Oahu New Year’s Eve Fireworks At Ko Olina

This post is from 2011. Much of the event will be the same in 2012. For more information, see this link.

I just got word that Oahu’s Ko Olina Resort is planning a huge New Year’s Eve fireworks extravaganza! How huge? The sponsors are spending over $100,000 and making the fireworks visible from all four ocean lagoons. They’re also touting it as “Hawaii’s largest”. Here’s a bit more from the sponsors:

  • Synchronized soundtrack features popular music artists from Bruddah Iz and the Black-Eyed Peas to Katy Perry, Journey, Taio Cruz and more
  • First-ever New Year’s Eve offering by Ko Olina fires at midnight over four oceanfront lagoons land and sea vantage points for viewing.
  • $100,000+ show choreographed by Hawaii Explosives & Pyrotechnics, the Pacific Rim’s finest pyrotechnicians

Cocktail and dining options will be available at the Ko Olina resort properties – JW Marriott Ihilani, Disney’s Aulani Resort, and Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club. If you plan to dine at any of these locations, I highly recommend that you book as soon as possible.

Viewing the fireworks is free and open to the public, though parking is $20 per car. Ko Olina grounds will be available from 7pm. See a few more details here about restrictions.

Ko Olina Resort is located on Oahu’s leeward western shore, approximately 17 miles from Honolulu.

See this link for more Oahu New Year’s Eve Fireworks & Events in Honolulu and Waikiki.

This information was originally posted on GoVisitHawaii.com.


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One comment

  1. Hah! Free, but parking is $20. That’s like Hawaiian Air saying the airfare is free, you just have to pay $500 for your seat. :-P Nice try Ko Olina!

    That said, $20 for a family to see an awesome fireworks show is a bargain!

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