From comedy and magic to Polynesian extravaganzas and showbands you'll want to spend a few evenings enjoying local, national and international stars. A luau is a must-do. Generally, luaus include a Hawaiian feast, hula dancing, singing and ancient arts, crafts, games and ceremonies.
Germaine's Luau. The authenticity of a "backyard-style" luau is captured with excellent hula, costumes and an all-you-can-eat banquet. Their famous fire knife dance highlights the show.
Magic of Polynesia. Hawaii's top illusionist headlines an extravaganza of music and magic. Spectacular sets include an erupting volcano, tropical birds, animated props and an outstanding musical score. Dinner and cocktail seatings are available or try the combination cruise package.
Paradise Cove Luau Village. The setting is on a private beachfront estate at Ko Olina on the westside of Oahu. Try your hand at the arts, crafts and games of the islands and view exciting shows, including an imu (underground oven) ceremony. The sunsets are spectacular and the luau buffet is sumptuous. The highlight of the evening show is a spine-tingling fire-knife dance.
Polynesian Cultural Center. Another must-do for those interested in a little culture. You'll be greeted by friendly islanders representing seven different Polynesian groups--Fiji, Hawaii, the Marquesas, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti, and Tonga. Explore their villages, learn their songs and dances and admire their beautiful arts and crafts. Visit the villages during the day and stay for the buffet and lavish musical production in the evening.
Society of Seven. The SOS dazzles audiences with their outstanding choreography, costumes and music from Broadway show tunes to old and new pop hits. There's always something new in the show so if you've seen them before you'll want to see them again.
Entertainment on Maui, Kauai and
the Big Island