The Siva Tour from Samoa

The Siva Tour Group from Don Bosco Technical College in Alafua Samoa, 45 talented students and 8 staff, is visiting a number of Salesian places in Australia next week to entertain with their traditional dances and singing.

The boys from this college are renowned throughout Samoa for their singing and dancing. They normally perform for the official and state functions of the Samoan Government.

The will be visiting Salesian schools and parishes, and will also hold some public performances.

All members of the Salesian family and friends are invited to come along and support them in their tour.

They will be in Engadine from 19-21 August, Port Pirie in SA on 24th August, 26th in Gawler, 27-28 in Sunbury Victoria, 30th in Chadstone, 31st in Ferntree Gully, 2nd September in Bairnsdale, 4th September in Glenorchy Tasmania, and 7th September at St. Thomas Moore in Toowoomba.

Please contact a nearest Salesian place for more information.

 

3 comments

  1. Judith Byrne Reply

    Malo lava, the Bairnsdale concert last night was amazing. I am sorry about the weather though, hope you didn’t suffer too much.You are all an inspiration.Having first visited Samoa in 1984 and later working there, it was the best ‘fia fia’ l have seen.The quality of each act was terrific.I loved the contemporary style created by Allan Alo and the acting was heart felt.I admire the energy and the amount of work put in, with those humid conditions. My 95 year old mother with memory loss, happily joined in the action song.Please pass on a big fa’afetai lava to the boys and staff who pulled it all together.How proud you should be putting Samoa ‘ on the map’ in such a positive way!

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