SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 2018: 7-10PM
A red hot, sexy evening full of indulgences and delights! The Prince Waikiki proudly presents Wela, the Valentine edition of Hawaii: Remixed. Showcasing local talent through different artistic mediums, this signature event indulges the senses and ignites the night beneath the stars on our beautiful Muliwai Deck.
Explore the seductive temptations of sweet and savory flavors through our curated selection of food and cocktails by some of O‘ahu’s top chefs from 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar, MW Restaurant, DK Steak House, The Pig and the Lady, Pipeline Bakery and Creamery, Via Gelato, and La Tour Cafe. Experience the vibrant surge of Kaka‘ako art with live street art performances. Hang out with Rella from 102.7 Da Bomb. Immerse yourself in rich sounds with live music by AJ Keolanui, and the hot beats of the sensational Grammy award winning DJ DV One.
A special giveaway and other surprises make this a not-to-be missed event!
Saturday, January 27, 2018
7:00PM-10:00PM. Doors open at 6:00 PM for VIP
Prince Waikiki, Muliwai Deck (5th floor pool deck, outdoor venue)
- Delicious sweet and savory bites by 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar, MW Restaurant, DK Steak House, The Pig and the Lady, Pipeline Bakery and Creamery, Via Gelato, and La Tour Cafe
- Live street art performances
- Hosted by Rella from 102.7 Da Bomb
- Live music performance by AJ Keolanui
- Beats by Grammy award winning DJ DV One
- Hosted Ketel One and Crown Royal tastings
Admission / Tickets:
All tickets include food and entertainment. Free admission for children 3 and under.
General Admission: $60 + tax
VIP Admission: $85 + tax
VIP ticket includes one-hour early admission, VIP seating with drink service, event branded cocktail glass, and complimentary parking.
MORE INFO: (808) 952-4789
DRESS CODE: SEXY RED
Dress to impress for a chance to win a one night stay at Prince Waikiki with a full day cabana rental!
Hawaii: Remixed is a series that launched on September 3, 2017 and takes place on Prince Waikiki’s 5th floor outdoor Muliwai deck. The idea stemmed from the hotel’s “sense of place” and how fresh water streams and sea water met here in the muliwai. The series will feature the same concept of “meeting”, with various artistic mediums – cuisine, music, art, and dance – weaving together to represent an experience that reflects the diversity of contemporary local artists.
Wela (the Hawaiian word for heat, lust, and passion) is the second event in the series. Each event will feature a new concept and a new way of “mixing” together the culture that makes us Hawaii.