Old Lahaina Luau

An evening at the Old Lahiana Lu’au is an evening of traditional Hawaiian cuisine, music, cultural dances and island crafts. Guests will appreciate a genuine reflection of Hawaii’s rich history while enjoying an ocean view and sunset. Click here for more info…

Rekindle the romance in a spectacular setting where every table is intimate and offers a panoramic view of the west Maui sunsets. Lele is the ancient name for Lahaina, and this is the beach where the royal family of Maui would feast and entertain. Summon your spirit of adventure, and let us arouse your senses. Click here for more info…

Grand Wailea Luau at Honua’ula

These stories combined create an exciting evening of
traditional chant and hula bringing the history of our island
home Maui, to life. Hele Mai, come and enjoy the magical
enchantment of Honua’ula. Click here for more info…

Hyatt Regency Drums of the Pacific Luau

No visit to Hawaii is complete without the unforgettable experience of a  traditional Lu’au. From the opening sound of the conch and the beating of the drums through the spectacular dances and elaborate buffet, Drums of the Pacific Lu’au will enchant and entertain your entire family. Click here for more info…

Makena Sunset Luau

The luau is a historical Hawaiian gathering designed to bring people together to “talk story” and enjoy delicious food. Makena Beach & Golf Resort now welcomes the Makena Luau – a celebration that will take guests on a voyage across Polynesia featuring interactive activities, entertainment and cuisine that draws from the vibrant island cultures of the Pacific. Click here for more info…

Polynesian Village Luau

As your Samoan Chief “FiaFia”, I am the official ambassador to your happiness here in Maui! Let us walk through Polynesian daily-life activities: coconut bowling, spear throwing, lei making, ukulele mele, wood carving, basket weaving, coconut demonstrations, and other local cultural displays not found anywhere else in Maui! Every night our village will cook island style local foods, including vegetarian choices and local favorites! Our entertainers offer live music & dance straight from their hearts. Click here for more info…

Royal Lahaina Luau

Embrace the Spell of Hawaii’s Ancient Past. No visit to Hawaii would be complete without experiencing an authentic Hawaiian Luau.  Every night, in the oceanfront Luau Gardens, the Royal Lahaina Resort presents an unforgettable cultural celebration of the dances, music and traditions of the Hawaiian and Polynesian people in the oceanfront Luau Gardens. Click here for more info…

Sheraton Maui Black Rock Luau

Experience a luau in paradise at one of the most beautiful spots on the island. Situated beachfront on award-winning Kaanapali Beach the Kaanapali Sunset Luau shares the music, dance and history of the islands right here at the foot of the famous cliff diving point, Black Rock. World renowned Polynesian entertainment producer Tihati Productions presents the Tihati Polynesia Revue to compliment the luau festivities and all-you-can-eat luau buffet. Come prepared to be entertained by the best in Hawaiian & Polynesian song and dance, such as the spectacular fire knife dance. Enjoy Hawaiian arts and crafts and experience an authentic Hawaiian Imu Ceremony and Pareo Fashion Show. Click here for more info…

Te Au Moana – Wailea Marriott


It’s a new celebration of the island of Maui here at the oceanfront Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, where the “Te Au Moana” luau show now entertains guests and kama’aina alike. With its talented musicians and performers, the renowned Tihati Productions offers a spectacular display of Polynesian entertainment and cultural activities at the resort’s luau grounds. Click here for more info…

Westin Wailele Luau

The Wailele Polynesian Luau has been designed to bring traditional and authentic dances, songs and colorful costumes to visitors of this beautiful island, Maui. Here, guests will embark on a vibrant and exciting journey to the Polynesian Islands where dance was considered not just as a form of entertainment, but as a means of telling stories. Click here for more info…