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Aloha Stadium in Honolulu

This picture of the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii was taken from the deck of the USS Missouri Battleship in Pearl Harbor. The boat in the foreground is transporting visitors to the USS Arizona Memorial. The bridge on the left side of the picture connects Ford Island and mainland Oahu, and it is the route taken by the USS Missouri Battleship shuttle buses.

Aloha Stadium
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Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii was built in 1975, and it is located at the edge of Pearl Harbor, about two miles from the Honolulu International Airport and twelve miles from Waikiki. The stadium can seat 50,000 people and more then 400 wheelchairs. It is owned and managed by the State of Hawaii. The stands are moveable, so the stadium can be set up in three different configurations: An oval for football, a diamond for baseball, and a triangle for concerts.

Events held at the Aloha Stadium include football, baseball, soccer, boxing, motocross, mud races, tractor pulls, music festivals, carnivals, concerts. Annual events at the Aloha Stadium include NCAA Hawaii Bowl, the NFL Pro Bowl, and the independently managed Hula Bowl. It is also the venue for the University of Hawaii Warriors football games and the huge Aloha Stadium Swap Meet held around the outside of the stadium three days a week.


Aloha Stadium
99-500 Salt Lake Boulevard, Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii
Phone: (808) 483-2500 | Fax: (808) 483-2823
Official Web Site: AlohaStadium.hawaii.gov

See also:
- Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
- Bowl Football Games in Hawaii
- Hawaii May Bid on the 2016 Super Bowl


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