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Aloha Coffee & Cultural Festival: Tina's Ports of Paradise

Tina's Ports of Paradise

Dancing since she was three years young, and performing since the tender age of five, Tina Vainuku, endearingly known as “Auntie Tina”, brings the timelessness of Polynesian dance and sounds to the mainland. Tina began her dance group, “Tina’s Ports of Paradise”, in hopes of sharing the Aloha spirit.

As a multi-faceted dance troupe, Tina’s Ports of Paradise provides audiences a feast for their senses. With its brilliantly choreographed Hawaiian hulas to its heart-pounding Tahitian drumming to its jaw-dropping Samoan knife and Fijian spear dances, Tina’s group provides entertainment to please everyone. Not yet intrigued? Tina’s Ports of Paradise also perform a delightfully fun “siva”, high-energy dances from the Cook Islands, as well as the mesmerizing Maori Haka and Poi Ball dances!

Tina's Ports of Paradise

Weaving a multitude of routines into one beautifully diverse tapestry, Tina breathes life into each performance as she narrates the stories and meaning behind the music and dance. So, not only are audiences treated to the visions and sounds of the South Seas, they are also transported back through its rich history as Tina crafts her timeless tales.

Tina's Ports of Paradise

Three-time overall winners at the Tahiti Fete competition, Tina’s Ports of Paradise have proven to be a first-class dance company. And, you can hire them for your next event! Whether you want to celebrate your anniversary, plan an unforgettable wedding, or electrify your birthday party, Tina’s Ports of Paradise can put together the perfect blend of dance, music, and fun for your occasion!

Want a taste of their talents before hiring them? Come experience the beauty and enchantment of the South Pacific with Tina’s Ports of Paradise at Red Dirt’s 4th  Aloha Coffee & Cultural Festival on Sunday, October 4th, 2015 at Ramona Gardens Park in Grover Beach, CA.

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