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FREE. Authentic Hawaiian music and hula shows by Hawaii’s finest halau hula (dance troupes) and Hawaiian performers. Opens with torch lighting and traditional blowing of conch shell. Tues-Thurs-Sat, weather-permitting. 6:30-7:30 p.m. (6:00-7:00 p.m...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Kalakaua Ave, Kuhio Beach Hula Mound, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96815-3232
My wife and I are from Birmingham, AL, and we are in our mid-30s. We enjoyed the show immensely! This hour-long show is a nice introduction to Hawaiian culture. The emcee is very funny and entertaining. He quoted RuPaul, so he’s aces in our book....More
This is a free cultural show down on the beach a few nights a week. We would come down for a swim to finish off our day and watch the sunset and watch the show when it was on. Very informative with singing and dancing....More
We went on Thursday for watch the Cultural Show (is a free activity) at the sunset time in Kuhio Beach. We suggest to arrive early so you can get a good spot, always is full of people. The show was really nice and you can...More
Family friendly just show up early!
This is a great way to see a hula show put on by locals and their children. There is no reserved seating or seats. You will be on the grass sitting down. You can stand in the back but...More
Went to the show on the beach but was quite disappointed. The three musical performers were not very good and the dancer (just one!) also didn't do very much. Actually saw a much better show in the shopping centre the day before!
The show begins with the lighting of the torches and blowing the conch shell, you will hear-the sound of the shell over the noise of Waikiki.
The performance takes place on a raised portion of ground under a huge banyan tree on Tuesday, Thursday and...More
What a beautiful way to end the day in Honolulu. A free show of hula dancers and traditional island music. 3 times a week this show is at sunset (6-6:30) on the beach stage. The conch shell was sounded to start the show. A beautiful...More