Top 5 things to do this weekend

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Parties, food, fitness and charity: This weekend is going to be busy! Eat. Sleep. Work out. And we haven’t even mentioned the bon dances!

Art & Flea: Lost at SeaArt & Flea: Lost at Sea
Thursday, June 25
5 p.m.

This month expect to find free bike valet at the entrance, food and a pho eating challenge from Pig and the Lady, live DJ sets from KTUH and Secret Record Store, and of course all of the workshops and artisan vendors you love.



Eat the Street: USAEat the Street: USA
Friday, June 26
4 p.m.

Eat the Street has settled into its new home at Kakaako Waterfront Park and this month’s culinary theme is — what else? — coast-to-coast grinds from our home in the U.S.A. With the national birthday right around the corner, we’re working up an appetite for comforting street eats!



Art After Dark: Wig OutArt After Dark: Wig Out
Friday, June 26
6 p.m.

This month, bust out your highest heels and biggest fake hair! And see the racy exhibition Feast of Fools: Triptych Paintings by Masami Teraoka. Great entertainment includes four drag performances, a high-heel contest, massages, music, dancing and more. Now that Streetgrindz is providing the food and bar, this party is sure to be well-attended.


2015 ESPN 1420 Sports Festival2015 ESPN 1420 Sports Festival
Saturday, June 27
9 a.m.

Want to get more fit? This year’s sports fest features 100 booths showcasing the latest in sports, health and fitness industry products and services. Put on your sneakers and take part in activities and demos by local sports clubs and all-day games including basketball, baseball, football and more.



Waffles for WishesWaffles for Wishes
Sunday, June 28
10 a.m.

Waffles for Wishes is the official launch for Make-A-Wish Hawaii’s new Young Leaders Board, comprising a diverse group of professionals under 45. Tickets cost $85 per person, with admission covering unlimited food and drink. With participating vendors such as Koko Head Café, MW Restaurant, The Pig & The Lady and Liliha Bakery, you won’t want to miss this chance to help make a tiny person’s dream come true.