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Aloha Stadium - University of Hawaii Athletics

Aloha Stadium - University of Hawaii Athletics

99-500 Salt Lake Blvd, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96818 | 808-483-2500
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Catch an exciting University of Hawaii football game at Aloha Stadium. This top-tier collegiate venue is the largest outdoor arena in the entire state and one of the most popular. What's more, every year it hosts the National Football League's Pro Bowl. Aloha Stadium is also the place to see soccer matches, car shows, and concerts. And since Holiday Inn Resort Waikiki Beachcomber is just 11 miles away, the hotel is an ideal lodging choice for athletes and fans.


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  • Jersey Fun Run
  • Prayer Center of the Pacific
  • Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace


  • Football games
  • Soccer matches
  • Concerts
  • Tours


  • Can I take public transportation to Aloha Stadium?

    You most certainly can and it's most definitely encouraged. Check out the City Bus Link at http://www.thebus.org/ and Go Akamai at www.goakamai.org/Home.aspx. The latter is a free service that consolidates all of the area's public transportation details, such as routes, schedules, and fares. It will also provide referrals for carpools and vanpools.
  • Does the Stadium prohibit any items?

    There are several things you cannot bring into the stadium. These include hard-sided coolers, bottles, and cans. However, you are allowed to take unfilled, plastic water bottles (20 ounces or less) in with you. In addition, you're welcome to show your spirit with banners and signs. But they must be made of paper or soft material that you can roll up or else they'll be confiscated.

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