Join us on Sept 3, 4, and 6th at Electric Park in Thanksgiving Point Lehi and experience Utah's number one celebration of Polynesian heritage! A celebration of culture, food, health, education, fun and more!
Thanksgiving Point is one of the top attractions in Utah, whose mission is to draw upon the natural to cultivate transformative family learning. Like Thanksgiving Point, Polynesians value their Ohana (family) and education. It is our goal to continue to work side-by-side with the community and align ourselves with Thanksgiving Point to continue perpetuating culture and education
Come prepared to enjoy a weekend of fun. Here you will get to taste famous Polynesian dishes, feel the excitement of the fire exhibition and dance competitions, participate in hula and ukulele lessons, be entertained by both local Polynesian and International dance groups (promoting inclusivity), or simply enjoy the evening concert provided by our local and our Polynesian celebrities like Josh Tatofi, Ms. B Royal (the newest addition to our entertainment!) You will not want to miss out!
Polynesian Days Utah is held at Thanksgiving Point - Electric Park
3003 North Thanksgiving Way
Lehi, UT 84043
$1 Entrance fee will be charged and part of the proceeds will go towards a non-profit organization of our choice. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KOKUA.
Please use East Entrance to enter.
FREE Parking available on the East side.
Interested in VOLUNTEERING please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome any questions, suggestions or concerns you may have. Please allow for our team to get back to you!
Electric Park at Thanksgiving Point, 3003 N Thanksgiving Way, Lehi, Utah 84043, United States
Every year it gets better and better! For those of us who can't often make trips to Hawaii we see this opportunity as a way to experience Hawaii from afar. We love learning about the culture and the people.
I love that venue. I love that we can come and enjoy some entertainment, good food, good company, and then venture off to other activities that Polynesian Days and Thanksgiving Point offer. Lots of space to bring your own lawn chairs or a mat and sit under the shade. Bathrooms are always clean, security 24/7, and the staff members from the information desk to the janitors are always helpful.
I have had booths at many many Polynesian events over the years. For me, Polynesian Days Utah is one of my most favorite to sell my arts and crafts. I love the vast space, the entertainment, but most of all educating others about our culture. This event is truly about sharing and educating!