands at the Blaisdell Center. Visitors and fans pay tribute
to the Elvis icon by decorating it with leis.
So if you're ever in Honolulu, make sure you stop by the Neal S. Blaisdell
Center to take in the breathtaking scenery, the top-tier entertainment and a glimpse of the king himself.
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