Oct 152015
Hawaiian Band: Aloha Strings

Aloha! Enjoy the sounds of the Hawaiian Islands with the Aloha Strings (2 to 10-piece band) at your next Tiki-themed event or Luau. You can listen and dance to the beautiful Hawaiian melodies or do the hula with our added Hawaiian dancers! The islands are calling you with their warm sandy beaches, cool waters and tropical drinks! The Aloha Strings appear in various ensemble combinations, including: Violin Ukulele Lap Steel Guitar Bass Keyboard Drums Strings Vocals Mahalo! Video Samples:     Play List includes: Across The Sea Aloha Oe ‘Ama ‘Ama Better Together Blue Hawaii Caravan E Ku ‘u Morning Dew Hawaii [more]

Apr 112012
Hawaiian Pacific Magic

The Hawaiian Pacific Magic Dance Troupe represents the Polynesian community of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The group was formed in 1982 with five young dancers, which eventually grew to 200 talented young artists who perform locally, nationally, and internationally. Their objectives are to spread the ALOHA spirit and enhance the understanding of the Polynesian culture as expressed through traditional music and dance as an art form. The group’s repertoire is diverse, representing the people of the South Pacific, which included the ancient Hawaiian Hula, the magical Poi dances of New Zealand, the exciting and pulsating Tahitian Otea, and the authentic dances [more]

Aug 112012
Hula San Village

The Hula San Village Dance Troupe offers quality and professional Polynesian dancers who deliver an attractive and exhilarating show that is sure to wow your guests! The Hula San Village Dance Troupe, representing the Polynesian community of Mississauga, Ontario, amazes audiences through their performances from the native villages of Hawaii, Tahiti, Cook Islands, New Zealand, and Samoa for events including festivals, fairs, corporate and private functions throughout Ontario. They have been featured in many events that include the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), Ontario Place, Filipino Fiesta at Brampton Square, Vaughan In Action, Mississauga Canada Day Celebrations, and Toronto Pride. Formed in 2002, [more]