LUAU: A Hawaiian celebration involving a local feast accompanied by various types of traditional entertainment. The actual word “Luau” is a term often blended with the word party…meaning that an actual luau can be held for many reasons. A graduation, birthday or even a wedding. In Hawaii, Luau’s are extremely popular with hundreds of people attending. Check in time begins between 4-6pm where you will be greeted with a beautiful orchid lei and a delicious Mai Tai. Once you make your way to your seats you’ll be invited to mingle, take photos and support the local artists.
Luau Food and Drink
Luau themed parties and celebrations often take place in an open outdoor area with a stage and lights. As cocktail hour nears an end you’ll most likely start to hear conch shells blowing and see men dressed in Hawaiian attire running around lighting all the Tiki Torches. From there. you’ll be invited to watch the official reveal and removal of the pig from a pit nearby. Yes, this is the pork that will be served at the luau! Other traditional favorites served is Poi, chicken long rice and lomi lomi salmon. Poke is another luau favorite. It is raw fish marinated in citrus juices and coconut cream… delicious! Sweet grilled pineapples, barbecued veggies, and traditional favorites make for a perfect Hawaiian feast.
Hawaiian Music plays a big role in the entertainment. Instruments include ukuleles and drums which sets the tone to lead you on a magical journey telling an authentic story of the islands. Polynesia entertainment includes hula dancing, chants and songs originating from as far back as the 1800′s. Expert fire-knife dancing, fire breathing, and fire eating are an ancient Samoan traditions that seem to be one of the highlights of the show. With all the fabulous things that a Luau offers it’s no wonder that a Hawaiian luau is on the top 5 things to do while you’re on the islands.
Hawaiian Luaus by First Class Weddings
Hawaiian Wedding Leis from Modern Weddings Hawaii
Tropical Drinks & Drummer from Old Lahaina Luau
Pork and Pineapple Buns from Sunset
Fire Dancer from First Class Weddings