Tiki Kiliki Productions Presents The Hukilau 2012
April 19-22, 2012
Event locations include:
Best Western Oceanside
Sheraton Beach Hotel (aka Yankee Clipper)
The Mai-Kai Restaurant
TICKETS AND SCHEDULE: Prices range from $25 for Thursday night only to $150 for an all-access pass that gives you entry to all four days of events, including the symposiums. Other options are a Friday-Saturday pass for $55, and a Thursday-to-Saturday pass for $85 (not including symposiums). Tickets for the Friday Main Event at the Bahia Cabana are $27, and symposium prices range from $15 for “Ta-ta-u – The Mark of Civilization” to $35 for “Revenge of the Zombie.”
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Celebrating 11 years of Mid-Century and Polynesian Pop Culture & The Official Celebration of the Mai-Kai!
Activities will again be centered around 2 beachside hotels plus the legendary Mai-Kai restaurant, which is celebrated its 55th anniversary in 2011. But months of feedback from Hukilau fans resulted in several changes: More events at The Mai-Kai, a more budget-friendly hotel, and a more laid-back schedule with time to enjoy the company of friends and South Florida’s abundant beaches and beauty.
One thing that hasn’t changed, however, is The Hukilau’s commitment to high-caliber entertainment and educational symposiums. Among the 2012 highlights are: Nashville surf/spy/space supergroup The Martian Denny Orchestra; a symposium on the mysterious Zombie cocktail by influential mixologist and author Jeff “Beachbum” Berry; a hands-on symposium by tattoo artist and historian Paul Roe; and several savage performances by acclaimed burlesque star Angie Pontani.Thank you for using Soul Of Miami!