The luau is presented by Polynesian Fire, a professional team performing the authentic dances of the Pacific Islands, who are best known for jaw-dropping award-winning Samoan Fire Knife Dancers, the Lavata’i Brothers.

They have competed and performed in Samoa, Japan, Hawaii and throughout the United States, Polynesian Fire’s Hawaiian Luau Dinner Show brings a unique, cultural experience that deliver beautiful hula dancing, jaw-dropping fire spinning and a friendly environment that is sure to be fun for the entire family!

Traditional Hula is an art of storytelling that originated from a series of only six moves. Dancers create a wide range of interpretations and use the basic moves to create an enchanting performance.

Ancient Hula dancing originated as a ritual dance performed for the Hawaiian Volcano goddess, Pele. Pele’s sister, Hi’iaka originally performed the Hula dance for Pele. In modern Hula, The Hawaiian goddess Laka is the keeper of the dance and was honored with prayers, offerings and leis given by the dancers. After the ritual, dancers placed their leis on the altar of Laka as an offering of flowers to the goddess.

Ailao Afi, Fire Knife Dancing, is a display of a Samoan warrior’s courage as they spin, throw and catch a warrior club.

Be sure to arrive hungry because this amazing show comes with a buffet dinner featuring island favorites like Teriyaki Chicken, Kalua Pork, Hawaiian Pizza and more.

Bus Trips from The Villages

Polynesian Fire’s Luau & Dinner Show
4:45pm – 11:00pm

Call Us to Book Your Trip!


(352) 753-0736

Trip Details

​​​Pick Up Location: Hope Lutheran Church
​On the corner of 466 & Morse Blvd.
250 Avenida Los Angelos 
The Villages, FL 32162
(Please Park On the Side Closest to Morse)


Price: $92 Per Person - Bus driver tip not included


Details -

  • Bus departs 4:45 pm - returns 11:00pm
  • ​Trip includes round-trip transportation, buffet dinner & beverage and Fire Show
  • Alcoholic beverages additional