Te Manahua Maori Cultural Arts Competition returns to Polynesian Cultural Center

Honolulu (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Te Manahua Maori Cultural Arts Competition is returning to the Polynesian Cultural Center in a big way, August 2 to 4. For over a decade this festival has perpetuated the native culture of Aotearoa (New Zealand) with competitors arriving from as far as London and New Zealand. Seamus Fitzgerald,P.C.C.'s Aotearoa Village Manger says this year, Te Manahua has been extended to three nights and will once again feature local and international competitors. The three nights of festivities begin on Thursday, August 2 with the Haka Hard and Poi-e competitions. There will even be a concert featuring Maori Musicians Maisey Rika & Ria Hall Friday. Click here for more information.