Joined: Apr 03, 2002
From: Hapa Haole Hideaway, TN
|Posted: 22 days ago; 11:40 am  Permalink|
The Hukilau site is live. More details to come.
I’ll be doing a presentation and hosting a Mai-Kai hospitality room.
Joe and Donella Vitale are the featured artists. They, along with King Kukulele and I are the only people who have attended every Hukilau.
Supporting Hukilau is supporting the Mai-Kai. This event exists because of the Mai-Kai and it exists to promote it by getting media exposure and adding new fans.
I have been working with Richard who owns the event now for a few years and he is a great guy. He was going to the Mai-Kai long before Hukilau existed. He shares my desire to keep supporting and promoting the Mai-Kai
"Mai-Kai: History & Mystery of the Iconic Tiki Restaurant" the book
[ This Message was edited by: swanky 2018-01-07 08:36 ]
Grand Member (8 years)
Joined: Nov 26, 2005
|Posted: 18 days ago; 06:13 am  Permalink|
Hey Tim That link does not work for me.
Good luck with Hukilau.
[ This Message was edited by: tikiskip 2018-01-05 06:14 ]
Joined: Dec 31, 2003
From: Calgary, Canada
|Posted: 18 days ago; 08:49 am  Permalink|
The coding on the url was bad: it was posted as http//www.thehukilau.com but should be http://www.thehukilau.com.
Joined: Jun 07, 2008
From: 16 miles from The Mai-Kai
|Posted: 5 days ago; 10:06 pm  Permalink|
An Atomic Grog exclusive: Everything you need to know about The Hukilau 2018, including a full preview and tons of photos from 2017, plus two recipes from the Tiki Tower Takeover ...
Party like it’s 2009: Los Straitjackets (left) will headline The Hukilau for a second time, while The Intoxicators will make their 13th appearance at the Tiki party in Fort Lauderdale. (Photos from The Hukilau 2009)
Rum ambassador Ian Burrell presents a symposium at The Hukilau 2017 (Atomic Grog photo). He’ll be joined in 2018 by cocktail pioneer and influential musician/DJ Brother Cleve (Photo by Audrey Harrer).
South Florida artists Will Anders (left) and Tom Fowner led popular craft classes at The Hukilau 2017. They'll both be back in 2018. (Left photo by Heather McKean, right photo by The Atomic Grog)
Tim “Swanky” Glazner (right) presents a one-of-a-kind symposium featuring legends of The Mai-Kai at The Hukilau 2017. He'll have an all-new symposium in 2018. (Atomic Grog photo)
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