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Aloha Stadium, Honolulu

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Aloha Stadium is a stadium located in Halawa, Hawaii, a western suburb of Honolulu (though with a Honolulu address). It is the largest stadium in the state of Hawaii. Aloha Stadium is home to the University of Hawaiʻi Rainbow Warriors football team (Mountain West Conference, NCAA Division I FBS).


It hosts the NCAA's Hawaiʻi Bowl (2002–present) and Hula Bowl (restarting in 2020, previously hosted 1975–1997 and 2006–2008), and formerly was home to the National Football League's Pro Bowl from 1980 through 2016 (except in 2010 and 2015). It also hosts numerous high school football games during the season, and serves as a venue for large concerts and events, including high school graduation ceremonies. A swap meet in the stadium's parking lot every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday draws large crowds.
Aloha Stadium was home field for the AAA Hawaii Islanders of the Pacific Coast League (PCL) from 1975 to 1987, before the team moved to Colorado Springs.
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  • Incredible place to have fun! You can walk for ever and still not see it all!! Tons of goodies for all ages and stages. One of the best around. Be sure to have sunscreen handy. People start gathering....  more »
  • Attended a football game Hawaii v San Jose State. Parking at the venue was great & we enjoyed the food at the pop up stalls. Lots of helpful staff greeting & guiding us to our seats. The bands...  more »
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  • Went to flea market, good items, great people and some bargains for mementos to take home. Recommend buy from here and not chain or multimillion dollar stores. This is where most of the vendors went when the city tore down the beautiful and fun international open air market. Now the new market only has big chain stores and is no longer open aired. It was bad politics to remove the original market and I encourage everyone to not spend any money at the new market but go to the Aloha bowl flea market for those original ma and pa owned local businesses.
  • We went to the swap meet during our visit to Hawaii. They have fresh produce, t shirts, jewelry, soaps, wood carved statues, some personalized items and trinkets and souvenirs of all kinds. The t shirts are usually 4 or 5 for $20. Super cheap! We only made it through maybe a quarter of the booths, there were so many. And we were there for at least an hour and a half. Bring cash just in case. Best place to buy souvenirs, hands down.

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