Public Information Division
Department of Customer Services
City & County of Honolulu
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 7, 2002
SUNSET ON THE BEACH UPDATE (for Sat., Jan. 12 & Sun., Jan. 13)
Queen’s Surf Beach is the place to be for Honolulu’s newest and most popular weekend event for residents and visitors, Sunset on the Beach, this Saturday and Sunday, from 4 – 9 p.m
Enjoy the Hawaiian sunset from world-famous Waikiki Beach. Relax with a cool beverage, pupus and live entertainment on the Hawaiian stage from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Whether you picnic on the beach or dine on the Kapahulu pier, choose from a wide menu selection – from hot dogs, hamburgers and popcorn to deluxe signature plates at very special rates.
Food stations, featuring the culinary delights of O`ahu’s diverse restaurants, include Davey Jones Ribs, Lobster & Crab House, Willow’s, Ocean Steak House, Pizza Hut, Skyline Café, Royal Hawaiian Hot Dog, Popcorn Express and Beach House Cart.
The highlight of each evening is a classic movie. To commemorate the Korean Centennial Festival on Saturday at Kapiolani Park, Sunset on the Beach will show a special film, “I Wish I Had A Wife,” a Korean feature film with English subtitles. The moviee will be followed by Superman. On Sunday, January 13, Sunset will show Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Projected on a 30-foot screen with Diamond Head in the background, the popular movies are shown at sunset (6:15 p.m.).
Mayor Mayor Jeremy Harris, the City and County of Honolulu, Waikiki Improvement Association, Hawaii Restaurant Association, 2003 Centennial Committee of Korea Immigration to the United States, News 8-NBC Hawaii and K5-The Home Team, and KORL are proud sponsors of Sunset on the Beach.
There’s lots of parking at the Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Shell.
Call 523-CITY for more information.