Hui ‘O Hawaii’s 57th Annual Lu‘au

May 9th, 2012

Hui O Hawaii and the Polynesian Culture Club hosted the 57th annual lu‘au this past Saturday, May 5th. The lu‘au is the main event the clubs put on every year, entertaining 800-1000 guests from across the nation. A traditional Hawaiian dinner was served along with a student organized show consisting of the different types of hula, along with Samoan and Tongan dances, followed by a concert performed by a popular band from Hawai’i.

The lu‘au is a popular tradition here at OSU. It is a family fun event and allows people to experience the Polynesian culture. I definitely recommend coming down and experiencing the lu‘au for yourself!



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