They don’t buck dance, but these Polynesian performers will be twirling fire and doing the South Pacific steps at
Boogie on the Beach, August 27.
Imagine the sounds of Southern Pacific drums, the scent of coconut oil radiating through the mountains of North Georgia as though it was transplanted by the Big Kahuna himself.
Now, savor the scent of a Caribbean Bar-B-Q and seaside delicacies such as shrimp kabobs, macadamia treats and other tongue teasers calling your name through a tribal conk shell. Boogie Rivers, 522 River St., Ellijay, is presenting “Boogie on the Beach” as its first of a series of onsite productions August 27.
“Come witness the extreme beauty and finesse of the Polynesian Dance Review and boogie on our dance floor or sandy beach to the Reggae rhythm of the Natti Love Joys,” stated organizer Chipa Wolf. “Marvel at the athletic prowess and dramatic energy of a real Samoan Fire Dancer.”
Guests are invited to join in our hula dance, limbo and hula hoop contests for some pretty cool Boogie prizes.
All of this, plus a full beach blanket buffet featuring your island favorites under the shady grove of river birches and majestic oaks on the beautiful Cartecay River. Boogie Rivers has been working on their site only moments from downtown Ellijay all summer, creating stages and leaving plenty of natural plants to highlight the river setting.
The cost for the special evening on August 27 is $12 at the gate for general admission and $22 for show and full Beach Blanket Buffet - RSVP requested.
For more information and to RSVP - 706-635-TUBE: www. boogierivers.com. See ad in this week’s paper.