Legacy Hall to host Labor Day Luau

Photo by Legacy Hall
Legacy Hall is hosting an early Labor Day event on Sunday, September 4 fit to wrap up the end of summer.
The Labor Day Luau will include hula and fire dancers, a limbo competition, live music, tiki cocktails and more.
Just for the event, Legacy Hall will be serving a Bacardi Tiki Cocktail in a collectible coconut cup and Horu Sushi is offering a Hawaiian Salmon Poke Bowl or Tuna Poke Bowl for $20.
The Labor Day Luau will take place in the Box Garden from 2 to 9 p.m. and the poke bowls will be available for pickup between 4 and 7 p.m. Buffet Beach will play from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., with a break for a hula performance with fire dancers and drummers from Grace Hula Dance Co. The night will end with a limbo competition, musical leis and a performance from Barefoot Nation.
General admission is $15, and VIP tickets are available for $60 with VIP seating, a specialty poke bowl by Horu Sushi and one cocktail in a collectible cup.
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