After 47 years, say ‘so long’ to Aloha Stadium with special tours and photo ops
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - After 47 years, Aloha Stadium is hosting a final aloha as the state prepares to shutter the facility to make way for a new stadium complex.
The stadium will be open to the public as part of a closing ceremony on Feb. 25, from 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
At the event, you’ll be able to honor the iconic Aloha Stadium with photo opportunities and activities, including an unguided limited tour and viewing of the Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame and event memorabilia.
You’ll also be able to check out areas of Aloha Stadium that are usually off-limits to the public.
And get a firsthand look at memorabilia from past concerts, professional sporting events, University of Hawaii games, and even Athlete uniforms — including Colt Brennan and Timmy Chang.
On the field, fans and keiki will be able to live the game day experience one last time, featuring pregame activities followed by half-time games, giveaways, and entertainment throughout the event.
They will also be catered by some of Hawaii’s favorite local food trucks to bring back beloved stadium foods.
Due to limited spacing, reservations are required. Tickets are now available online here.
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