I wasn't sure what to expect, but we were glad we came. It was a bit commercial and tourist driven, but it was a good sample of Polynesian dance and culture. There was a real pig, cooked underground so that felt authentic. The food was decent, but you had to make sure you got what you wanted early on or lose out. We watched the show and the performers were very good. They performed dance and song from Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa. Last was the fire dancer, he was captivating too. All in all, we enjoyed the luau!
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