Luau Information - COVID-19 Update

Aloha and Welcome Back to the Myths of Maui Luau

We are pleased to announce that Maui's longest running oceanfront Luau show is reopening to share with you the vibrant culture and history of Polynesia celebrated with a high-energy performance of the traditional dances and music of the islands along with a taste of authentic Hawaiian foods and drinks.

Beginning 2021, Luau doors will now open at 5:00pm. Luau's operate on Monday, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Begining March 10th we will be including Wednesday showings, totally 5 shows a week.

We have implemented a number of new health and safety protocols designed to keep you and our team safe while adhering to the guidelines required by our local government and health agencies. Rest assured, we intend to make your experience as safe and undisturbed as you imagine it to be. We look forward to welcoming guests back to our breathtaking outdoor venue located on Kaanapali Beach.

Learn more about our latest luau protocol and procedures.

Mahalo nui (Thank you), Myths of Maui Luau Team


Masks are required at all times in any public areas anyone over the age of 5 years old. County officials say that anyone who refuses to wear a mask is in violation of the County's Public Health Emergency Rules and may be subject to fines of up to $5,000 and 1 year in jail. This is under Rules and Orders 127A-0025/127A-0029. It is a court citation. County officials say "All persons shall wear face coverings, over their nose and mouth, while in public settings." Face coverings are required when moving aroun public space and physical distancing of at least six (6) feet between separate groups must be maintained. Members of a single residential or family unit who share the same address are not restricted. 

Masks and other facial covering shall not be required:

  • While persons are actively eating or drinking.
  • Persons who cannot wear a mask or facial covering due to an existing medical condition or of an individual who is hearing impaired or an individual who is communicating with an individual who is hearing impaired.

As owner or operator we have the right to refuse admission or service to any individual who fails to wear a face covering, unless an state approved exception applies.