We had a wonderful evening with the group The band was incredible, the entertainment amazing The group was awesomely friendly BUT they were 30 minutes late It all worked out in the end without any hassles, but it really was not too professional
Muli cultural shows Hawaiian luaua and more Caribbean fire dancers Africa, Asian,India, Native American ,Hip hop, Salsa, and more!
FIRE DANCERS FIRE DANCERS DRUMMERS KAEEPA !! Tropical and DJs and Live drummers show , World beat Drum troupe and Island Steel Band and NOW featuring the "indigenous bone savages " drum ensemble Asian pacific festival chines lion dancers
Multi-cultural performing arts company Holiday party performers dancing Santa and Xmas friends Mele kalii maka Christmas dancers by Santa clause s
WE are your next Theme party adventure!!!
Caribbean Show of Colors
Featuring authentic Caribbean entertainment from the islands of Cuba, Trinidad and Jamaica to the coastal shores of Brazil. We bring you the dances of the hot island tropics. Spot them by their movements as the drums roll out their passions. These dancers shake and shimmer with the haunting rhythms of the drummers. They give life to the fast hip shaking movements in this fantastic show of colors.
This show is 45 minutes to 1 hour long. Live drums, reggae band, pre-recorded music available.
Island games and activities provided are as follows:
Hula Hoop Contest
Sumo Wrestling (includes referee and fat sumo wrestling suits)
Arts and Crafts Table, Hands-On
Other theme party packages available upon request:
Way Back Party
Dance Productions of the 1970's, Disco Era
Psychedelic, The Year of the Aquarius (Let the Sun Shine)
1950's and 1920's Parties
Arabian Knights: Taking You to Old Morocco: Belly Dancers and Drummers
Festival of Africa: Drums of Passion
Legends of Indonesia: Story of Rhangda
Asian Festival of China
Please contact Keito St.James for more information.
Please contact us for more information.
The Keito Academy of Ethno-Cultural Performing Arts (KAEPA) is a truly unique community of people from very diverse backgrounds who have come together with the goal of sharing the rich cultural heritage of ethnic peoples from all over the world.
Our goal is to provide a safe community environment where children and young adult can learn about and participate in multi-cultural activities .
During the summer of 2002 we received our official non-profit status as a 501? (3) organization. We are based in Austin with satellite classes in Killeen and San Antonio.and now the world!!!!!
Our mission is to educate the community on indigenous cultures by creating colorful and memorable venues of authentic performing arts presentations; to preserve ancient traditions and dances as well as promote the development of contemporary styles in the performing arts; to encourage greater appreciation of the ethnic culture through dance, heritage, language, music, storytelling and art; to create employment opportunities for young people in the performing arts; to demonstrate to young people how to become positive role models for others by giving them a new realized self-confidence and a better self-identity; and to give new options toward survival in a diverse world as opposed to the use of drugs and alcohol.
You are invited to join our association as (Hoaloha no Ka'epa )Friends of the Halau. Your (Kokua) donations make it possible for us to bring our multicultural programs to the community so that all interested children can take part in our activities regardless of their economic status. Your sponsorship helps us to promote family cultural events like Ho'o lau lea that include performing traditional dances and teaching world music and it?s history. It also supports the making of our costumes, props and instruments. Your (Kokua) donation is tax deductible and every dollar goes directly to supporting our mission.