Hawaii's largest outdoor arena Aloha Stadium - Stadium in Honolulu, United States

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99-500 Salt Lake Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96818




(808) 483-2500

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4.30 (4563 reviews)


  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair accessible entrance
    • Wheelchair accessible parking lot


Frequently mentioned in reviews: place (6) Hawaii (6)

  • 5John S. 1 year ago
    Everything you see at the ABC stores you can find here for half the price. Worth the one dollar you pay to get in per car load. But all your gifts here. You cannot go wrong. Also has awesome food trucks and crack seed vendors. Very cheap and worth the trip.

  • 5Vincent A. 1 year ago
    Great place! Walked around the at flea market on a Sunday and checked out the stores there‼️🏟 📸‘s taken on 7/7/2019

  • 5Lenor M. 1 year ago
    My families and I went for the Alohaland Christmas light display. A couple of reasons, 1st to support the charity, didn't need to park and walk around neighborhoods displaying lights with a lot of people not following the guidelines of wearing masks. It went at a good pace where you can actually enjoy the displays. My favorite part was the tunnels and the Christmas trees lighting at the end. Hopefully they have it next year with more of an elaborate display.

  • 5D. 4 months ago
    Cool Stadium which has partly filled the hole left when Ohana Hale closed down. Biggest complaint is that there are some merchants who own 3-4 different tables but selling exactly the same thing. However there are a few diamonds in the rough. Belt sellers, coffee sellers, shirt sellers, candles, aromatics and even more. Entry fee is $2, parking $1 (you do not have to pay if you arrive on foot or using a pedal bicycle).

  • 5D. 2 months ago
    Aloha Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Halawa, Hawaii, a western suburb of Honolulu. It is the largest stadium in the state of Hawaii. We went to the local farmers market they put on every Friday during the Summer and got lots of great souvenirs.

  • 5Danielle L. 4 months ago
    When ever my parents come out we come here for souvenirs at the swap meet. Lots of fun “cheap” things not made in Hawaii. Please try to support local when in the islands visiting. Check to see where the Hawaii goods are made!

  • 5Jennifer C. 3 months ago
    OMG! If you’re a tourist, love spicy and gift shop Knick knacks then this is the place for you. The best deals anywhere. We visited twice on our week in Hawaii!

  • 5K. 7 months ago
    Wonderful morning walk and a few times around in different lanes...from wonderful nick nacks..to Beutiful vendors of choices from Hawaiian print clothing to fresh cut coconut and gotta love the Mango

  • 5Hawaiian M. 7 months ago
    We love the Aloha Stadium! Best place in the world for Swap Meet and All our concerts and sports!!

  • 5angel b. 5 months ago
    We went to the flea market there it was the best place to get gifts to take home without tourist prices. Got our beach towels etc...

  • 4Kabir B. 1 year ago
    Great tour. Nothing outright special about the stadium but relaxed and interesting. My friend and I even got to walk on the field and chuck the pigskin around and kick some field goals! Very friendly guide.

  • 4julio r. 1 year ago
    Has definitely seen better times. Almost seems like it's in a ruin.

  • 4Joyce L. 1 year ago
    Aloha stadium is huge place you need to wear a comfortable clothes dont bring much stuff on yourself you only need money reusable bag face mask water and sanitizer.. and happy face the place is good with friendly people, their goods is ok cheaper than you can imagine and its worth it.

  • 4Shawn B. 1 year ago
    I was sad to see the stadium in the shape it is in... but the market was unbelievable!!! I am a teacher back home in WA and took advantage of the opportunity to pick up some gifts for my students.

  • 4Zania F. 1 year ago
    Stadium will be undergoing renovations but until then, enjoyed walking through many different shops during swamp meet.

  • 4K C. 3 months ago
    Variety of vendors. Great prices. Very few vendors than I usually see on the weekends. Bus stops across the street. Need more speedy process for people that are walking into Swap Meet. Cluster of people trying to pay their money and only one staff member was handling the crowd. Entry fee went up from $1 to $2. If you are Hawaii resident, you only pay $1. Bathrooms were a bit far, but very clean. ATM machine available, but charge high fee for transactions. Best to bring cash with you. Also, some vendors only accept cash. Go early to avoid the heat and crowds.

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Last updated: 2022-08-18