Kanani Pua celebrates Polynesian culture through dance and music!


It may be winter, but this Polynesian performance will bring warmth to the New Year! Under the direction of Elenoa Tuitavuki Pua, Kanani Pua originated in 2014 in West Jordan, Utah.  Elenoa was born and raised in the islands of O’ahu, Hawaii and has performed at the Polynesian Cultural Center since she was of high school age. Upon moving to Utah, Kanani Pua has grown into a dance company that captures the authenticity of Polynesia. Kanani Pua has been invited to perform at many annual festivals and events, and with the expertise of Pasimata Larsen & Tony Paialii as well as authentic musicians, Kanani Pua cultivates and perpetuates Polynesian culture through dance and music.  Mahalo nui loa!

ADD-ON LUAU DINNER IS NOW SOLD OUT: We are offering an island-style dinner from the owners of the original Bamboo Hut. Purchase the dinner for an additional $12 per person. For those attending the 4pm show, the dinner will be post-show at 5:15pm. For those attending the 7pm show, the dinner will be pre-show at 6:15pm.


This event is included on the Indoor Season ticket.

Some of the members of Kanani Pua. Click any image to see it full size.

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