‘Hawaii Five-O’ premiere @ Sunset on the Beach

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Thousands turned out for Saturday’s “Hawaii Five-0″ Season 2 premiere at Sunset on the Beach. Along with seeing the world premiere of Season 2′s opening episode, those attending the event caught all the “Five-0″ stars as they walked a red carpet along Waikiki Beach.

Some fans began camping out early Saturday morning to take part in the huge star fest, while others flew in from all over the country just to see the premiere. The celebs in attendance included Alex O’Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park, Masi Oka, Terry O’Quinn, Lauren German, Mark Dacascos, Taylor Wily, Teilor Grubbs and Executive Producers Peter Lenkov and Roberto Orci.

Prior to the screening, Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle declared Sept. 10 as “Hawaii Five-0 Day.” There was also live entertainment by Hapa, a cultural tribute and fire dancing and an introduction from CBS Television President David Stapf.

We won’t give away major plot points for the season opener, but we can say the high drama of Steve McGarrett’s quest to find the truth and attempt to prove his innocence drew lots of cheers from the crowd.

Anyway, here are shots from the event:

H50 stars walk the red carpet

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Scott Caan arrives on the red carpet, looking dapper in a grey vested suit.

Photo by Dallas Nagata White

Scenes from the premiere

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Photo by Dallas Nagata White

See our video coverage from the “Hawaii Five-0″ Season 2 premiere.


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<p>Just some suggestions to make your site even better than it already is. Mahalo!</p>

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@JackieC Hi Jackie! Note taken! We'll put some thought into your suggestions and will keep you updated! Thanks for reading!