The Wailele Polynesian Lū‘au is a spectacular event held outdoors along Ka'anapali Beach. With a stunning oceanfront backdrop, this dinner show integrates the elements of earth, fire and water to dramatically reflect rich Polynesian culture.
The newly-revitalized Aloha Pavilion—with cascading waterfalls, tropical gardens and tiki torches—presents the perfect setting for you to embark on an exciting journey featuring superb performances and vibrant costumes. Discover early Polynesian Island history, where dance was not just entertainment, but a means of telling stories. Highlights include the story of Pele, Goddess of Fire and a new performance dedicated to Wailele (waterfalls). The show also features dances from Hawaii, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa. The breathtaking finale is none other than Maui's only extreme fire-knife dancers.
This authentic three-hour experience includes a free flow of drinks all evening, including mai tais, signature cocktails, local beers, sodas and fruit juices. You'll also enjoy a superb Hawaiian buffet with traditional island selections. Scheduled Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings, additional shows may be presented Sunday evenings during summer and holiday seasons.