Sheraton Waikiki and RumFire Launch Seven Kingdoms for New Year’s Eve

November 10, 2017

Revelers will reign the night at the “Seven Kingdoms” New Year’s Eve extravaganza at Sheraton Waikiki and RumFire beginning at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 31, and continuing through 2:30 a.m. on Monday, January 1, 2018.

Deejays and live entertainment will keep the night rocking as revelers conquer the ultimate celebration through the kingdoms of RumFire, Helumoa Pool, Infinity Edge Pool and the Edge of Waikiki, all with spectacular views of the midnight fireworks off Waikiki.

Tickets are now on sale at HonoluluBoxOffice.com. Presale admission tickets cost $100 and will be sold through December 20; $120 per person after December 20. One of the highlights is the transformation of the Edge Bar area into the “Champagne Room,” an exclusive area with communal seating and Veuve Clicquot champagne for up to 175 VIP guests for $250 per person. In addition to individual tickets, a number of VIP packages are available for groups and range between $1,200 for 2 people and $8,000 for 20 people. VIP packages include admission tickets, a dedicated VIP entry and bottle service. More information about VIP packages can be found on the RumFire New Year’s Eve site, or via e-mail at RumFireVIP@Sheraton.com.

Tickets are non-refundable and come with four-hour complimentary validated self-parking. Ticket prices apply to Sheraton Waikiki guests as well as the general public who are 21 years and older (valid ID required).

“We think Seven Kingdoms is going to draw a lot of revelers out to RumFire and Sheraton Waikiki this year,” said Alvin Yeh, Sheraton Waikiki’s director of restaurants and bars. “We expect to sell out our VIP tables before Christmas, so pre-sale tickets are definitely the way to go to reserve space at Hawaii’s hottest New Year’s Eve extravaganza.”

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