Dozens of events are planned for pride including an "Artists for Social Justice" concert at UH Manoa, a celebration at Kapiolani Park and even a cheerleading clinic with visiting teams from Seattle and San Francisco.
"Our Aloha State is a shining example of a place where people from all walks of life live, work and play together in harmony," Gov. David Ige said in a special message. "Hawaii is a melting pot where all are accepted, respected and treated with dignity."
The celebration culminates with a colorful pride parade from Ala Moana through Waikiki on Saturday, Oct. 21. It begins at 11 a.m.
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