Faiva 'O Polinisia

1880 S. Grant St., San Mateo , CA
+1 650.533.1247
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Welcome to the home of FAIVA 'O POLINISIA PRODUCTIONS, the premier provider of Polynesian entertainment for corporate events, private parties, convention shows, festivals, luaus and other special occasions.

FAIVA 'O POLINISIA PRODUCTIONS offers to share our Polynesian Culture with you—crafts, language, perspective, and Polynesian dancing from the south pacific islands of Tonga, Samoa, New Zealand, Hawaii, Tahiti and Fiji.  Join us as we entertain, educate, and inspire. Learn more about Faiva 'o Polinisia. 

Our Polynesian show adds both theatrical elements and audience interaction to make our performance one that you will remember for a lifetime. Enjoy island entertainment such as Hawaiian luaus, hula dancers, fire knife dancers and dance classes.

FAIVA 'O POLINISIA is based in San Mateo, CA but have entertained audiences across the world. We are able to travel to your event or location to give a taste of the mystique, excitement, and island romance that is Polynesia.

Mission Statement: 


1.  Faiva 'O Polinsia is all about sharing and giving back our

"Polynesian Spirit" to our Community. Our Polynesian

Spirit "Family is Forever & No One Gets Left Behind."


2.  Faiva 'O Polinisia is to promote economic, social, and

cultural development of the Pacific Island communities. 


3.  Faiva 'O Polinisia aims to provide youth activates, develop              programs to educate and help the Pacific Island People and             other minorities to become self-sufficient and to bridge the             Pacific Island generation gap between the older and younger           generations and between, Pacific Island communities and the         mainstream society.



4.  Faiva 'O Polinisia seeks to preserve the Pacific Island identity,        including their history, culture, customs, language and writing;       and researches the Pacific Island heritage and history.


5.  To spread the "Polynesian Spirit" and the Polynesian culture           through dance by performing in the community.