The Stanford Lūʻau is a celebration of Hawaiian and Polynesian culture put on by Hawaiʻi Club in conjunction with Hui and Kaorihiva, with support from ASSU. Lūʻau features traditional and local-style Hawaiian food, live music performances, and traditional Polynesian dances such as hula and Tahitian. Held annually in spring quarter, Lūʻau honors and celebrates the often under-represented indigenous cultures of Polynesia, as well as the local culture and cuisine of Hawaiʻi, helping to increase their visibility on campus and spread awareness to the Stanford community.
Stanford Lūʻau 2015
“I Mohala Nō Ka Lehua I Ke Keʻekeʻehi ʻIa E Ka Ua”
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Food Served at Noon, Performances at 1 PM
Directions & Parking Info
The Stanford Lūʻau is free and open to the public! Hawaiian food plates will be available for $2 presale and $5 at the event. Tickets for food will be sold from 4/13-4/17 from 11am-1pm in White Plaza (presale) and during the event.
Please join us for an afternoon of food, fun, and aloha!
About the Theme:
This year's Lūʻau theme is "i mohala nō ka lehua i ke keʻekeʻehi ʻia e ka ua," an ʻōlelo noʻeau (poetic saying) that means "the ʻōhiʻa lehua blossom unfolds when the rains tread on it."
Co-chairs Alanna Simao '17 and Bradley Wo '17
Alexis Kahanu, Bryson McFeeley, Jackie Chan, Jade Verdeflor, Maili Yee, Russell Wong, Sydney McLeish, Yoojin Rhee
Directions & Parking
The closest parking to White Plaza is the Tresidder Union lot, located between Mayfield Ave and Lagunita Dr (L-39 on this parking map). Parking is also available along Santa Teresa St. On weekends, parking is free at both locations. For driving directions to Tresidder Union, use this Google Map.
For more information on the history of the Stanford Lūʻau, please see our Past Lūʻau page!