There's a certain melancholy that I feel every time I see the last person off to the airport after a tour. The fun is over, the lights have turned off, and it's time to go home. All good things must come to an end. But that joy, those memories - those brand new friendships - they last for long, long after I finish another one of these blog posts. The goal of Hawaii Sports Fans is to always provide the highest fan experience and value for your money, but moreover, we want to s
The BIG HOUSE-- it's everything AND more. We learned firsthand as we sat six rows from the field, on the 10-yard line behind our #HawaiiFB team, amongst over 110,000 people. But our HSF experience began the night before, Friday 9/9/22, at a popular Local sports bar located near the Detroit Airport, Wheat & Rye. We gathered for drinks, dinner and celebration with fellow Road Warriors who traveled near and far-- some came in from the Islands but we also got to meet some who ca
Check out these highlights from Inaugural Tour 2012, which was a raving success! Hawaii Sports Fans Inaugural Tour 2012 started in beautiful San Diego, California, working its way up through Anaheim and then into Hollywood and Downtown LA. Along the way, over 40 sports fans enjoyed three Major League Baseball games, including Padres vs. Braves, Angels vs. Red Sox, and Dodgers vs. DBacks, as well as the college football season opener for the nation's #1 ranked USC Trojans vs.