Tickets For Lahainaluna vs. Iolani on Sale at FHB
Tickets for Friday’s First Hawaiian Bank/Hawaiʻi High School Athletic Association Football State Championships doubleheader are available at the Aloha Stadium box office and all Oʻahu First Hawaiian Bank locations — plus the Lahaina and Kahana branches.
ʻIolani will face Lahainaluna in the Division II championship game at 4:30 p.m. at Aloha Stadium’s Hawaiian Airlines Field, followed by Mililani vs. Punahou in the Division I title game at 7:30.
Click here for the: HHSAA’s championship press release.
Title sponsor First Hawaiian Bank is helping to alleviate long lines at the stadium by selling special discounted general admission tickets for $9, which will be available during business hours through the end of the business day Friday, Nov. 21 (while supplies last). FHB accepts cash, checks (including non-FHB checks), Visa Card, Master Card and travelers checks. Senior and student tickets will not be available at FHB.
Ticket prices at the Aloha Stadium box office are $12 general admission and $5 for students grades K-12 and seniors ages 62 and over.
The HHSAA and Aloha Stadium are encouraging football fans to buy their tickets before coming to the games on Friday to avoid long lines at the box office.
“The HHSAA would like to thank First Hawaiian Bank for allowing their branches to sell general admission championship game tickets at this special price,” said Chris Chun, executive director of the HHSAA. “We appreciate First Hawaiian Bank’s long standing support of Hawaiʻi’s high school student athletes, particularly through their title sponsorship of the football and canoe paddling state championships.”
Aloha Stadium’s main box office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and from 9 a.m. Friday through halftime of the Division I championship game. Aloha Stadium accepts cash only for all ticket sales.
Watch Game on Oceanic TWC Pay Per View
If you can’t make the trip to Oʻahu, you can watch the game on Oceanic Time Warner Cable pay per view (channel 260 or digital 1260) $39.95 on Oahu, $19.95 neighbor islands; live web stream available for purchase on game day only (Oceanic.com) $10 [Note: All proceeds will go to Hawaiʻi High School Athletic Association].