Celebrate the Fourth of July at the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu

fireworksThe Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) on Oahu is making the Fourth of July holiday a three-day celebration for the whole family to enjoy, featuring fun activities, food, free movies, a sidewalk sale with select merchandise up to 75 percent off and special bargain items, and a free concert at the Hukilau Marketplace.

Located at the entrance of the PCC, the Hukilau Marketplace offers free admission, free parking, free Wi-Fi, and a variety of shops, eateries and specialty goods inspired by the North Shore.

Adding to the excitement of the Fourth of July weekend, all local residents who sign up to join the PCC’s free loyalty Ohana Club program from June 20 to July 4 will be entered for a chance to win an Apple Watch.


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Both new and existing members may have their names entered multiple times if they are noted as having referred others to join. The winner will be chosen on the final night of the Hukilau Marketplace Fourth of July celebration.

Including free admission to members-only events, Ohana Club members will receive special offers and seasonal coupons from the PCC, a discount on Kamaaina Annual Passes and other loyalty rewards. Membership is free for all Hawaii residents with a valid Hawaii ID. 

Visit www.pcckamaaina.com and www.HukilauMarketplace.com

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