Four of the six of us were from overseas. Since they had never been to a Luau they found the dancing and music enjoyable, and the food good tasting. My husband and I had attended a Maui Luau a few years ago, and It was really outstanding: before anyone sat down, we could tour the grounds, look at and learn about the imu ceremony, learn about the old Hawaiian crafts, learn about the historic dress and meaning, the history of the Hawaiian people, watching the pig being dug up and taken away for carving. It was really great. The Island Breeze Luau, on the other hand, was kind of like a cafeteria... waiting in a long line in the hotel when it opened, being led to a long cafeteria style table outside where we sat (listening to the entertainment) until being called to walk to the several tables of food. I can't complain about the food... it was tasty. Luckily the weather was good and appropriate for eating outside. No bugs flying around ( : -)) The arrival of the costumed Hawaiians in the boat was enjoyable at the beginning of the show. It just didn't feel like the real historic Hawaii culture to us. Too commercial. It's a shame.