Brand new Waikiki’s Biggest Show® features a “Hawaiian Journey®” from 1920s to current through powerful performances of music and dance in our 750-seat premier theater! Rock-A-Hula® artists sing their greatest hits with their own natural voices, as well as dance and play instruments. They are accompanied by a rockin' live band and fabulous dancers. In circumstances beyond our control, the artists line up may change.
Based out of Honolulu, Hawaii, singer-songwriter Sienna brings a unique vibe of smooth island rhythms, roots reggae, and pop music to the stage. At a young age, she taught herself how to play the ukulele and guitar and performed in drama productions. In 2017, she released her debut single, “No Broken Hearts,” and in 2018 released her follow-up single, “What A Feeling.” Sienna has performed in Las Vegas, Arizona and California. She enjoys bringing joy and Aloha through her music and is excited to inspire young females to follow their dreams.
Nanakuli native Meleana Brown opened for Grammy-winning Bruno Mars in Honolulu in 2010 and sang alongside 10-time Grammy winner John Legend during her appearance on ABC’s singing competition show “Duets.” The singer-songwriter performs Gospel, Hawaiian, Classical Opera, Ballads, Pop and R&B. She has traveled internationally, touring her latest album “White Walls” and performing her hit single “Hideaway.”
Local talent, Irie Love, was born in Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii. Her musical career began in 1999 when she became a finalist on Hawaii’s talent competition, “Brown Bags to Stardom.” Since then, she has toured the world with artists such as Morgan Heritage, Pink, Chaka Khan, Fiji, J Boog, Katchafire, and Tarrus Riley. She released her first album in 2012 with two #1 charted singles, “It Is Wut It Is” and “My Love.” Her single, “Step Up,” reached the #1 spot on reggae charts in Kenya, Uganda, Senegal, Costa Rica, and Brazil, and her remix single “Better Than Love,” debuted at #1 on Hawaiian and Jamaican radio. Irie also gives back to her community by serving as a mentor to Hawaii’s charter school students through the Mana Maoli project, Mana Mele, as well as her “Empower the Youth” campaign, which she created in 2010.