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Maui Luau

As the sun sets behind arching palms and flickering tiki torches are lit, the blow of the conch shell calls the ceremony to a start. Shell lei and punchy Mai Tai cocktails welcome guests as the kalua pig is pulled from its underground oven. And so begins the luau—an exhilarating swirl of traditional Polynesian food, storytelling, dance and culture, and an essential experience on any trip to Maui.

There are several venues around the island where you’ll find luau (most often in West Maui or South Maui), including the long-running Myths of Maui Luau at the Royal Lahaina Resort and Drums of the Pacific at the Hyatt Regency. The Old Lahaina Luau offers a popular sunset feast on spectacular oceanfront grounds right off Front Street. Some luau, like Feast of Lele (also in Lahaina) even present gourmet takes on traditional dishes, complete with wine pairings.
 
The feasts are accompanied by an immersive dinner show with live music, tropical drinks and an array of Polynesian dances that tell traditional stories through their rhythmic movements—from the hypnotic hula to the frenetic Samoan fire knife dance.

Luau on Maui

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Fireknife Trio
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Drums of the Pacific Luau
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Experience Polynesian culture at the Drums of the Pacific Luau located at the Hyatt Regency Maui. Enjoy song and dance from the islands of Polynesia, including an all-you-can-eat buffet with traditional island fare, authentic imu ceremony, and three-man Samoan fire-knife dance, all oceanside.

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The Royal Lahaina Luau
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As the sun sets across famed Kaanapali Beach, beating drums and the call of a conch shell signal the start of Maui's most exciting and longest running Polynesian luau. Enjoy a stunning celebration of music and dance that culminates with an amazing fire knife finale sure to dazzle the entire family.

Learn More About Luau

Learn more about the history and tradition of luau on the Hawaiian Islands in the Culture section of the website. 

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