VIP Dinner at Kualoa Ranch

  A group of 20 flew in by chopper to this intimate, formally plated dinner. Events International teamed up with Chef Elmer and his chefs to produce this 2 course meal at Paliku Gardens in Kualoa Ranch. Sitting atop the Windward mountains, guests enjoyed live music as they looked out over Oahu’s east side.

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Zombie Dash Returns to Hawaii for 2016!

Buy your tickets now and join us at Turtle Bay Resort for this year’s Zombie Dash! Last year’s event sold out quick so hurry and be a part of this fun-filled, zombie-chasing, blood-curdling event! Once again, we have teamed up with Tantriq Entertainment to create every prop and obstacle that are placed throughout the course.

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Navy SEALS Foundation Formal Gala

Last week, Events International teamed up with Chef Holly and Chef Moumen of Pacific Catering to produce a Formally Plated Gala Dinner for the Navy SEALS Foundation. This foundation fundraisers money through all kinds of events and auctions to support the families of soldiers who have given their lives to fight and protect our country. Events International

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Ukulele Music Festival 2016

  The beautiful aftermath of this year’s Ukulele Music Festival at Kapiolani Park. Despite heavy rains throughout the festival, the day ended on a beautiful note. Hundreds of families enjoyed the music, the food and the history of the ukulele. Catch us next year and get a glimpse of the true greatness that is Hawaii Nei!

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Hawaiian Telcom Today!

Another one! Events International and Hawaiian Telcom team up again today for the their third event this month. We are a full events production company and can provide your organization with the right elements (food, rentals, lighting, staging, day-of coordination, etc) to match your vision. Visit us today at EventsInt.com or email your inquiries at

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Punahou’s 175th Anniversary

This last Saturday, Events International helped produce Punahou School’s 175th Anniversary. Hula dancers and Punahou alumni were all welcomed to stage and presented to the 550 guests of the gathering. A slideshow of past and present students explaining what “My Punahou” meant to them was displayed throughout the event as guests enjoyed delicious food catered

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