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.

A long-standing island favorite, MAGIC OF POLYNESIA at Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort features Merlin award-winning illusionist John Hirokawa in a showy stage spectacular that transforms Hawaiian legends with mystifying illusions and dazzling special effects. Hirokawa thrills audiences with a dynamic show that not only features sleight-of-hand, heart-pounding escapes and mind-boggling levitations, but also showcases traditional dances of Polynesia— hula, Tahitian dance and fire-knife dancing. Hirokawa presents it all with joyful energy, humor and charm. Guests may choose from four show packages: Deluxe Dinner with Cocktail (vegetarian and gluten-free meals available with 24-hour notice, Dinner Show,

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Cocktail Show, Show with Bento Box and Show Only. Fun fact: Magic of Polynesia was one of Bruno Mars’ gigs when he was a teenager. Escape to a world of wonder with Magic of Polynesia, magicofpolynesia.org.

Sheraton Princess Kaiulani’s Ainahau Showroom’s TE MOANA NUI: TALES OF THE PACIFIC showcases the majestic wonders of Polynesia through song and dance in a lively, family-friendly dinner show. Preproduction, guests dine al fresco on Pikake Terrace, feasting on an elaborate buffet of appetizers, entrées and desserts. The performance transports guests on a bewitching Technicolor journey through the Hawaiian Islands, enabling diners to experience a secluded lu‘au right in Waikiki.

For the latest scoop on shows, clubs and music, ask your favorite bartender or concierge.

MAGIC OF POLYNESIA (808) 971-4321