Video: Kapa Haka

The term Kapa haka (kapa meaning ‘group and haka refers to a Māori dance) is commonly known in Aotearoa as ‘Maori Performing Arts’ or the ‘cultural dance’ of Maori people. Kapa haka is an avenue for Maori people to express their heritage and cultural identity through song and dance. (WIKI)


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  1. The Adventures of Twins says:

    Loved the video! Do you know when is the dance usually performed?
    – Jo

    1. jyhedgehog says:

      Usually at special functions and before the start of a rugby match. But, becoz it’s so popularised now.You can basically hire them to perform.

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