Hawaiian Island vibes permeate Thunder Junction during first-ever Hulapalooza, May 25


May 21, 2024

ST. GEORGE — Hawaiian island vibes come to St. George during the first-ever Hulapalooza, at Thunder Junction All Abilities Park, May 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This family centered event will feature a performance from Siva Pasefika, a train ride, frozen treat, craft, photo opportunities, lawn games and water fun.

“The Thunder Junction staff has been working hard to think of fun new events to bring to Thunder Junction, as our other events at the park have been so popular,” said Sara Roundy, Recreation Supervisor for the City of St. George. “We are so excited to be bringing more family centered fun to the St. George community and can’t wait to kick off the summer in style.”

Siva Pasefika was created in 2006, sharing Oceanic Mana and Aloha of Polynesia through dance and song. Their perspectives of a rich culture takes Siva Pasefika to higher heights, renown stages with opportunities and experiences that allow them to showcase their love and passion.

Tickets cost $10 per person. Children 12 months and younger are free. Similar events at Thunder Junction, such as North Pole Express and Spooktracular, have sold out in recent years.

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About the City of St. George

St. George is the largest city in Washington County and the fifth-largest city in Utah with more than 100,000 residents. In recent years, people from across the United States have been attracted to St. George’s world class healthcare, active lifestyle, access to university education and proximity to unrivaled recreation. Scenic beauty abounds throughout the city and region including Snow Canyon State Park, Quail Creek and Sand Hollow Reservoirs, and Zion National Park. With an average of about 300 days of sunshine per year, the community welcomes all to live, work, play and eat and experience the ‘Brighter Side’ in St. George, Utah.


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David Cordero

Communications and Marketing Director

City of St. George