The host for the evening is Manutea Nui E, a hula halau of traveling performers and minstrels, lauded for their exquisite dance skills and warm, invigorating energy. This talented troupe has performed just about everywhere on the island, but for one night a month, they set stakes at Sugar Beach and you are their special guests.
What Makes Migrations Unique?
One of the differences you’ll notice quickly is the intimacy. With an audience of no more than 50 guests per night, this is a dramatic departure from shows that often host 200-300 people a night.
Instead of a Las Vegas-style show where you are sitting in audience as a spectator, here you will be immersed in the action. Performers are not set off in a distant stage, but so close you can almost feel the breeze stirred by their moving bodies. This closer proximity allows you a more intimate experience with the performers.
Highlights of Migrations:
Beautiful oceanfront location
Intimate setting with reservations limited to 50 per performance
Authentic Polynesian dance with master of ceremonies, dancers, musicians and fire artists
Plated, locally sourced Pacific Rim-Hawai’ian fusion cuisine
Traditional ‘awa ceremony with performer at each table
Custom head lei made with master lei maker
Intimate fire pit talk story session with performers
Luau begins at 5:30 until 8:30pm. Reservations Required, $199 plus tax a Person
(Two Drink Tickets Included, Scripts Available for Purchase for Additional Beverages)
Kula Strawberry and Greens, Hearts of Palm, Feta, Walnuts, Poppy Seed Dressing
Coconut Milk Poached Fresh Catch, Basil, Kaffir Lime
Kalua Style Pork, Slow Cooked, Banana Leaf, Hawaiian Salt
Purple Moloka’I Sweet Potato Puree
Lemongrass Scented Rice
Seasonal Kula Vegetables
Family Style Dessert
Assorted Chocolate Truffles
Mini Lilikoi Tarts
note: special dietary requests such as vegetarian, vegan, dairy free need to be preordered