In Hawaii, we love our karaoke. Whether you’re looking to belt out an off-key rendition of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,” or let your voice ring out to the latest pop hit, you’ll find plenty of fun and creative spaces to do so in Hawaii. The great karaoke bars of Paradise offer private rooms and jovial bar areas to sing along to all of your favorites. Here are the 10 best in the state.
Hawaii Voice KTV & Lounge is an awesome spot for a fun night out with friends, as you can reserve your own room for karaoke. These rooms feature comfortable couches, wireless microphones so you won’t get tripped up while belting it out, and ultra-wide HD TVs for karaoke. The in-room touch panels allow you to seamlessly contact the staff and order drinks or food.
Nocturna Lounge offers a state-of-the-art karaoke system as well as video games, a full bar, and private rooms. The full bar creates tasty cocktails and as they don’t serve food, you can feel free to bring your own. There are four rooms available all with difference sizes and rates depending on the day of the week and the size of the room.
Air Park Karaoke Lounge offers 11 private karaoke rooms in varying sizes available for different parties. The karaoke equipment includes 55-inch TVs and a touch screen to select among over 120,000 songs. Drinks are sold here, but feel free to bring food from outside. Room rentals start at $25 per hour, making this a great option for a group of friends celebrating a birthday or milestone.
Wang Chung’s is considered one of the best bars in Honolulu both due to their lively nightlife options and their efforts in giving back to the community through charitable donations. As far as karaoke goes, singers can request songs for $1 per song, and this is done using song request slips. Everyone in the crowd is encouraged to cheer and positively encourage the singers, making this a fun environment for karaoke.
My Bar is a welcoming night club in Kona that has karaoke night every Sunday through Thursday after 7 p.m. They have over 21,000 music videos and songs to choose from. In addition, it only costs $1 per song request.
8 Fat Fat 8 is a family-friendly restaurant and karaoke bar. The atmosphere here is very relaxed and community-oriented, so if someone is performing a karaoke song, other guests might join in. They also offer video games and show sports games on the TVs.
Sam’s Hideaway is another friendly spot for drinks and singing, with karaoke every night starting at 8 p.m. This 21+ bar is very welcoming, creating an encouraging atmosphere in which to perform karaoke—great for first-time performers. They also show sports games on their TVs.
Bar Code is a locally-owned bar and restaurant that aims to please karaoke lovers. They offer karaoke from Monday through Saturday from 4:30 p.m. until 2 a.m. In this karaoke bar, singers make requests and pass the mike around based upon the sign-up list.
Alley Katz is a private karaoke studio that is open only upon reservation every day of the week. The private rooms are all air-conditioned and the facility is completely bring-your-own (food and drinks). They also offer discounts for students, faculty, military, and for birthdays, making Alley Katz a more affordable option for karaoke. Be sure to call ahead to make a reservation or learn more about hourly rates.
Karaoke GS Studio is a private karaoke facility located in the Aqua Oasis Hotel. It offers six rooms of varying sizes and the room rates vary based on size and day of the week. However, there are great discounts available for early-bird karaoke as well as two-hour packages. Karaoke GS Studio has a menu featuring non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages.