Mahalo

Welcome to an enchanted evening at the historic Mai-Kai! Where the essence of Polynesia comes alive in the food, drink, fun and dances!

Mahalo at the Mai-Kai

Welcome to an enchanted evening at the historic Mai-Kai! Where the essence of Polynesia comes alive in the food, drink, fun and dances!

Join us on August 28 at the Mai-Kai for Exotic Rum cocktails at the Molokai Bar!

Then, the party moves to the Mai-Kai’s expansive dining rooms where you will be treated to award winning cuisine, and the world-famous Mai-Kai’s Polynesian dancers & floor show, all benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward.

Awards for Best-Costume; Polynesian Spirit; Best Centerpiece; Best Themed Table; and a special “Toa” award for the Brave Warrior willing to join the Mai-Kai dancers on stage to perform some dance moves, or show off some of their own.

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Ticket price includes a complimentary rum drink, four-course dinner, entertainment and an unforgettable experience!

This event wouldn't be possible without our honory chair, Dave Levy, CEO of the Mai-Kai and the head of the Mai-Kai in Fort Lauderdale. Dave is the son of Mireille Thornton, who was born in Tahiti and came to the Mai-Kai as a dancer. She fell in love with the co-founder of the Mai-Kai, Bob Thornton, and they were married. Mireille still choreographs the Polynesian dance show at the Mai-Kai to this day. The Mai-Kai has remained in the family all this time, and Dave talks about how that continuity has been the key to their success all these years