Aloha Stadium - Wikipedia
Aloha Stadium Tickets - Buy and sell Aloha Stadium event tickets and check. Alternate parking will also be available Radford High School, Kam Drive In, and Leeward Community College. As of Friday, 22, tickets have been sold. In addition, there will be a modified Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace from select areas around Oahu to the home games this season. The swap meet is in the circular parking lot that wraps around the stadium. Address: Salt Lake Blvd., Honolulu, Hawaii ; Phone: ; Web: az-links.info -.
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They're going to be there hours, max. If they get there and find it too hot or they don't like it, they can leave.
But none of that is actually relevant to this thread - all the OP asked was how to get there. Nobody said everyone on this planet had to be exactly the same, or like the same things, or do the same things. Aussies want to go to Waikele. They don't want to hear all the reasons they should not go.
They have a question about how to get there, not about whether or not they should go. They want to know about food options on site - not be told there are none when there actually are. If someone asks how to get to Dole, they are not looking to be told how much of a tourist trap it is.
Chances are they are already well aware! If someone has accommodation booked at Ko Olina, chances are they are actually somewhat excited about that, and they do not want someone to come in and pour a bucket of reasons why Ko Olina is not a good place to vacation over their heads.
It might be better to try to provide a little more info, maybe some links to a blog post or a trip report or if talking about a hotel more information on the building with photos they can look at, and then that person can make an educated guess on whether something might be for them or not. As it is now, whenever I see someone asking a question about certain places, I cringe because I know what kind of negativity is going to eventually appear in that thread. Anyway, I am putting this out there in the hope that maybe some more positivity on certain destinations can come to the Oahu forums as a surprise going forward.
And if not, I'll have to suck it up and learn to live with it as much as I may not like it.
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Four movable 7,seat sections, each 3. In Januarythe stadium was permanently locked into its football configuration due to cost and maintenance issues. There are several issues regarding rusting of the facility, several hundred seats that need to be replaced, and restroom facilities that need to be expanded to accommodate more patrons.
It was intended to create a protective patina that would eliminate the need for painting, but in the ocean salt-laden air of Honolulu, it has never stopped rusting. The new stadium may also be used to attempt to lure a Super Bowl to Hawaii in the future.
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The Aloha Stadium Authority plans to add more luxury suites, replacing all seats, rusting treatments, parking lots, more restrooms, pedestrian bridge supports, enclosed lounge, and more. There is also a proposal that would close the 4 openings in the corners of the stadium to add more seats.
Inthe playing field was refurbished in part due to a naming rights sponsorship from Hawaiian Airlines. As a result of the sponsorship deal, the field was referred to as Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. The plan is to build a smaller 30, seat stadium on the existing property and also build commercial development around the stadium.