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Stanford Lūʻau

The Stanford Lūʻau is an annual event put on during spring quarter by Hawaiʻi Club, in conjunction with Hui and Kaorihiva. Lūʻau is a celebration of Hawaiian and Polynesian culture that helps spread awareness of Polynesia to the Stanford community. The event features delicious Hawaiian food, hula and other Polynesian dances performed by Stanford students, and live music performances.

Previous Years

For more information on previous years' Lūʻau, please see our Lūʻau History page!

Stanford Lūʻau 2014

Stanford Hawaiʻi Club Lūʻau 2014
“Hoʻomoe Wai Kahi Ke Kāoʻo”
Saturday, April 19, 2014
White Plaza
12:00 PM–3:00 PM

This year's Lūʻau theme was "Hoʻomoe Wai Kahi Ke Kāoʻo," an ʻōlelo noʻeau (poetic saying) that means "let's all travel together like water flowing in the same direction."

Photo by Amber Roberts '16

Stanford Lūʻau 2013

Missed last year's Lūʻau? Dean Eyre, III took some wonderful photos of the event. Mahalo, Dean!

Stanford Hawaiʻi Club Lūʻau 2013
“Hoʻolaʻi Nā Manu I Ke Aheahe”
Saturday, April 20, 2013
White Plaza
12:00 PM–3:00 PM

"Mālama Mau Hawaiʻi" (Photo by Yaya Campbell '14)