Oahu Luaus

If you’re looking for a fun, festive way to spend an evening while on Oahu, look no further than an Oahu luau! Oahu has some of the best luaus in the state, and they offer an exciting night of entertainment for visitors and locals alike.

Attending an Oahu luau is an enriching experience that combines the Aloha Spirit, authentic Hawaiian cuisine, and the culture of the Pacific Islands all in one. These exciting events feature a variety of fun activities like hula dancing, Samoan fire knife dancing, interactive storytelling, and much more!

Oahu luaus make for a fantastic night out with friends, family, or a significant other. They don’t have to be at night time either! You can opt for a daytime luau if you are interested in doing something else with your night. With plenty of entertainment and a good atmosphere, you won’t want to leave!

So put on your Aloha shirt and get ready for a night of Hawaiian fun!

Our List Of Luaus On Oahu

Queens Waikiki Luau

Highest Rated Luau in Waikiki

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Ko Olina Ocean Adventures

Reserve your seat and you will experience something magical!

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Toa Luau

A Real Island Experience!

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Experience Nutridge

Intimate luau above Honolulu

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Chief’s Luau

Amazing evening of Polynesian culture and fun

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Alii Luau

Polynesia by day, luau at night

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Paradise Cove Luau

Hands on activities, Hawaiian fare

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Top Luaus In Oahu

Ready to experience the best of Hawaii? Book one of the many Oahu luaus and you’ll feel like you’ve been instantly transported to a world of hula dancing, delicious food, cultural activities, and beachside beauty! From family-friendly feasts at Tau Luau to the lengthy show at Germaine’s Luau, these Oahu luaus are sure to provide an unforgettable experience for all ages. So grab a lei, put on your dancing shoes, and get ready for a night of top-notch entertainment! Read on to learn more about our Oahu luaus.

Toa Luau

Toa Luau - Oahu Luaus

The Toa Luau on Oahu, Hawaii is the ultimate tropical party to set your Hawaiian holiday off to an unforgettable start. The Toa (or celebration) Luau takes place in a gorgeous Waimea Valley setting, where you can enjoy traditional Polynesian music and dance performances, feast on delicious island cuisine, and even get to don grass skirts to join in the fun. It’s an evening to remember – from tropical cocktails to mesmerizing fire dancers, you won’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime luau experience! So come to Oahu and celebrate the good life with a Toa Luau.

Experience Nutridge

Experience Nutridge - Oahu Luaus

Experience Nutridge Luau is the perfect way to immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture and hospitality. Located on the beautiful island of Oahu, this luau offers a variety of entertainment including hula dancing, fire-knife shows, live music and traditional Hawaiian feasting. Experience Nutridge brings Hawaii’s vibrant history to life.

Chief’s Luau

Chief's Luau - Oahu Luaus

If you’re looking for a truly unforgettable Hawaiian experience, then the Chief’s Luau on Oahu is definitely worth checking out. This ancient Polynesian tradition has been passed down through generations, and has been lovingly recreated to provide visitors with a unique look into this vibrant culture. From informative cultural demonstrations to authentic Hawaiian cuisine, the Chief’s Luau is sure to leave you feeling like a part of the family.

Ka Moana Luau

Ka Moana Luau - Oahu Luaus

Ka Moana Luau is a unique Hawaiian experience that’s sure to satisfy your inner tourist! Not only do you get to enjoy a traditional luau meal, but you’ll also be entertained by energetic Polynesian dancers and musicians. Located on the beautiful island of Oahu, Ka Moana Luau is guaranteed to provide an evening of fun and adventure.

Ali’i Luau

The Alii Luau is a great way to get in touch with the ancient Hawaiian culture, where you can take part in traditional ceremonies and activities. From fun-filled games like the Hukilau Challenge to ceremonial hula dances and listening to beautiful Hawaiian music, there’s something for everyone here! And don’t forget about the delicious buffet featuring local specialties like Kalua pork and poi.

Germaine’s Luau

Germaine’s Luau is a must-stop for visitors of Oahu, Hawaii. Located on Kalakaua Avenue in Honolulu, this luau offers an immersive Polynesian experience that will make you feel like part of the culture from the moment you arrive. Enjoy a traditional Hawaiian pig roast while watching mesmerizing hula and fire dancers, and then take part in the interactive games and activities available.

