CORVALLIS - Oregon State University's 44th annual Hui-O-Hawaii Luau, featuring Hawaiian food, dance and music, will be the biggest ever, said Shannon Alivado, president of OSU's Hui-O-Hawaii, which is sponsoring the event.
Festivities begin at 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, in OSU's Gill Coliseum, Alivado said.
Tickets are $18 for the OSU community and $20 general admission. Show-only tickets, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m., are also available
Dinner, opens the evening, followed by live Hawaiian music from Ho'onu'a and Hawaiian dance performances. The band's album "Feel Good Island Music," is in the top 25 in Hawaii. The name Ho'onu'a means to give lavishly and continually.