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July 12, 2016

Blue Note Hawaii



Blue Note Hawaii is located inside the Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort and serves as Hawaii’s premier venue for world-renowned artists, from jazz and blues to Hawaiian favorites.  Formerly the Society of Seven showroom, the 9,000 square-foot facility seats over 300 and showcases two performances nightly in an intimate setting - seven days a week, 365 days a year.   Blue Note is also available for private events. 

My daughter takes ukulele lessons so I thought it would be fun for her to watch ukulele master, Jake Shimabukuro live.  I love that Blue Note Hawaii features leaders in jazz as well as other musicians including top local artists. 

Seating here is first come first serve within your section.  Most shows have 3 tiers: Premium Tables, Loge Tables and Bar.  The Premium tables and booths are closest to the stage; Loge Tables are elevated; and the Bar area is in the upper tier.  All areas have great views of the stage.  Doors open at 5pm for the first set (6:30pm).  Since there were only two of us, we had to share a table with another couple which was fine. 

Blue Note Hawaii has a great drink menu as well as food menu.  My daughter loved the salmon with the unagi glaze and I really enjoyed my spinach salad with salmon.  For dessert, we indulged in banana lumpia as well as bread pudding.  The food was excellent as well as the service!  There is a $10 food and beverage minimum per person. 

The show was great and the sound was amazing!  We had a wonderful experience and hope to back to check out more shows. 

Validated parking ($6) for up to 4 hours is available at the Ohana East Hotel. No dress code.  Open to all ages, but no seating of minors in bar area.  Fully ADA compliant.

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