Having just been out a week Living Legends has already performed five concerts, devotionals and school assemblies in Montana and British Columbia. British Columbia boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Living Legends experienced some of it as they traveled between Cranbrook and Penticton, with a stop at Glacier National Park in Canada.
I have never seen a group of young kids sit so still for that long of time and be so engaged as the Living Legends performers danced and shared their talents through music and dance.
The first outreach in Penticton was for local students from nearby schools. The youth were able to watch and experience cultural dances similar to their bands and tribes. An audience member said, “I have never seen a group of young kids sit so still for that long of time and be so engaged as the Living Legends performers danced and shared their talents through music and dance.” Living Legends member Joel Fonoimoana said, “Moments like these are very educational and uplifting, especially to the younger generations as they begin to embark on their own path and continue on their journey through life.”
This week includes concerts and assembly programs in Merritt, Kamloops, Prince George, and Prince Rupert. On Saturday the group will take their 40 foot truck and five tons of sound equipment, props, and costumes and get on the ferry at Prince Rupert, departing for Ketchikan, Alaska. They will finish the week with concerts in Ketchikan.