Recording artist Nathan Osmond, nephew to Donny and Marie, has been headlining Waikiki's newest dinner show, "Pacific Swing Hawaii," three to four nights a week since Jan. 7.

"We are pleased to debut 'Pacific Swing Hawaii' at our Waikiki resort," said Michael Nisky, general manager of the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. "It will be a great evening offering for both visitors and kamaaina who are looking for a new Hawaii experience unlike the traditional luau."

The show is a look back at 1940s-era big band USO tours and includes a range of "fast-paced" performances incorporating favorites like "Beyond the Sea" and "Chattanooga Choo Choo."

After dinner, guests are encouraged to hit the dance floor while a big band plays hits from Glenn Miller, Tommi Dorsey and Artie Shaw. Dinner and show tickets start at $107 for adults and $77 for children under 12.

Visit www.pacificswinghawaii.com.

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