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July 23, 2021

ON FIRE! ANAINA HOU ADDS A FRIDAY NIGHT PERFORMANCE TO SOLD-OUT AHI LELE FIRE SHOW

Anaina Hou Community Park has added a Friday night performance of the Ahi Lele Fire Show to its roster of summer entertainment.  

Coppin Colburn and his Ohana perform to an enthusiastic and appreciative crowd each week in the Porter Pavilion at Anaina Hou Community Park.  This intimate and authentic show garners rave reviews. From the riveting fire knife performance to the beautiful and mesmerizing hula, the Ahi Lele Fire Show has become the "hottest" must-see experience on the North Shore. 

 

As the Fire Show commences, guests are lured to the Porter Pavilion by flickering tiki torches and the whisper of warm tropical breezes. Coppin and his talented ohana welcome the night with the blow of the conch shell and the exhilarating beat of the drum. What follows is a thrilling journey into Polynesian history. 

 

“We love having Coppin and his ohana with us each week and are excited to have them lighting up the stage with a second show at the Porter Pavilion,” said Jill W. Lowry, Executive Director of Anaina Hou. “The Ahi Lele Fire Show is a true celebration of Hawaiian culture, and following more than a year of confinement, one that visitors and residents alike are hungry for.”

 

Seats for the fire show are set in socially distanced pairs, creating an intimate atmosphere where the performers can move amongst the guests, sharing their artistry as well as the history and culture of Polynesia.  


VIP Tickets (for both the Wednesday night and Friday night show) include front row reserved seats, a delicious meal featuring local cuisine and individually packaged; also including a mai tai or non-alcoholic beverage of choice. General Admission is $89 and children, 12 and under $47; children under two attend free. 


Masks remain mandatory in the Pavilion. For further information and to make reservations, visit:  https://anainahou.org/ahi-lele-fire-show/

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