Kaʻanapali’s best luau includes an imu ceremony (unearthing of a roasted pig from an underground oven), an open bar, a Hawaiian-style buffet and a South Pacific dance-and-music show.
Everybody swings by to watch the Sheraton-organized torch-lighting and cliff-diving ceremony from Puʻu Kekaʻa that takes place at sunset. Afterwards, there's live music at the Sheraton's Cliff Dive Grill.
This open-air bar and restaurant beside the beach is a pleasant place to linger over a cool drink while catching a few rays. It also has a good grill and pupu menu. Live music Wednesday through Sunday from 3pm to 5p…
Maui’s most Hawaiian hotel cheerfully entertains with a free hula show and Hawaiian music. Enjoy mai tais and brews at the adjacent Tiki Bar (10am to 10pm), with music and dancing nightly in the Tiki Courtyard.
Kaʻanapali’s shopping center hosts Polynesian and Tahitian dance and hula performances. Check the website for a monthly calendar of events and classes.
There’s low-key live music on the patio at bar-and-restuarant Japengo, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm nightly.