Catch a ShowO‘ahu
Sometimes it’s nice to kick back and enjoy a show, no matter if you’re on Broadway or in tropical paradise. Here are a few options if you’re in the mood to do just that:
Sure to take your breath away is LEGENDS IN CONCERT WAIKIKI “ROCK-AHULA!”, a 75-minute song-and-dance extravaganza that boasts the musical stylings of Elvis, Michael Jackson and Lady Gaga impersonators, alongside thrilling Polynesian fire and hula dancers. There’s even a Green Room Dinner & Show package, where guests are treated to cocktails in the “Green Room” and a pop-in by one of the performers, special seating and a top-notch dinner.
New kid on the block “TE MOANA NUI: TALES OF THE PACIFIC” showcases the majestic wonders of Polynesia through song and dance in a lively, family-friendly dinner show. This one-of-a-kind performance transports you on a bewitching Technicolor journey through the islands on a 130-square-foot high definition LED screen. Preproduction cultural activities and an elaborate buffet of appetizers, entrées and desserts
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“FOUREVER FAB,” Waikiki’s stunning The Beatles tribute show, brings a little love and a whole lot of fun to Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel’s Ainahau Showroom. This stellar presentation of The Beatles’ history of hits is guaranteed to appease audiences of all ages. Shows start at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Call (808) 725-4136 or visit foureverfabshow.com.
A long-standing island favorite, “The Magic of Polynesia” at the Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort features Merlin award-winning magician John Hirokawa in a showy stage spectacular that transforms Hawaiian legends with mystifying illusions and special effects.
For the latest scoop on shows, clubs and music, ask your favorite bartender or concierge.