Queens Waikiki Luau

The Queen’s Luau in Waikiki offers a truly magical evening that captures the essence of Hawaiian culture and history. Set against the backdrop of the stunning Waikiki Beach, with its golden sands and gentle waves, this luau provides an enchanting experience for both locals and visitors.

As the sun sets, casting a warm glow over the ocean, guests are greeted with a traditional aloha welcome, complete with fragrant flower leis. The luau is held in a lush, open-air venue, where the sound of the ukulele fills the air, setting the stage for an unforgettable night.

The festivities begin with the unveiling of the imu, an underground oven where a succulent pig has been slow-cooked to perfection. The ceremony is a fascinating glimpse into ancient Hawaiian culinary traditions. Guests gather around to witness the unearthing, a process steeped in history and reverence. The aroma of the Kalua pig mingles with the scent of tropical flowers, tantalizing everyone’s senses.

The feast that follows is a culinary delight, offering an array of traditional Hawaiian dishes. From poke and poi to lomi lomi salmon and haupia, the buffet is a testament to the island’s rich gastronomic heritage. Freshly caught fish, exotic fruits, and local vegetables are prepared with care, ensuring an authentic and delicious dining experience. The dessert table is a paradise of its own, featuring treats like coconut cake and shave ice, satisfying every sweet tooth.


As the meal winds down, the real spectacle begins. The Queen’s Luau is renowned for its vibrant and captivating performances. The stage comes alive with the sounds and sights of Polynesian culture. Dancers in colorful costumes perform traditional hula, telling stories of love, nature, and warrior legends through their graceful movements. The rhythm of the pahu drums and the melodies of the slack-key guitar create an immersive atmosphere that transports guests to a bygone era.

One of the highlights of the evening is the fire knife dance. This thrilling performance showcases the incredible skill and bravery of the dancers as they twirl and spin flaming knives with breathtaking precision. The crowd is always left in awe, their faces illuminated by the flickering flames.


Throughout the night, the charismatic host, often referred to as “Cousin,” engages the audience with humor and warmth. He shares fascinating insights into Hawaiian culture and traditions, making everyone feel like part of the ohana, or family. Audience participation is encouraged, and many guests find themselves learning the basics of hula or joining in a fun and spirited group dance.

The Queen’s Luau in Waikiki is more than just a dinner and show; it’s an immersive journey into the heart of Hawaii. It’s a celebration of the island’s history, its people, and its vibrant culture. By the end of the evening, guests leave not only with full stomachs but also with hearts full of aloha, carrying with them memories of a truly magical night under the stars.


Our Ticket Includes

  • Seating: Middle Row Section
  • Cultural Activities: Fun and engaging
  • Dinner Feast: Fresh farm-to-table cuisine
  • Polynesian Show: 45-minute performance featuring fireknife dancing
  • Beverages: Two (2) complimentary Mai Tai or soft drinks
  • Welcome Gift: Hand-made shell lei

Luau Dinner Menu

  • Entrées:
    • Teriyaki Chicken (Boneless)
    • Kalua Pig with Cabbage
    • Japanese Veggie Curry
  • Sides:
    • Stir Fry Noodles
    • Steamed White Rice
    • Garden Salad with Mango or Italian Vinaigrette
    • Macaroni Salad
    • Hawaiian Sweet Bread
    • Fresh Cut Fruit
  • Dessert:
    • Macadamia Nut Brownies

*Note: Luau dinner menu items are subject to change based on availability.

Important Information

  • All dinner meals will be served with disposable dishware for sanitary purposes.
  • No outside food or drinks are allowed inside the venue.

Luau Schedule

  • 4:30 pm: Check-in begins
  • 5:00 pm: Opening Ceremony/Cultural Activities
  • 6:00 pm: Luau Dinner Feast
  • 6:45 pm: Polynesian Show with Fireknife Dance
  • 7:30 pm: Show finishes

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