Schedule of Events
FRIDAY JUNE 27th
12th Floor Ball Room
Hotel Guests $5
General Public $10
4-6PM - Hotel guests may buy their Friday night show tickets in the hotel lobby.
6PM - Coral Room Tiki Collector's
Paradise opens on the 12th floor
Tiki Farm with the new Shag mug
James Teitelbaum with his "Tiki Road Trip"
Derek's limited edition art print and more
KreepyTiki and their wide array
Joe Vitale's artwork
Orlando Vintage Clothing
Hula Hula Tropical Art, Antiques & Accoutrements
This will be your only chance to buy the new Shag Hukilau 2003 mug.
No admission required for vendor's room.
6PM - General public ticket sales for Friday night show begins in the hotel lobby.
8PM - Gathering of the Tribes in the penthouse ballroom, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the ocean. Mai Tiki will decorate the room in grand style. Musical entertainment for the evening by Florida's fun "Delusionaires", California's crazy "King Kukulele" and one of the first mainland American appearance by Italy's unbelievable "I Belli Di Waikiki."
The hotel is providing a cash bar and they promise special tropical favorites.
12PM - The show at the Holiday Inn is over, but not the night! "Bikini Bob's" next to the Holiday Inn is becoming "Tiki Bob's" for the night! Complete with hula dancers, a piggy or two that's cooked all night, decorations and exotica music! This is the place to go if you don't get in the Holiday Inn show, and after the show! The stage becomes ours for impromptu performances by various Polynesian maniacs. We'll have a wonderful luau all night long!
SATURDAY JUNE 28th
All day tiki bazaar. Vendors of all kinds of Polynesian wares will be selling from their rooms in a cozy social scene. There will be carvers, mugs, clothing and more. Everything from 7 foot hand carved tikis to 6 inch mugs.
11AM - Tiki Swap Meet - Bring your mugs, matchbooks and other small items for a trading session around the pool. See what others have to trade for your extras.
$10 plus your food & beverage costs
(Please see the Reservations Page for details on booking the Dinner Show)
The Mai Kai will be offering a limited edition X-Eyes mug with their Mara-Amu drink. It will have a unique glaze and along with "Mai Kai", it will have "Hukilau 2003" on the mug. You can buy this mug with your drink as usual, while supplies last.
Tiki Farm is also offering the "Blue Rarotongan", a limited edition of 50 very very blue Mai Kai decanters.
Derek's original artwork for the "Hukilau or Bust!" print will be auctioned off as a Hukilau fund raiser during the first dinner show. Proceeds will keep the Hukilau nets swishing!
3:30PM - Those with early dinner show reservations depart for the Mai Kai. Shared taxis will be at the Holiday Inn to transport guests.
4PM - Doors open an hour early at the Mai Kai for a special extended Happy Hour, exclusively for Hukilau early dinner show guests to wander the premises and see everything without the public's intrusion. (Notice: If you have reservations for the later show, you will not be admitted.) King Kukulele and friends will entertain the crowd for the pre-show in the Molokai Lounge.
5:30PM - For those with reservations, seating begins for the early Dinner Show so you can order dinner, finish eating and devote your attention to the best Polynesian Review on the mainland!
7PM - First Polynesian Dinner show begins with hula, fire dancers and more!
7PM - Second Happy Hour in the Molokai Lounge for those with reservations for the second Dinner Show. Pre-show entertainment with King Kukulele.
8PM - Free admission Rock-A-Hula Party in the Bora Bora Room where "I Belli Di Waikiki" will entertain throughout the night for the post Dinner Show crowds.
8:30PM - Seating begins for those with reservations for the second Dinner Show, where you can make your dinner and drink orders and settle in for the fantastic Polynesian Revue!
10PM - The second Dinner Show gets underway.
4AM - The Mai Kai closes and we all are forced to leave.
(Taxis will be waiting!)
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