Two-day Hawaiian Luau at Moon Beach
The Aloha spirit will be in full swing for two days early next month as Hotel Moon Beach puts on the Hawaiian Luau.
The July 6th and 7th Hawaiian luau and celebration is free to take in the shows, but visitors will have to pay for meals, drinks and goods purchased at the venue. The action takes place at Hotel Moon Beach in Onna.
The program both days opens at 10 a.m. with the FukiLau Experience, followed at 11a.m. with the “Making a Lei Experience”. Part I of the Terrace Show begins at noon, followed by the second stage, with a Ukulele Experience, at 1 p.m. Hula and the grass skirts swing at 2:45 p.m., followed by a balcony show at 3:30 p.m. and a beach stage show at 7 p.m.
“Luau” means “a party” in Hawaiian language. This big luau will be carried out in order to avoid daily business and to let everyone enjoy a calm time in the summer of Okinawa. Making a lei, the experience classroom of hula, the experience classroom of an ukulele, etc. are open to visitors. Guests can enjoy a meal and a drink at the prepared restaurant inside. Although the event is free, expenses of eating and drinking are not. It is the beautiful special stage, which uses the setting sun as the backdrop on the sandy beach that makes the performances extra special. Guests can dance in the back the night sky which changes from blue to an orange and also ultramarine.