Saturday, February 8, 2014, 11:00 – 11:45am

Saturday Family Concerts
Te Fare O Tamatoa

Downstairs at Town Hall; enter on Seneca Street. Free-$25.

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Family, Saturday Family Concerts

TeFareOTamatoa2Known and loved for popular performances including the Northwest Folklife Festival and DANCE This, Te Fare O Tamatoa is on a mission to educate the public about Tahiti through drumming and dancing—it’s a bonus that the “lessons” are so incredibly entertaining and fun. Working in the traditional style, Te Fare O Tamatoa (The House of Tamatoa) demonstrates Tahitian drumming, dance, music, history, and culture through high-energy rhythmic performances that are beautiful, colorful, and mesmerizing.

Presented by: Town Hall as part of the Saturday Family Concerts series, curated by Brian Faker and Susie Tennant. Series supported by US Bancorp Foundation, Lucky Seven Foundation, and Fales Foundation Trust. Series media sponsorship provided by ParentMap.
Tickets: free for kids 12 and under/$5 for adults with children/$25 unaccompanied adults. Tickets are required for children and adults.
Doors open: 10:30 am
Learn more: About Te Fare O Tamatoa
Travel advisory: The Northwest Flower and Garden Show is happening at the Convention Center this weekend, so there may be changed traffic and parking patterns around Town Hall.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted January 6, 2014 at 11:59 am | Permalink

    This will be a GREAT show to save the date! I miss Polynesian Dancing:-(. Hope to see you there! Kia orana!

    • Maima
      Posted January 22, 2014 at 10:47 am | Permalink

      Hello, Did you guys have another dance group somewhere in seattle, just need more informations thanks. Love to have a luau sometime soon but need the Tahiti dance group to perform. this will be my email to contact me maimakaleopa@live.com Thanks

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