2020 Lūʻau -- CANCELED

In light of urgent public health concerns, the Dartmouth Lūʻau has been canceled. Although this was a difficult decision, we are committed to the wellbeing of our students, community, and performers. We would like to acknowledge the immense planning efforts put forth by the Hokupa`a co-chairs. We know that their hard work and dedication would have undoubtedly resulted in a remarkable event. We are truly grateful for your understanding during this unprecedented time.  

About Lūʻau

The Dartmouth Lūʻau is an annual event that celebrates the existence and representation of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander identity on the Dartmouth campus. Since its initiation, the Dartmouth Lūʻau has brought together communities from across campus, as well as regionally, to celebrate, honor, educate, and share their Native heritage. For the past two years, the Dartmouth Lūʻau has been voted the #1 student organized event by Dartmouth Office of Student Life for inviting the greater Dartmouth community to celebrate and learn through food, song, and dance.