Presented by Penn State York Office of Student Affairs
Tue. Apr 4, 2017 at 7:00 pm
*This is event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required for entrance.
Chief Koko Aiolupotea is the leader and Artistic Director of Mana Polynesia. Mana Polynesia performs an exciting array of traditional and contemporary South Pacific dances from Hawaii and other “paradise” islands of the Polynesian triangle, including Tonga, Tahiti, New Zealand, Fiji and the Samoas. Mana Polynesia offers entertaining Polynesian music & dance ensembles, precision drummers and colorful native costumes. Featuring the Samoan Flaming “Fire Knife Dance” as seen recently on “The Big Blue Marble,” for the Discovery Channel, Mana Polynesia tours extensivley, performing at major festivals, colleges and universities, community/civic events and corporate functions around the country. Chief Koko and Mana Polynesia performs Polynesian music and dance as a vehicle for cultural expression. Mana Polynesia loves showcasing indigenous dances for audiences who embrace the spirit of Polynesia and want to learn more about the culture, history and traditions of Hawaii and the islands of the the great Pacfic Rim.
For more information on this event, please contact Dan Puccio in the Student Affairs office at 717-771-4045 or email@example.com.