Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at Plantation Resort
For unique fun and a cultural exploration, make sure to head to the Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at Plantation Resort in Myrtle Beach. The show combines traditional Polynesian dances, music, and fire knife performances for an unforgettable evening.
This authentic experience is great for all ages to attend, as it features ethnic dances, music, and the beautiful fire knife dancing display. The show is put on by a Samoan family that hails from Nu'uuli on the island of Tutuila in American Samoa. The show informs guests of this culture in a mesmerizing and exciting way.
About Samoan Fire Knife Dancing (Ailao Afi):
This art is captivating and displays a Samoan warrior's courage. During this display, the warrior spins, throws, and dances with a warrior club which are often wooden carved heirloom clubs. The fire dancing team at this Polynesian show consists of the three Lavata'i brothers who are from Nu'uuli. They learned the art beginning in 2002 and were the last to train with the legendary Chief Letuli Olo Uluao Misilagi Letuli and his daughter, Malie Letuli.
Guests will also be able to dine upon a scrumptious luau-style dinner. This display is sure to be a memorable one, so do not miss out on the opportunity to add this show and tons of other attractions to your next relaxing vacation.
- What is included in the admission price for Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at Plantation Resort?
Includes show and buffet dinner.
- Approximately how long is the Polynesian Luau & Fire Dinner Show at Plantation Resort?
It lasts approximately 2.5 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
It is held at the Plantation Resort.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.
- What is the dress code?
Dress code is restaurant casual, but it is encouraged that you wear Aloha attire for the atmosphere.