THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY ON THE WATERFRONT: Aloha Islanders

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THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY ON THE WATERFRONT: Aloha Islanders
Sunday, December 16, 2018
4 – 7 p.m. FREE | Palm Stage | Great Lawn on the West Palm Beach Waterfront, 100 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (N. Clematis St., just west of Flagler Drive)

The 6th annual The Palm Beach Post Sunday on the Waterfront Aloha Islanders show is the ultimate show of “Holiday in Paradise.” Where else in the world can visitors go to see a holiday-inspired Polynesian revue? West Palm Beach residents and visitors won’t need to book flights to far off lands but can instead make plans to attend this annual tradition! Aloha Islanders will take the audiences on a journey through Polynesia with pulsating drums, beautiful hula dancers and exciting Samoan fire knife dancers.  The action-packed, highly-interactive, non-stop show features dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa and New Zealand.  Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets and sit back, relax and enjoy this journey through Polynesia. For guests who want to get in on the fun, show highlights include:
● The “Big Kahuna” – one lucky male fan will be pulled on stage and dressed in traditional hula garb, including a coconut bikini top and traditional grass hula skirt!
● The Conch Blowing Contest – anyone from the audience can participate (with advanced registration required on-site). The Aloha Islanders men give a conch blowing demonstration prior to the contest to help the contestants learn – and then they put their skills to the test! Prizes will be awarded!
Aloha Islanders Hawaiian Entertainment was established in 1999 and is now the premiere Polynesian entertainment company in South Florida.  They provide vibrant, high-energy and authentic Polynesian entertainment for audiences of all ages.   Aloha Islanders travel throughout Florida and the US performing over 150 shows each year.
ALOHA!
The Palm Beach Post Sunday on the Waterfront concert series is a free, family-friendly event held year-round on the 3rd Sunday of each month.