Paradise Cove Luau

The Paradise Cove Luau is the perfect way to experience Hawaiian culture, with a lively atmosphere and delicious food! It’s filled with fun activities like spear throwing, hula dancing, and outrigger canoe rides that are sure to make you feel like you’re truly in paradise. Plus, all of these traditional events will be accompanied by live music and a fire knife dance show that will keep your family entertained.

What Can I Expect During Oahu Luaus?

In order to fully appreciate Oahu luaus, it’s important to know what you’re getting yourself into before arriving at the event. For those of you who have never been to one, a luau is a Hawaiian way of celebrating and honoring people. Some Oahu luaus follow more traditional ways while others have a more modernized experience. Some take place in the morning until noon, and others from evening until late into the night. While each luau has its own charm, here are a few general events to expect at Oahu luaus.

Oahu luaus involve feasting on a variety of popular Hawaiian dishes such as Kalua Pig, Lau Lau, Chicken Long Rice, Huli Huli Chicken, Lomi Salmon, Poi (Taro Root), Breadfruit, and Haupia–just to name a few. In addition to the traditional dishes, many modern luaus also feature an array of tropical fruits, cocktails, and other tasty treats. This is usually accompanied by song and dance performances originating from the islands of Polynesia.

Today, luau parties are often held to celebrate birthdays, graduations, and other special occasions. Some luaus like to invite audience members up to the stage for games and other activities for a more interactive and intimate feel. A few common activities include limbo, coconut husking, hula hooping, and Tahitian ‘ote’a contests.

Many of the traditions and customs associated with luaus have been passed down from generation to generation. As such, they provide a unique opportunity to learn about Hawaiian gods, myths, and legends. For many locals and tourists alike, attending a luau is an essential part of experiencing Hawaii.

In addition, luaus can cost you anywhere from $90 to $200+ per person. But, the expense is well worth the experience.

Enjoy Your Luau!

There’s no shortage of fun things to do in Hawaii, but if you’re looking for a truly authentic experience, you should definitely go to a luau. The music is often upbeat and lively, and the dancers often wear brightly-colored traditional hula costumes. If you’re looking for a fun night out that will give you a taste of Hawaiian culture, definitely check out a luau. You won’t be disappointed!

Oahu has plenty of fantastic luaus to choose from, whether you’re looking to enjoy the hills and mountains of the inner island or party on the beach – you can find it!

Luau FAQ’s

Q) How long do luaus last?

A) It can change depending on where you go, but most luaus are anywhere from 2-4 hours.

Q) What kind of food will typically be at a luau?

A) Poi, Kalua Pig, Lomi Salmon, Lau lau, Poke, Haupia, Chicken Long Rice, Molokai Sweet potatoes, Huli huli chicken, Squid Luau, Roast Pig, Poke, and much more.

Q) What kind of (alcoholic) drinks will typically be at a luau?

A) Traditional drinks like Mai Tai’s, Blue Hawaiian cocktails, and other tropical drinks that include the use of fresh fruits and coconut.

Q) What desserts are typically served?

A) Some popular luau desserts are pineapple coconut cake, coconut pudding (haupia), hula pies, and traditional Hawaiian fruits.

Q) Should I book my luau in advance?

A) Yes, especially if you are visiting during the busier season. Luaus fill up fast.

Q) Is there a dress code?

A) Most likely no, but wherever you book your luau should make it clear if there is a dress code. However, it is customary to wear an Aloha Shirt.

Q) Will the luau be indoors or outdoors?

A) Most luaus are held outdoors, but you can find ones that are hosted indoors. We recommend outdoor luaus for a truly authentic experience.

Q) Are luaus kid-friendly?

A) Most luaus are intended to be friendly and welcoming to everyone. Be respectful and courteous during your luau.

Q) What events can I expect to see?

A) Samoan fire dancing, hula dancers, visual storytelling, and much more.

Q) Will there be dancing?

A) Good luaus will always encourage dancing and singing along with the music and performers.