Operates: Tuesday, Thursday & Sundays. Excludes Holidays. Rates may be higher during those times.
The luau has added Wednesday nights June 14 - August 16.
The evening begins with a warm welcome and an opportunity to meet the performers, while learning traditional arts & crafts. Watch the "Kalua'ana o ka Pua'a", the uncovering of the imu (underground oven).
Hawai'i's only lū'au, featuring the arrival of the Royal Court aboard an outrigger canoe.
A lavish Hawaiian buffet with local favorites including kalua pork, fresh fish, grilled beef and fresh island produce all combined with an open bar.
“He ‘Ohana Kakou“ is Island Breeze’s newest production. There is nothing more important in Hawai'i than 'ohana (family). The word 'ohana literally means "the offshoots" referring to the new shoots on our precious staple, the kalo (taro) plant - we are offshoots, forever connected to each other by our common root. Stories and cultural practices were passed down within the family so that today we can honor our 'ohana and share its beauty with others. We invite you to join us as we celebrate 'ohana. Meet our Polynesian cousins from Samoa, Tahiti & New Zealand. Hear our stories through song & dance as we present the splendor and beauty of this land we call paradise.
After the luau, the cast will be available as guests exit, to bid them "A hui hou" (until we meet again) and
pose for photos.
5:30 pm - Check-in for HanoHano guests (preferred seating option).
5:45 pm - Check-in for Standard guests
5:30 pm - Open Bar & Seating begins so that once you're checked in you can go right over.
6:00 pm - Arts & Crafts, followed by a hula lesson & the Imu Ceremony.
6:10 pm - Royal Court Arrival & Presentation, with the opening Oli (chant) & Hula followed by the start of dinner.
7:20 pm - Island Breeze Polynesian Revue (Open Bar closes shortly after the show begins.)
8:30 pm - Luau ends
Hanohano Seating: Expedited check-in, preferred seating at the front of the stage & first in the buffet line