Tickets for Live Events in Waikoloa
Waikoloa comprises two distinct places on the west side of the Big Island of Hawaii: Waikoloa Beach on the ocean side and Waikoloa Village on the mountain side of the region. The popular tourist destination is known for the ancient fishponds and petroglyphs found along a well-preserved section of the 175-mile Ala Kahakai trail and for the top-notch snorkeling and spectacular sunsets at Anaeho'omalu Bay. Options for live entertainment in Waikoloa are found at its upscale resorts and other venues, giving visitors and locals great options for things to do after the sun goes down.
At any time of the year, visitors to Waikoloa can get tickets to a lively luau, where, in addition to delicious island food and drinks, is live entertainment showcasing the arts and culture of the Hawaiian islands. Hula and fire dancers, storytelling, and singing are all featured on stage as you eat, drink and watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
The Polynesian cultural institution Te 'E'a O Te Turama Hula Halau regularly presents free shows at the Shops at Mauna Lani near the Mauna Lani Resort. They include singing, dancing, traditional fire walking, culinary demonstrations and storytelling.
The Kohala Tennis Garden in Waikoloa has been the host of several professional tournaments, including the Waikoloa Championships and USTA Waikoloa Challenger. The biggest names in tennis take to the court at these events.
Hotels and resorts in Waikoloa offering luaus and other live entertainment include the Waikoloa Beach Marriott, which hosts the Sunset Luau, and the Hilton Waikoloa Village, whose Legends of Hawaii Luau is the most popular one on the island. Another major venue is the Waikoloa Bowl at Queens Gardens at Waikoloa Beach Resort, an open-air stage used for hula shows and Hawaiian music concerts.