AUGUST 15, 2012
CAVE CREEK – Hele mei hoohiwahiwa!
Or, “Come Celebrate” the end of summer and Labor Day Weekend at Harold’s Cave Creek Corral on Sun., Sept. 2. Once again, Harold’s is hosting a festive Hawaiian Luau, complete with 10 tons of sand, 10 palm trees, a thrilling “Fire Knife Dance” and lots of fun. The popular party features a pig roast luau buffet, Ka'ea Mauna Lani Hawaiian Luau Dancers, a reggae performance by Grantman & the Island Beat, a limbo and hula contest, face painting, Lei making, Hawaiian vendors, drink specials and more.
Your host is Danny “Maui Dan” Piacquadio, Harold’s Corral’s co-owner, who started the Cave Creek Luau tradition 15 years ago. “It’s probably the only place in Arizona where you’ll see real cowboys hula dancing and people of all ages competing in a limbo contest,” Piacquadio said. “Last year’s event sold out, so get your tickets early.”
Piacquadio also encourages guests to take note of the entertainment and buffet schedule, so they don’t miss out on any fun:
6 p.m. Gates open
6:30 p.m. Hawaiian buffet begins (two Pig Roast buffet stations). The delicious buffet will include succulent roast pork, smoked Mahi Mahi, a shrimp/seafood casserole, herb roasted chicken, Teriyaki steak, and other traditional Hawaiian cuisine. A Hawaiian band will also begin performing outside.
7:30 p.m. Luau show begins outside. Ka'ea Mauna Lani Hawaiian Luau Dancers will perform authentic Hawaiian Luau dances including the traditional “Fire Knife Dance.”
8:30 p.m. Grantman & the Island Beat perform reggae music inside
Open seating is first come first serve. Tickets are $25 per adult and $12 for children 12 and under.
Larger parties can purchase a 10-top VIP table for $275 which includes a front row table, cocktail service and complimentary Hawaiian gift.
Harold’s Cave Creek Corral is located at 6895 E. Cave Creek Rd.
To purchase tickets, call 480-488-1906 or visit www.haroldscorral.com.