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Ala Moana to celebrate Independence Day

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Bigger and brighter than ever, Ala Moana Center will once again light up Honolulu’s skyline during the Center’s 25th Annual Fourth of July Celebration. From July 1 - 4, shoppers can enjoy four days of exclusive savings, sweepstakes and live entertainment at Centerstage from Hawai‘i’s top musicians. Consistently rated one of the top 25 fireworks displays in the nation, Ala Moana Center’s annual Fourth of July celebration will culminate with a stunning fireworks show at Ala Moana Beach Park, a must-see event for locals and visitors alike.

Ala Moana Center is proud to present Hawai‘i’s largest Fourth of July fireworks display for the 25th consecutive year. This breathtaking event is the only fireworks show in Hawai‘i to launch from three separate platforms at Ala Moana Beach Park. Free and open to the public, the fireworks display will begin on Monday, July 4 at 8:30 p.m. Spectators can tune in to FM 92.3 KSSK for a live soundtrack that accompanies the show.

Shoppers will have a chance to win Ala Moana Center’s Fourth of July Freedom to Fly Sweepstakes. The grand prize winner will receive a travel package for two including roundtrip airfare to fly anywhere in the United States courtesy of United Airlines Ala Moana Center Ticket Office. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to U.S. residents, age 18 or older. Entry dates: June 27 - July 4. Limit one entry per person. For official rules, please visit AlaMoanaCenter.com.

Shoppers can enjoy live entertainment by some of Hawai‘i’s hottest musicians at Centerstage throughout the weekend beginning July 1 - 4 from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

For more information about Ala Moana Center’s Fourth of July Celebration, please visit AlaMoanaCenter.com. Follow Ala Moana Center on Twitter @AlaMoanaCenter, Facebook and Instagram @AlaMoanaCenter.

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