Let's attend the 2014 Forbidden Island Luau and watch/listen the ukelele players, hula dancers, fire dancers, and do the luau. ;-)
The organizer will be onsite between 3:30 - 3:45 PM but please feel free to come earlier if you want to see the full ukelele show and witness the pig roasting. Please introduce yourself to the organizer and other members.
I will be wearing a white hat.
2014 Forbidden Island Luau
Sunday, May 25, 2014 | 2-10 pm
Forbidden Island Lounge, 1304 Lincoln Ave, Alameda
2014 entertainment includes:
2 pm: Live Hapa Haole music by Hot Steel & Cool Ukulele in the Parking Lot.
Songs about Hawai‘i or some aspect of Hawaiian culture with English lyrics mostly performed by American Artists, popular in the early 20th Century
3 pm: Pig Roast with delicious Hawaiian inspired dishes, such as Lomi Lomi Salad, Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Poi, provided by Family Affaire Catering, Alameda. $10/ plate
3:30-5 pm: Live Hula dancing by Aloha Polynesia
2-6 pm: Vintage Hawaiian and Exotica vinyl, selected by DJ Tiki Tom LG
6:30 pm (Dusk): Fire-Dancing by Fire Pixie Entertainment
7-9 pm: Kitty Chow and Fisherman.
Located in the heart of Alameda’s historic Bay Station Shopping District, Forbidden Island features a wide array of classic and contemporary gourmet cocktails, served in an exotic & fun tropical atmosphere.
Forbidden Island recently got rave reviews from both the San Francisco Chronicle and the East Bay Express, voted Best Specialty Cocktails in the 2011 and 2012 ABC 7 SF A-list. and was voted Best Overall Bar by the SF Guardian 2011. Mucho Mahalo!
Forbidden Island is a classic tiki bar interior evoking the legendary tiki lounges of the 1950s and ’60s, with bamboo huts, waterfalls, and much more.
We serve vintage tropical drinks and modern cocktails made right: perfectly balanced, with fresh-squeezed, seasonal juices and premium ingredients. Enjoy our lush, outdoor island patio.
See you soon and thank you for supporting the event. I will be providing my text number before the event by email.
Please bring CASH to make it expedient.