It’s time to get into the spirit of “aloha” with the City of St. Augustine Beach and the St. Johns Cultural Council during their Full Moon Luau event this Saturday.
This “evening in paradise” will feature a performance with Prince Pele and his Polynesians who will take guests on an imaginary trip throughout the South Pacific as they perform in colorful costumes, traditional songs and dances.
According to the City of St. Augustine Beach, this will be one of Prince Pele’s Polynesian Revue’s performances as they will be retiring soon after over 50 years of performing.
The audience will also be able to learn “how to hula” from the island of Hawaii, “swing the poil balls” from New Zealand and “gather the tropical fruits” from Tahiti.
Last but not least, guests can also walk through the Market to enjoy some tasty treats and check out local artists’ booths.
The event is free and the public is encouraged to bring chairs and an umbrella to the event.
Date: Saturday, Oct. 28
Where: Pier Park Pavilion, 250 AIA Beach Boulevard in St. Augustine Beach
Time: Market opens at 4:30 p.m. Show starts at 7:30 p.m.