6th Annual West Valley Island Cultural Festival



The Sixth Annual West Valley Island Cultural Festival, Saturday, October 27, 2018

The West Valley Island Cultural Festival is pleased to announce Independent Talk 1100 KFNX as the Orchid Sponsor of the sixth annual West Valley Island Cultural Festival, to be held on Saturday, October 27, 2018.

The West Valley Island Cultural Festival is a multi-cultural event celebrating music and dance. There are contests, giveaways, and live entertainment by local performers. Some of the dances will be: Polynesian, Salsa, Belly dance and more! The festival will feature talented musicians, teachers, and dance performers, offering attendees an enjoyable experience.

There will be a presentation of awards! Lifetime Achievement Awards as well as Certificates of Achievement will be presented to individuals and groups for their artistic contributions.

Pre-festival presentations, dance/music workshops such as Hawaiian Hula, Ori Tahiti, Belly Dance, and Drumming will start in October. Please, continue to check www.wvislandculturalfest.com for details and updates.

WHAT: West Valley Island Cultural Festival

WHEN: Saturday, October 27, 2018

TIME: 12:00 Noon to 8:00 PM

WHERE: Windmill Suites Hotel, 12545 West Bell Road, Surprise, AZ 85378

WEBSITE: www.wvislandculturalfest.com

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/WestValleyIslandCulturalFestival

TWITTER: twitter.com/WVCulturalFest

ADMISSION FEE: (Pre-sale/Online): $25.00 per person, $15.00 for 13-19 years, and $10.00 for 4-12 year olds
At the door: $30.00/$20.00/$15.00, 3 years and under free
$16.00 Discounts for: Veterans, Seniors (55+), Military, Police, Police Civilians, Fire
(A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix)
(Admission fee is non-refundable)

Today, the West Valley Island Cultural Festival reveals a partial lineup of talented artists set to take the stage: Tropical Polynesian Productions will open the festival with Hawaiian chanting and Hula Kahiko dance (Ancient Hula), directed by Kumu Hula Kalena known for their energetic and upbeat dances. Also, added to the event will be a special electric light performance in the evening! The theme is Rainbow of Colors for the night show.
This year’s festival will welcome the return of Miguel “El Mambo” De Leon, Abyssinia Benefsefji – gifted dancer of improvisation, Phoenix Dance Conservatory Company, and Steelin The Night Away – Steel Drum all female band.

Also, fun food eating contests – one hosted by Papa Ed’s Ice Cream and prize giveaways! Get ready for an exciting and colorful day of music and dance!

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About West Valley Island Cultural Festival
The West Valley Island Cultural Festival is a multi-cultural festival that is held every year in the fall. The entertainment includes beginners, amateurs, and professional performers; giving all the chance for performance opportunities. It is an indoor festival and other activities may take place outside. The festival’s mission is to promote the education and performances of music and dances of the world. The festival’s charitable partner is the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses that would like to connect their brand to the festival. For more information on sponsorship packages, please email sponsors@wvislandculturalfest.com.

For general inquiries contact: info@wvislandculturalfest.com, 623-255-8491, Kumu Kalena.

Date:

Oct 27, 2018

Location:

Windmill Suites Hotel - Surprise
12545 W Bell Rd
Surprise, AZ 85378

Hours:

Noon - 8 pm

Price:

(Pre-sale/Online): $25.00 per person, $15.00 for 13-19 years, and $10.00 for 4-12 year olds

At the door: $30.00/$20.00/$15.00, 3 years and under free

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