Everything is highly organised - seats are sold in three categories and that gives priority on entry and table allocation. After that it is all pretty much the same - food, drinks etc.
The first half hour is more low key - arts and crafts, making head bands, watching the sun set, watching a roasted pig being taken from the cooking stones etc. Then a buffet dinner - all you can eat with pork, beef, fish, chicken etc and desserts. Two drinks as part of the entry ticket.
Then the show. Examples of dancing from different Polynesian countries, a little too much audience involvement (honeymooners, children, those married more than 50 years called to the stage and feted). The finale was fire dancing which was very spectacular. The MC was very smooth but asked too often "is everyone having a good time?".
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