Kick off your evening with a lei greeting by hula dancers. Then dine on an unlimited buffet of Hawaiian favorites such as Kalua pork, chicken, and Hawaiian pizza, while listening to live music by a Polynesian band. After dinner, the main show starts, with dances from different Polynesian cultures and a fire knife performance by a Samoan fire team. If you wish, there's an opportunity to try your hand at hula dancing or a hakka warrior dancing.
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Things to Know Before You Go
The dinner and show are suitable for families and kids of all ages.
The show is held indoors, with air-conditioning.
A cash bar is available throughout the evening.
There are several chances for audience participation.
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
Polynesian Fire is held in the Lounge at the Hawaiian Inn, in Daytona Beach. Plenty of free parking is available at the on-site parking lot, with additional parking available across the street.
When to Get There
The show is usually held on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, and the occasional Friday. Check the schedule to avoid disappointment. The dinner and show runs around 2.5 hours. The venue is air-conditioned, making it an ideal dinner choice even when it’s hot.
Fire Knife Performances
Samoan fire knife dancing is one of the most intricate displays in the Samoan culture. Also known as Ailao Afi, it is a dance to show a Samoan warrior’s display of strength using a war club and is typically performed at ceremonial processions. Fire was added to the dance in the 1940s and has been common element since then.
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