Summer luau comes to an end

Summer luau comes to an end

It had to end sometime, and it turns out that sometime was Sept. 24. The good news is, we are making plans even now to ensure that when our hugely popular luau returns (check back here for updates), it will be bigger and better than the one that attracted sellout crowds much of the summer.

As many of you know, the weekly Saturday luau is a poolside event featuring authentic hula dancers, island songs and a delicious Polynesian-style buffet courtesy of our own Tahiti Joe’s.

“Our luau routinely drew more than 300 guests every week,” said Stacy Pickett, Tahiti Joe’s general manager. “It was so popular we even extended it an extra two weeks due to the outpouring of requests.”

“It’s amazing how many inquiries we’ve had about extending the luau into winter,” added Tahiti Village general manager Mike Rounds. “It just illustrates how great food and entertainment, served up in a wonderful environment, can bring people together.”

A  lucky few of them (pictured below) won free tickets (a $24 value) during our weekly drawing.  We thank them and everyone who attended our luau, and hope you’ll join us for more tropical fun next summer. We’re not sure what’s in store, but you can believe it will be the envy of luaus the world over (and maybe some bar mitzvahs).