After a 27-month hiatus, The Hukilau is returning to the picturesque sands of Fort Lauderdale beach in September with a four-day takeover of an oceanfront boutique hotel, plus a main event at The Mai-Kai that could kick off a new beginning for the historic Polynesian restaurant.
“It will be a smaller, more intimate event. Almost everything is outdoors,” said The Hukilau’s owner/organizer, Richard Oneslager. “We won’t be packed into a ballroom,” he noted, citing COVID concerns. All state and local guidelines will be followed, he added.
The Hukilau 2021 – Sept. 16-19 at the Beachcomber Resort & Club in Pompano Beach and The Mai-Kai restaurant in Fort Lauderdale. Featuring live music (The Intoxicators, Aqualads, The Hilo Hi-Flyers, and more), symposiums, rum sponsors and pop-up cocktail bars, luau on the beach, Tiki marketplace, plus more.
* Tickets on sale now
Not to be missed is the one-day only Tiki Treasure Bazaar on Saturday Sept 18.
The bazaar will feature all kinds of exotic artworks and wonderful tiki-inspired gifts, clothing, glassware and so much more…
Please make sure to visit the Mai-Kai booth! We have stocked up with your favorite Mai-Kai merch for this event!
There is no charge to attend the bazaar, open to the public at the Beachcomber Hotel from 3PM-7PM.