in Mo'orea

Tiki Village

This is a Tahitian cultural village where tourists can watch local people ‘living’ in the traditional way. The main draw is the spectacular 60-person evening dance performances (the biggest on the island). Daytime s…
Nightclub in Pape'ete

Royal Kikiriri

A local favourite, the Royal Kikiriri showcases live music with its namesake band on weekends. Just about everyone gets asked to dance and you’ll soon be swaying your hips in local foxtrot or tamure (Tahitian dance)…
Live Music in Pape'ete

Ute Ute

Meaning ‘red hot’ in Tahitian, it’s exactly what Ute Ute is right now. Decor is city lounge–style red and black, and the coolest DJs and live bands play here Friday and Saturday nights. Variable cover charge for mus…
in Pape'ete

Mana Rock Café

Half the clientele here seem to be under 18 while the other half are visiting surfers and local hipsters. The pounding techno might make the head throb.
Live Music in Pape'ete

Morrison’s Café

Rock, electro, jazz and blues groups play several times a week, and occasionally foreign DJs stop by for a spin. Variable cover charge on music nights.
in Ra'iatea

Le Zénith

On weekends Restaurant Moana, located above the Leogite Supermarket in Uturoa, metamorphoses into this disco. It’s mainly popular with young locals.
Live Music in Pape'ete

Le Royal Tahitien

Local musicians perform on Friday and Saturday evenings and the place can really rock with locals.
Live Music in Pape'ete

Les 3 Brasseurs

Cover bands regularly perform here at the weekend.
in Pape'ete

Piano Bar

A favourite with local transvestites this small club attracts a mixed clientele from French military to passing tourists – it’s the classic, timeless seedy port bar and everyone gets their groove on. The music (tech…
in Pape'ete


The Concorde in the Vaima Centre screens Hollywood blockbusters dubbed in French and the occasional French film. Screens are in poor shape and the sound systems are horrendous. Admission costs 1200 CFP.