‘Fires of Polynesia’ ignites Kings’ Shops with free live entertainment on Big Island
Kings’ Shops in Waikōloa Beach Resort has launched its new live entertainment experience, the “Fires Of Polynesia.”
The free performance, presented by Tiana Productions, is designed to showcase the strength and beauty of the dancers while wielding the hypnotic power of fire.
“Fires of Polynesia” plays on the first and last Fridays of each month at 7:30 p.m. on Center Stage. The Kingsʻ Shops are located at 250 Waikōloa Beach Dr. in Waikōloa.
The “Fires of Polynesia” is hosted by Stephanie “Aunty Tutu” Lindsey and brother Kaleo Lindsey. They take the audience on a huakaʻi (voyage) from the flaming torches and fire fans of Tahiti, to the fire poi balls of New Zealand, volcanic fires of Hawai‘i and breathtaking fire knife of Sāmoa.
The Lindseys are fourth-generation Hawaiian entertainers, musicians, kumu hula and dancers. Stephanie Lindsey has worked for some of the finest resorts and lu‘au shows in Hawai‘i, and is also a wedding officiant.
“We are delighted to be able to bring this original production to Kings’ Shops,” said Cheryl Beckley, marketing and local leasing manager. “The pandemic put our live entertainment programs on pause for a while, but now we can once again welcome visitors and residents to come and enjoy dinner, a little shopping, and a Polynesian dance show that is really something special.”
For more information about Kings’ Shops, visit: www.kingsshops.com.