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Situated on 22 gorgeous oceanfront acres at Keauhou Bay, Feast and Fire Luau is perfectly set between the mountains and the sea. With the raw beauty of Kona as a backdrop, guests are afforded views of the verdant slopes of Mauna Loa, as well as the setting sun. The celebration itself is set among native Hala trees. Amid pulsing drums and traditional cuisine, guests are instantly transported to the Hawaii of old.
You can expect food to take center stage at Feast and Fire. Mouthwatering fares are plentiful at this celebration, from slow-cooked savory kalua pork served alongside taro rolls to delectable lilikoi cheesecake and haupia. Libations (read: mai tais) flow from the open bar throughout the night.
The celebration of Hawaiian culture begins the moment you arrive. Before the entertainment kicks off, wander through the Artisan Village. Here, Hawaiian culture, art, crafts, and traditions abound. Pick up a hand-crafted souvenir, make a flower lei, or observe a poi-pounding demonstration. As the sun sets, the torches are lit, and the conch sounds as the celebration unfolds. Watch as Hawaiian history comes to life through dance and mele. Ancestral stories of Hawaii are told by the accomplished cast- some of whom are direct descendants of Hawaiian royalty. It’s safe to say that guests of Feast and Fire are in good company.
The Feast and Fire Luau features two seating options. The Aliʻi Private Seating option grants guests exclusive seating near the front of the stage, while general seating offers socially-distanced communal seating. Regardless of where you’re seated, unobstructed views, great food, an open bar, and riveting entertainment are on offer for all guests every Monday and Thursday night at Feast and Fire.
Kona • Waikoloa • Keauhou
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