Went to this Luau with a group of 10 (family). We had kids in the 4-14 range, so decided to give it a shot. Unlimited drinks from a limited menu, and the lines were all pretty reasonable. Food was much better than I expected (having been at a number of 'disneyesque' venues before). The entertainment was solid, being a sequence of legends from the big island set to song and dance. The performers were very good, and they finished it off with the mandatory Tahitian fire dancing at the end. Honestly, the only real disappointing part was the lack of audience response. Please don't get me wrong, this is no Shakespeare in the Park, but within this genre of entertainment, I'd say it was quite reasonable.
A couple of notes. After reading other comments I got the impression that if you didn't show up by 4:30 you might not eat, and would miss a lot. As a result, we showed at about 4:30, and they had barely started setting the line up. We were first in line. There were still people being seated while the arts and crafts were there, but I don't think anyone missed the show, and the seating is all pretty good.
Bug spray! The table area is fine, but the shaded path you wait in to be seated is mosquito central.
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