Ohana Ticket Price: $90/attendee (includes dinner on Saturday night)
Ohana is a three day, all inclusive event. Your ticket admits you to ALL of the activities, events, performances, and contests during the weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). It also covers your FABULOUS Luau Dinner on Saturday night (That’s right, we’re going to feed you too!).
Weekend activities include Live Music Performances, Vendors selling their fabulous wares, sampling cocktails during the Ohana Room Crawl, being wowed by the Polynesian Luau Feast & Show. You’ll get one of our Legendary Swag Bags and SO MUCH MORE!!!
We Look Forward to Seeing You At The Lake!!!
Thursday Night Kickoff Party: Bedrock-A-Go-Go! $25/attendee
That’s right folks, the pre-Ohana kick-off party is back again this year on Thursday, June 25th 2015. We’re going waaaaay back further than we’ve ever gone before.
Yes, this year we’re going to start it all off caveman style with a Bedrock-A-Go-Go party on Thursday night. We’ve got the outrageously talented Neanderthals to perform as we (bed)rock the night away, so you know you’ve got to be there! If you haven’t seen them before, prepare to be clubbed over the head with awesomeness. If you have, I’m sure you’re already chomping at the prehistoric bit to buy those tickets.
$25 bucks buys ya a ticket in the WABAC machine to join us. Food is included in the ticket price (the same finger foods/gnoshables we usually have… with a prehistoric flair!), and we’ll have prizes for best costume, great drinks (cash bar…bring cash!!), and all the usual shenanigans you’ve come to expect from us. So break out that old sleestack costume, throw on a leopard print loincloth, put a bone in your hair, and get ready to party the way they did 1,000,000 years ago… without the constant threat of carnivorous predators and man-eating plants.
Tickets (which INCLUDE FOOD!!!) are $25/ea.
Please enter your name(s) exactly as you would like it to appear on the badge in the text field below. Most folks have their screen-names from the internet put on them (its nice to put faces with folks you only know from online), but feel free to choose any name/nickname you want. Just keep it PG-13 rated, and don’t go too overboard on length. “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die” is an awesome badge name, but its tough to fit in the small space we have on the badges. For multiple tickets/names, separate each one with a comma.