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Events in Honolulu

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.
native Hawaiian kneeling down with fire
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.
Torch Lighting & Hula Interested in celebrating Hawaiian culture in the evening on the beautiful beaches of Waikiki? Kuhio Beach offers a torch lighting ceremony and hula dance performances several nights a week (depending on the weather) at the Kuhio Beach Hula Mound. Performances take place at sunset, typically between 6pm-7pm. For more information regarding the torch lighting and hula dance performances, contact 808.843.8002.
Aloha Live
Aloha Live Show Aloha Live Show and Feast is an exciting blend of Polynesian Dance and Cirque du Soleil-style performances. Hosted at the scenic pool deck on the third floor of the Queen Kapiolani Hotel, with beautiful views of Diamond Head, it's an unforgettable experience for people of all ages. Prepare to be amazed by Cirque aerialists, balancing, contortion, Tahitian Dancing and Samoan Fire Knife. After the show, meet the talented performers in person.