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Paradise Cove

Performing for more than 20 years, Paradise Cove is widely considered to be one of the largest and most respected shows in Oahu. Paradise Cove luaus are performed on the banks of a secluded beach at the Ko Olina Golf Course & Resort in Kapolei. Offering pick up and drop off service to Waikiki hotels, Paradise Cove leaves you with no excuse to skip out on this magnificent celebration.

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Alii Luau

The Alii Luau recreates the royal ceremony of an ancient luau – including the traditional custom of roasting a pig in an “imu,” the Hawaiian word for fire pit. Guests receive a complimentary orchid lei upon arrival, enjoy native song and dance, and then dine on a delectable island menu featuring such specialties as Kalua Pork and Island Fish Steamed with Ginger and Garlic.

royal hawaiian band
Royal Hawaiian Band

Founded in 1836 by King Kamehameha III, the Royal Hawaiian Band is the only band in the United States with a royal charter and legacy. The 40 full-time musicians perform every Friday at 12pm on the grassy lawn of the historic Iolani Palace and again on Sundays at 2pm at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand in Waikiki.

Torch Lighting & Hula

Interested in an evening celebration of Hawaiian culture on beautiful Waikiki beach? Kuhio Beach offers a torch lighting ceremony and hula performances several nights a week at the Kuhio Beach Hula Mound, typically between 6pm-7pm. For more information contact 808.843.8002.