Hawaii: List Of Businesses Temporarily Closing And Rescheduling Due To COVID Cases Surging


As omicron cases surge in Hawaii and continue to follow us into the New Year, many businesses are temporarily closing and events are forced to reschedule.

Blue Note Hawaii was one of the first to postpone a big event when one of the members from the popular Hawaii band The Green tested positive for the virus.

“We are disappointed to have to cancel the shows, but it’s out of our control,” said Martha Seroogy, Blue Note Hawaii Director of Marketing. “We want the musicians to get well and look forward to presenting the rest of our January shows welcoming The Green back in March.”

Other businesses are trailing behind on the decision to temporarily close or reschedule events:


    • Tom Segura: I’m Coming Everywhere World Tour:
      Original date: December 31, 2021
      New date: December 31, 2022
    • Na Maka O Pu’uwai Aloha
      Original date: January 21-23, 2022
      Currently in the process of being rescheduled.
    • The Ron Artis II & Friends:
      Original date: January 1, 2022
      New date: April 30, 2022. Will include a new slate of invited special guests, including top-flight international guitarist Eric Gales and blues maestro G-Love.


  • The Green
    Original date: Dec. 29, 2021, through January 2, 2022
    New date: March 3, 2022, through March 7, 2022

Tanioka’s: Closed on Dec. 27, 2021. Reopens on Jan. 19, 2022

Allison Izu: Closed on Dec. 29, 2021. Will reopen as soon as possible.