Polynesian dancers join Sept. 27 Kannapolis Arts fest

Siva A Manu Polynesian Dance School and Shows will perform from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the corner of West 1st Street and West Avenue, Kannapolis during the Sept. 27 Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival.

Siva A Manu Polynesian Dance School and Shows

“We are Charlotte’s Premiere family owned and operated Polynesian performance group. Our group consists of women and children hula, samoan, Tahitian and Maori dancers, with a Fire Knife dancer. We have a dance studio as well as perform in Charlotte and surrounding Counties and States. Siva A Manu Dancers offer all our customers a full 60 minute floor show with over a dozen dance numbers and multiple costume changes for a competitive price. (other package options available).”

“We will take you on a tour of the South Pacific visiting the islands of Hawaii, Tahiti, NewZealand, Tonga, Fiji and Samoa (with the famous fire & knife dance). When you book us, you will be able to experience a feeling of being in the Island for your event without getting on that long 11 hour plan flight. Would love to hear from you.


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Kannapolis Arts would like to thank it’s sponsors:  the North Carolina Research Campus, the City of Kannapolis, Downtown Kannapolis Inc., the Independent Tribune, Omega Graphics and the Cabarrus Arts Council.