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Te Vaka’s Sounds of Polynesia Coming to Harlow’s

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On Sunday, August 15, SBL Entertainment presents Warm Earth Records internationally acclaimed recording artists Te Vaka at Harlow’s located at 2708 J Street, in Sacramento. Te Vaka is an amazing group of twelve musicians and dancers from Tokelau, Tuvalu, Samoa, Cook Islands, and New Zealand. The band performs music inspired by the sounds of the South Pacific.

Branded South Pacific Fusion, their music blends the sounds of Polynesia and brings contemporary flavor to traditional island music in a selflessly dynamic expression of love under the leadership of vocal wordsmith Opetaia Foa’i.

Te Vaka was recently named “Best Pacific Group” at the 2010 S3
Pacific Music Awards
.  They also won an award for Recognition and Promotion of Pacific Language.

The Sunday show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets cost $20 per person online through the Harlow’s online ticket portal, and can also be purchased at the door. Seating is limited.

For more information, to sample sounds and to see tour dates, explore the Te Vaka website, the Harlow’s website, the SBL Entertainment Facebook page, or call Harlow’s at 916-441-4693.


Note: All images are the copyrighted property of Te Vaka, Spirit of Play Productions, and/or Warm Earth Records.

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