Waikiki Shows of the Past
Remembering Waikiki's live shows of the past.
Andy Bumatai's NightTime TV Show
One of the most entertaining evenings I've had in Waikiki in a very long time was watching
a taping of the new "NightTime with Andy Bumatai" TV show in the Tropics Showroom
of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort. Everyone is invited to be part of the show's
studio audience, it's FREE, and it is one of the most fun, entertaining, and unusual nighttime
experiences you can have in Waikiki. I highly recommend it.
UPDATE: After being filmed for several months in one of the showrooms at Hilton
Hawaiian Village Hotel Andy's TV show was filmed for several more months in the
showroom of the Outrigger Waikiki Beach Hotel. As of 2009 Andy's
TV show was turnd into an live Internet show.
Elvis impersonator show at the
Princess Kaiulani Hotel featuring
Hawaii's own Elvis impersonator
Jonathan von Brana.
The Don Ho Show
One of the most popular live shows in Waikiki
until Don Ho passed away.
This Hawaii theme "Cirque du Soleil" style live
show ran from February 2006 through December of 2008 in
the former IMAX theater at 325 Seaside Avenue in Waikiki.
The show featured aerial acrobatics and stunning costumes
and choreography. Tickets were $50 to $140 and the most
expensive tickets included dinner at a nearby restaurant
and VIP seating for the show.
The Circus is Coming to Town
Cirque is On
Cirque Hawaii Loses Waikiki Lease
Ohana Ho Show
Don Ho died in 2007 but his family and friends
are honoring his memory by continuing to perform
in his showroom at the Waikiki
Beachcomber Hotel. The show features performances
by new local talent and a video segment
featuring Don Ho's early years and candid photos
with his children and celebrities. Tickets
are available for the show only or for
a candlight dinner show featuring prime rib and chicken.
Cocktails for either show may be purchased inside the
Stars in Concert
This show featuring celebrity impersonators
takes place Sunday through Friday at the
Waikiki Lau Yee Chai Chinese Restaurant
on the fifth floor of the Waikiki Shopping Plaza.
Jonathan Von Brana as Elvis Presley, Chris and Geoff Dahl as the
Blues Brothers, Danita Ahsberry as Tina Turner
and Whitney Houston, Mitch Adams as Elton John,
Garry Moore as Little Richard, and and more.
Entertainers Portrayal of Stars Shines in Revue
Local Impersonators Keep the Genre Hot
A theatrical presentation depicting how
Hawaiian culture maintains its life inthe urban
context of Waikiki today. Show is perfomrmed
in the LEVEL4 Nightclub and Ultra Lounge in
the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.
New Waikiki Show Will Literally Raise Roof
Waikiki Venue To Be Called Level 4
Waikiki Nei Set to Open Next Week
Waikiki Nei Temporarily Closes
Other Waikiki Shows of the Past
-Stars In Concert
Legends in Concert
Yes! International Review
Yes! Encore Hawaii
Live Shows in Waikiki
Luau Shows on Oahu
Shows on other Islands
Oahu Island - Main Menu
Islands of Hawaii
Hawaii for Visitors