'Ulalena "Ulalena proves there’s life beyond the lu’au" -Travel + Leisure Magazine
A trip to Hawaiʻi is not complete without experiencing ʻUlalena. Called a “spectacular theatrical sensation” by National Geographic, ʻUlalena shares the rich history of Hawaiʻi through authentic Hawaiian music, dance and over 100 instruments played live in a dynamic, colorful, emotional, and entertaining theatrical performance. E Hele mai (come)! Embark on this powerful journey, and leave with a deeper understanding of the islands’ culture, and the true essence of aloha.
Relive the excitement of Elvis in Hawaii with Burn’n Love – featuring award-winning performer Darren Lee and a dynamic cast of musicians and dancers! Fall in love again with Elvis’ #1 hits, legendary outfits, and irresistible dance moves. Created especially for Hawaii, journey through time with video footage, photos, and recorded interviews of Elvis in the islands.
Shows Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 7:30pm.
Lahaina has long been a center for cultural and business activity here on Maui. The moku (district) of Lahaina was considered waiwai (wealthy in natural water and fertile ground). From the early days of the Hawaiian nation when Lahaina was the Kindgom's capital to western contact when Lahaina became a key whaling point and the center for the missionary presence here on Maui, the area is rich in tradition, culture and history. Escape the Lahaina sun and learn the true history of this special town you are visiting with this enriching film, Kahiko O Lahaina.
“Kahiko O Lahaina brings Lahaina’s history to life and offers an eye-opening experience for visitors to Maui,” -Clifford Naeole, Cultural Advisor for Ritz Carlton Kapalua