Diamond Head is defined by its residents’ vibrant energy, appreciation of the arts and enthusiastic participation in life. Diamond Head has lots to offer including tai chi in Kapiolani Park, yoga classes on the beach with the beautiful backdrop of the sun rising in the early morning, hiking Diamond Head and sampling island produce at local farmers markets. Annual events held at Kapiolani Park such as the Okinawan, Filipino and Korean festivals, the Honolulu Marathon and Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure draw thousands of locals and visitors alike. Listed on the State’s Historic Register, Kapiolani Park serves as Diamond Head’s gathering place as it is home to art shows, concerts, tennis courts, baseball and softball diamonds, soccer and rugby fields and an archery range. The Waikiki Shell Amphitheater has hosted memorable performances by Jimi Hendrix, Van Morrison, Bob Marley, Sheryl Crow and Norah Jones and local artists including Jack Johnson, Makaha Sons, John Cruz and Jake Shimabukuro.