Polynesian Luau & Dinner Show in Springdale

Polynesian Luau & Dinner Show in Zion National Park

Siva Pasefika

Polynesian Luau & Dinner Show in Zion National Park. Siva Pasefika is a beloved, local Polynesian music & dance group. Bringing the Drums of Tahiti, the Hula of Hawaii, the Samoan Siva & of course the Haka of New Zealand’s Maori people.

Mixing & mashing the Hawaiian, Tahitian, Samoan & Maori cultures into one memorable experience. The word Siva relates to a Samoan dance and Pasefika refers to the Polynesian people (Pacifica).

Luau & Dinner Show

Have you ever wanted to explore the Pacific Islands? Have you ever wanted to explore Zion National Park? Well, now you can roll it all into one trip! (Sort of) If you’re planning a trip to Zion National Park – be sure to make this part of your experience. This show goes throughout the summer, every Friday & Saturday from 7PM-9PM (19:00-21:00). This Thursday (June 27th 2019) will be the soft-opening and will be FREE – so don’t miss out!

For just $49.99 you can make this Polynesian Luau & Dinner Show part of your memorable visit to Zion National Park. This includes the entertaining music & dance show as well as island BBQ catered by Pineapple Express.

 

O.C. Tanner Amphitheater

The O.C. Tanner Amphitheater may be one of the world’s most magnificent outdoor amphitheaters. You could possibly find yourself in such awe of the scenery that you miss the whole show (hopefully not!) Shows & events at the O.C. Tanner always make for an unforgettable evening in Zion.

Directions to the amphitheater – 144 Lion Blvd. Springdale, Utah. West of the main drive through Springdale.

Zion National Park

Zion is a once in a lifetime experience for many people. It can be hard to make plans, because there’s so much to do here. Obviously, hiking & sight seeing is on the list. But what else is there to do? A Polynesian Luau & Dinner Show may seem out of place, however many Polynesian people actually call Southern Utah home. The great thing about Zion is that it isn’t confined to one culture. It’s rich in history, such as the Paiute Native American people, early Mormon pioneers and now so much more.

For more activities in Zion check out our Things To Do page.

For more about Siva Pasefika, visit their website.

 

 

 

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