Did you get your invitation in the mail for this?? No? Well, thank goodness I'm here to tell you about it so you won't miss out!
Every year (since 2005) the American Cinematheque puts on this big luau dinner (Southern California-style, as they call it) in the courtyard of the Egyptian. They show tropical-themed films in the big theater and there is live music and all sorts of fun.
The movies this year are:
Friday July 25 - "Fair Wind to Java" and "Aloma of the South Seas"
Saturday July 26 - "Her Jungle Love"
Saturday Luau Dinner with Musical Entertainment by King Kukulele and the Friki Tikis with the Polynesian Paradise Dancers!
Also Saturday, I'll be hosting a pre-movie-screening of "Tiki-TV" .
(This is a condensed 20-minute version of the presentation I gave at Hukilau in Florida in June, in case you missed it.)
Also there will be tropical vendors and more surprises!
Can you even stand it?
Advance Tickets: www.fandango.com
The historic Egyptian Theatre is located at 6712 Hollywood Boulevard, LA, CA 90028