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Next Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Home Game

Buy tickets for Sheraton Hawaii Bowl at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, HI on December 22, 2018 5:30PM local time. There are currently 1 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl games available for sale.

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How to Buy Hawaii Bowl Tickets

1. Scan through the 2018 Hawaii Bowl schedule to select the tickets that you would like.

2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Hawaii Bowl tickets, the Aloha Stadium interactive seating chart, ticket quantity and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available Hawaii Bowl tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Hawaii Bowl tickets that will be delivered electronically. The Aloha Stadium interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.

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2018 Hawaii Bowl Preview

The 2018 Hawaii Bowl will take place on December 22 and will feature a matchup of Conference USA vs. Mountain West. Fresno State defeated Houston in a 33-27 decision in 2017. Check back with TicketCity in December for more details on this year's Hawaii Bowl matchup!

Hawaii Bowl at Aloha Stadium

Address: 99-500 Salt Lake Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96818

Aloha Stadium, site of the Aloha Bowl, was opened in 1975 and holds 50,000 spectators. The stadium was the first in the U.S. to be reconfigured for different purposes. Large sections of the stadium can be moved via air cushions into different arrangements. These sections are now locked permanently in place for football due to maintenance concerns, but the stadium was previously used for baseball and soccer as well.

Orange Level

The orange level of Aloha Stadium brings fans the closest to the playing field. It is broken down into sideline and end zone sections. Sideline sections include F-Q and FF-QQ, while the end zone includes E-EE and R-RR.

Blue Level

Along with the rest of the levels, the blue level shares the same sections as orange but is one tier further from the field.

Brown Level

The brown level is the third from the field and contains club seating. It features a smaller seating area of only four rows per section. In terms of height, it is situated in the middle of Aloha Stadium, offering great vantage points of the entire field.

Red Level

Located in the fourth tier of the stadium, the red level runs along the sidelines and end zones. Sections here contain five rows and offer great views of both ends of the field.

Yellow Level

The sections in the yellow level span upwards to 12 rows and are the furthest from the field. The rows in this level are a continuation from the red level and range from 6 to 17.

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Hawaii Bowl Event Guide

What are the best attractions to see when in Honolulu for the Hawaii Bowl?

As the state capital, Honolulu offers a wide variety of historical treasures to Hawaii. Most notable is Pearl Harbor, which is only a quick ferry ride away from the island. There are also multiple museums in Honolulu, including the state's largest collection of natural history specimens and Hawaiian/Pacific culture artifacts at the Bishop Museum. A great beach to check out in the area is Hanauma Bay; what once was a Volcano is now one of the prettiest beach coves on the island. Be sure to get there early as once the bay is filled to capacity it is a one-in-one-out policy. Diamond Head is also a great way to get out and see the island from a natural perspective. The hike takes you along the volcanic outline of the island's most notable peak.

Where are the best places to eat when in Honolulu for the Hawaii Bowl?

Waikiki is known as the island's tourist district and offers a great chance to check out some of the local food options as well as common favorites. Duke's is one of Honolulu's best island grilles, featuring a robust menu of Hawaiian cuisine, seafood and steaks. Another secret of Hawaii is the Hawaiian style hot dog, the Puka Dog. Puka Dog is in the Poipu Shopping Village just off Poipu Road and is sure to be your favorite meal of the trip.

What are the best games in Hawaii Bowl history?

There have been many great games in the Hawaii Bowl's history, including the 2005 game when UCF faced Nevada in the school's first-ever bowl game. In 2007, Chris Johnson set the NCAA's FBS bowl record for all-purpose yards against Boise State (223 rushing yards, 32 receiving yards, 153 return yards). For a complete list of former Hawaii Bowl matchups, visit our Hawaii Bowl Champions page.

Who are the most famous players to play in the Hawaii Bowl?

Many players in the Hawaii Bowl have gone on to represent their college in the NFL. The list includes players like Brandon Marshall, Chris Johnson, Golden Tate, Jimmy Clausen, Margus Hunt and Davante Adams.

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