Book us for your next event!
Sharing the captivating Polynesian culture to the Pacfic Northwest is our #1 goal, so let us bring a bit of Polynesia to you! Our fast-moving hips, graceful hands, and rhythmic drum beats are sure to liven up any event big or small.
Are you throwing a lu'au themed party or graduation? Or maybe you need Polynesian dancers for your wedding to send you off to your Hawaiian honeymoon?
No party is too small to make it feel like you're in paradise!
Festivals and Events
Corporate parties, school functions, and annual celebrations are brought to life with authentic dances of Tahiti, Hawaii, Samoa, and New Zealand.
Festivals in the streets, on floats, or in parks? Let us bring our entire troupe to your event.
Does your dance company want to try their hips out to Polynesia's most physically demanding dance styles? Maybe you have a favorite island song you've always wanted to learn or maybe you and your friends want to learn a new dance style for a day without the commitment of a monthly class to attend? We can work something out. ;)
"It was a night of great food and drink, wonderful company, awesome items and classroom art to bid on, and the most incredible entertainment! The delightful Teva Oriata Polynesian Dance Troupe were the highlight of the evening. You were fabulous! Thanks for a great night!"
- Creston School PTA
"Angie and her beautiful dancers preformed an event for my company. Angie was very easy to work with and the show was amazing! Couldnt have run smoother. Can't wait to do it again."
- Farmington Square
"Can't thank you enough for coming over to perform at my brothers wedding in Eugene. It was so awesome and I definitely recommend this show, if your having an event in Oregon or the surrounding area, look up these guys they're amazing. Thank you again so much."
"We really wanted to thank you for the amazing performance the girls did on our wedding. Everybody loved it!! I want to specially thank you for the classes, your patience and for always being soooo kind :) I'm glad you suggested me to do the hula!"