Bring a taste of Hawaii to your your party, reception, or corporate event! Frozen Flurries offers authentic Hawaiian Shave Ice using the same machines, flavors, and styles as they do in the islands! Contact us today to check availability and pricing.
Price Range: $200 and up
Gig Length: 60 - 480 minutes
Languages: English, Spanish
What to Expect
A neatly setup area with at least one shave ice machine, a dozen core Hawaiian flavors, and enough supplies to accommodate the number of expected guests. Our operator will be dressed accordingly to complement the event.
There is truly no substitute for going in person to the Hawaiian Islands and visiting the best Shave Ice places like Matsumoto’s on the North Shore, Waiola’s in Waikiki, or Ululani’s in Maui. However, if you’re unable to make the 8,000 mile round trip, we are pleased to offer authentic Hawaiian Shave Ice right here in Tennessee!
Even though we can’t bring the Hawaiian beaches and palm trees to you, we can offer authentic Hawaiian shave ice using the same machines, techniques, and some of the same flavors as the island favorites! We even offer those finishing touches such as snow caps and mochi!
Currently, we only cater and do private parties, receptions, corporate events, etc. If you’re interested in offering Hawaiian Shave Ice at your next event, please give us a call!
Additional Booking Notes
Electrical hookup required
Past Booked Events
|May 01, 2017 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm||May Day Party|
|April 29, 2017 • 6:00pm - 9:00pm||Birthday Party|
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