Celebrate Father's Day at Hilton Hawaiian Village's "BBQ Festival Weekend"

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort will host "Honolulu BBQ Festival Weekend" from June 17-18.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort will host "Honolulu BBQ Festival Weekend" from June 17-18.

Foodies planning on celebrating Father's Day in the Aloha State should check out Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort’s "Honolulu BBQ Festival Weekend," featuring the “winningest man in barbecue,” pitmaster Myron Mixon, from June 17-18.

Myron has won more barbecue competitions than anyone else in the world and is the host of “Smoked,” executive producer and co-host of “BBQ Rules,” and star of two other hit television shows, “BBQ Pitmasters” and “BBQ Pitwars” on Discovery’s Destination America. 

Combined with hotel room rates, this package could make for a great Father’s Day gift. The event on June 17 will feature a cooking class with the master himself, where participants will learn from Mixon how to prepare several classic barbecue dishes. 

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The celebration continues on June 18, where an impressive spread of barbecue favorites will line the great lawn at the Hilton Hawaiian Village for the Honolulu BBQ and Blues Festival. 

Participants will savor their grilled favorites to the sounds of Hawaiian swing band Kahulanui, iconic contemporary Hawaiian band, Kalapana, and other special guest artists.

Visit www.hiltonhawaiianvillage.com/bbq

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