Honolulu is one of six Olympic cities hosting the 2020 Olympics.
Here’s everything you need to know about how you can watch the Games, learn more and find your way around.
Honolulu is the first U.S. city to host the Olympics in 2020.
Honolulu will host the 2020 Olympic Games on Aug. 8 and the 2022 Summer Games in South Korea.
Honolulu’s Olympic Stadium will be built on a 3,200-acre site in Waikiki.
The stadium is being built as part of a larger redevelopment plan for Waikīkī.
The project includes $1.4 billion in public investment.
Honolulu was the first city to hold a Summer Olympics, when it hosted the 1964 Winter Olympics.
Hawaii was the only U.K. city and U.N. member to host a Summer Olympic Games in 1960.
Honolulu hosted the 1968 Winter Games and the 2000 Summer Games.
The 2020 Summer Olympic stadium will be dedicated to Hawaii.
The arena will house all of the Olympic and Paralympic sports, including football, swimming, canoeing, track and field and field cycling.
The Honolulu Arena is a privately funded, public facility.
It is privately owned and operated by the city of Honolulu.
It was built in conjunction with the Honolulu Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The new stadium will house the 2017 Summer Olympics and the 2024 Summer Olympics.
The Arena was designed by architect Robert M. Heinlein.
The building has a roof that will be open to the elements.
There will be an additional roof that extends down to the Arena’s roof.
There is a 50-foot-wide bar running along the entire length of the stadium.
The bar will serve as the entrance to the venue.
The roof of the bar will open to reveal the inside of the venue and the outside of the arena.
The venue will feature the most spacious indoor arena in the U.H.S., which has a capacity of 30,000 spectators.
The indoor stadium will feature a capacity for 30,700 spectators and a capacity outdoor of 13,000.
The City of Honolulu is also a partner in the 2020 Games.
In addition to hosting the 2024 Olympic Games, the City of Hawaii is also providing $300 million in financing to the project.
The Stadium will house two Olympic-sized swimming pools with a capacity up to 15,000 people.
The swimming pools will be located in the same areas that host the indoor venues.
The team that wins the pool competition will be awarded the gold medal in the men’s water polo event, while the team that loses the pool event will be denied the gold in the women’s water, which will be contested in the Women’s 100 Meter Relay.
The winning swimmer from each pool will receive a medal in a ceremony in the Olympic Aquatics Centre.
A new indoor water polopacing facility will be constructed on the east side of the Stadium.
The facility will feature four water polos and one mixed polo track.
The 2018 Winter Games will be held in Honolulu.
The event will also feature two indoor swimming pools.
The city is partnering with a Chinese company to build a new indoor swimming pool, which is scheduled to open for the 2018 Winter Olympics in 2018.
The outdoor swimming pool is scheduled for construction in 2020 and is being funded by the $200 million Olympic Park Improvement Fund.
The 2016 Winter Olympics were held in the Great Hall of the Honolulu Civic Center, a venue that will host a capacity capacity of more than 10,000 for the 2024 Games.
The Great Hall is being expanded with an additional 1,400 seats.
The Dome will be converted into a permanent water park.
The dome will be used for two Olympic swimming pools, as well as the indoor and outdoor swimming pools and the track and basketball courts.
The amphitheatre will be the largest indoor arena, with a seating capacity of 6,300.
The seating capacity is about 50 percent larger than the seating capacity for the indoor pools.
The 2019 Winter Olympics will be hosted in the Dome, a space that was previously used as a concert venue.
The Amphitheatre, which was previously a concert hall, will be replaced with a more traditional indoor venue.
The 2017 Summer Games will also be held at the Dome.
There are currently no plans to expand the outdoor swimming areas, but the city has proposed a plan for the 2022 Winter Olympics that would see a swimming pool on the west side of Waikipi.
The current dome will last about 10 years.
The 2024 Summer Games are scheduled to be held on the new Dome.
There was a controversy in May 2016 when the Honolulu Dome’s roof collapsed.
The National Weather Service reported the roof could be torn down