Alohafest: Kanikapila! -- Common Kings + Samoan Fire & Knife Show
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The last date listed for Alohafest was Sunday September 29, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Mark MarcusRed Velvet
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'Alohafest' at the Ford Theatre definitely saved the best for last with 'Nonosina' whose Tahitian and Samoan music, dance and drums were breathtakingly magnificent throughout their set, culminating in the Samoan fire dance. The host of 'Iron Chef America' Mark Dacascos, was on stage briefly to introduce his singer-songwriter sister, and I wish he had been chosen to host the entire event, instead of the pair of radio dj's who slowed down the pace of the show.
This is an outdoor venue. Please be prepared for the weather.
Picnicking on the grounds is welcome, and there are food and drink concessions on site.
About the Ticket Supplier: Ford TheatresThe John Anson Ford Theatres is a center that fosters the excellence, diversity, vitality, understanding, appreciation and accessibility of the performing arts in Los Angeles County. Its programs nurture artists, arts organizations and community, and provide a gateway for the people of greater Los Angeles to discover and appreciate cultures of their region and the world.
The Ford strives to be a world-class community performing arts center that celebrates and reflects the diversity of the people of Los Angeles. As such, the Ford improves the health of community arts and cultural organizations through its programming, community partnerships, and the strength of the cultural richness of Los Angeles.